Conservatives Debate: Is Obama Soft, or Are We up to our Noses in Hock to China?

Note from PEEK guest editor Joshua H: If you missed it yesterday, check out Roy Edroso's related post -- the Right seems to be agitated over these protests against Tibet. This one is from Whiskey Fire, another of my regular reads. Thers, our host, serves up piping hot, wicked smaht snark almost daily.

Clash! Clash of the Morons!

Victor David "Thuycides Said Knock You Out!"Hanson, berating the Stupid Hippies for their naivete in believing the US of A can ever do anything to challenge Red China on human rights issues (from below):
Liberals, as are all Americans, are rightly angry over Tibet, but since a dictatorial communist China holds over $1 billion dollars in U.S.-government-backed bonds, it is unlikely that any street protesting will lead to much more than a few meaningless resolutions in Congress
Erick "Red State Uberwanker!"Erickson, in full-on squealing hissyfit, because Barack Obama said this (note - Firefox does not like that Political Radar site, for some reason):

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