China Rants Against US, Clinton for ‘Double Standards’ on ‘Cyber Freedom’

January 25, 2010


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2 Responses to “China Rants Against US, Clinton for ‘Double Standards’ on ‘Cyber Freedom’”

  1. The United States News | ... BreakingtheNewsBarrier.com ... on January 25th, 2010 10:33 pm

    [...] will not back away from Internet freedom push AFP China Rants Against US, Clinton for ‘Double Standards’ on ‘Cyber Freedom’ ChattahBox TransWorldNews (press release) all 5,855 news [...]

  2. Rosie on January 26th, 2010 5:34 pm

    Hillary Clinton couldn’t even track her own husband, and she’s purporting to dictate to the world how to live and what to do? HAHAHAHAHAHA! Get real. She has the *balls* (literally) to stand up and pretend to fight Internet censorship when this post is being pulled off US and UK websites quicker than you can say “Monica Lewinski”?

    Do understand there are many American citizens that realize Clinton’s bizarre speech for what it is – a payback to Google, Microsoft and Yahoo for the large campaign contributions, pimping them out like a back alley hooker.

    Hillary Clinton hosted a Secretary of State dinner for Google not too long ago, spending tons of mental energy and taxpayers’ non-existent money on who’s allowed to see what, where and when online, when we’ve got a neighboring Nation experiencing the worst natural disaster in history shows the true colors of our current US leaders and what they are focusing on. No respect for the people and lives lost in Haiti, to stand up in the middle of it all with the “Clinton Doctrine” in the middle of that nightmare. God help us all.

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