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bmonk
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bmonk   10/18/2012 6:58:32 PM
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Reversed role maybe? Don't worry, when the time comes, we'll break down the fence, letting amingoes flood the border and ask China to borrow their play book.

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bmonk   10/18/2012 6:50:15 PM
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Your grammar is not much better !

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stentor   10/20/2010 4:12:30 AM
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wave.forest, probably a PRC paid 50 cent-er, makes the specious, off-the-cuff claim that Huawei and ZTE have better tech and given wave.forest's grammar that isn't surprising.. stupid little Han nationalist effyewseekay. A big part of the tech they have is undoubtedly thanks to said types working in the US and Europe sending stolen IP care packages back to China through their PRC contacts.

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MajesTEK   10/12/2010 7:14:01 PM
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Well put Mr. VincePG everyone is so caught up in short term goals that no one sees the real future.

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VincePG   10/12/2010 4:25:13 AM
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China is not our friend. They are the most fearsome competitor we've ever faced. We currently gain short term advantage from cheap goods manufactured in China and they are building an ultra modern consumer economy at our expense. They are investing in themselves and we are consuming their cheap products and not investing in ourselves. In the process they are bringing 3/4s of their people out of poverty and we are collapsing our middle class sending them into growing poverty. Currently, they are the number two economy growing at 10% per year vs our 2.5% growth. They are the number two military power growing at 10%. They have 3 times the number of people. They have decades long plans to be number one. We seem to be helping them attain their goal with weak enforcement on monetary policy and allowing trade barriers to our exports, while letting their products freely into our country. If we don’t invest in ourselves we won’t have anything China needs when they pass us in the next 10 years. We’ll be the cheap labor making crap for their children and be fighting each other to get those “good” jobs at the toy factory.

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phoenixdave   10/11/2010 8:40:08 PM
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Whoa, maybe I better be careful what I say on my HTC Droid???

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Joseph.Rotello   10/11/2010 8:29:56 PM
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In this instance, and most others remotely like it, NSA is not only justified in raising the red flag (no pun intended), they are to be commended for their operations and vigilance. Regardless of what India and others may do, AT&T should choose wiser and better.

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chair man   10/11/2010 9:57:37 AM
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one false move may lose the game .

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ChakC   10/11/2010 5:41:37 AM
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I think the Chinese Govt. also poses a very strict regulation when importing non-Chinese high-tech equipments, esp. from the US.

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Neo10   10/11/2010 3:17:54 AM
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When it's a govt order they have the say and it's not only economics government has to be worried about. And, pooh poohing by engineers won't make political issues vanish.

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