Thursday, November 08, 2007

Is Anyone Starting to Think That China is a Problem?

For like a VARIETY reasons, but specifically, I'd like to know what we're going to do about this. And I specifically mean that problem, although children being exposed to GHB is problem enough. I want to know what we're going to do about the face that just about everything from China these days seems to be tainted. How many kids have to get sick?

I don't understand why there isn't more of a protest. Literally every morning on the news, there are toy recalls or child-related products that are recalled. You can't even keep up with all the recalls--they're on TV all the time, but no one seems to be doing anything proactive about it. Why isn't there more outrage?

It makes me mad.

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At 9:29 AM, Blogger Star said...

Because they are quickly becoming the new "superpower." We owe them more money than any countyry has every owed us in history. They are a communist country with a hideous amount of human rights violations and yet, because we "need" STUFF from them we continue to have relations with them. Interesting. Of course you can blow off these comments as the ravings of a leftist snob =)

At 9:40 AM, Blogger DJ Heavy D said...

Actually, I don't think your comments having anything to do with you being a leftist hippie-dippy. There are lots of countries with human rights violations that we deal with because you know what? They can pay them 10 cents an hour to make sweaters for Target. That should be Michael Moore's new documentary: how would the majority of Americans feel if they knew most of their clothes were made by people who are essentially enslaved?

But that's slightly off topic. I think the US is way too dependent on China and therefore is going to essentially turn a blind eye to all this bullshit.


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