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Courtesy of the Red, White, & Blue.

C’mon rain!

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<– So have you seen this yet? The Empire State Building decided to celebrate the 60 year anniversary of China's commie regime by lighting up all purty ‘n red ‘n yelluh.

Seriously, who’s in charge of this? What on Earth is wrong with you!? 36 million Chinese starve to death (upwards of 72 million dead total), and you feel the need to celebrate this auspicious occasion by using the tallest building in New York City– and an iconic symbol of the world’s most awesome representative of freedom and capitalism– as a shiny happy beacon of commie goodness?

Smooth. Real smooth. So, I’m thinking we march. We get some of our greatest American heroes and have them lead a massive march to the Empire State Building. And when we get there, we drape American flags all over the outside of the building, and throw apple pies at whoever was responsible for this.

Is it possible to be tongue-in-cheek and serious at the same time? 🙂


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  1. Sarah Right
    October 1, 2009 at 2:59 pm

    China is an industrial power.

    America is beholden to China because China bought our debt.

    Stop living like you are and then complain about China being glorified in the USA.

    China is one up on the United States.

    • collinharvey
      October 1, 2009 at 3:14 pm

      All your base are belong to us.

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