Comments on: Downturn hits China’s manufacturing heartland Thu, 21 Jul 2016 07:57:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: jjmk4546 Wed, 11 Feb 2009 15:38:52 +0000 11 Feb 2009 RFL you seem to be correct. I’m NOT accusing
or alleging anything but merely asking reuters readers:-
1) do you think rising unemployment is good for members of congress and president etc? In that they will push for
more and larger stimulus packages and take under the table bribes thru lobbyist of the stimulus beneficiaries
amounting to ten percent or more, that will make them ten times billionaires overnight??
And the beneficiaries like banks etc will be glad too
because bulk of the remaning ninety percent is likely to be pocketed by banks’ management etc. Once the current
stimulu gets depleted, they will return for more only
to find that members of congress and president are
more than willing to oblige in return for bribes???

Does it seems that stimulus beneficiaries, banks etc have got the smell of whole thing??

By: RFL Tue, 20 Jan 2009 16:06:25 +0000 Good. I hope this puts an end to Red Chinese manufacturing dominance. Let the Chinese go back to growing rice. I don’t buy their cheap cr@p. End “Free Trade” and perhaps give US manufacturers a chance to recover somewhat; before the next Red Chinese manufacturing onslaught.