China Has 450,000,000 Internet Users

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    Our population is approximately 300,000,000.

    We are in debt 14,000,000,000,000 dollars.

    We owe over a trillion to China.

    China has high speed rail transportation.

    We use freight trains and Mack trucks to distribute Chinese products nationwide.

    We pay China billions in interest each year

    China is buying real estate and other interests in the U S each year.

    Do you see anything wrong with this scenario?
     
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    You voted for it. Don't fucking bitch about it now. Twit.
     
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    It's the Free Market in action...I don't see any problem.
     
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    I'm an internet marketer. China does have a HUGE internet user base and growing very rapidly. But just like the international trade deficits China has, it is very hard to monetize Chinese internet traffic from anywhere but within China. Chinese web masters can monetize western internet traffic, but from my experience, it is very hard to monetize Chinese web traffic from anywhere else besides China and from the Chinese search engine Baidu.com . Hell, Google can't even get in China without with out strong censorship. Despite Google's amazing unparalleled search algorithm. Internet advertising is the future of advertising. Within 10 years almost everything we consume, buy , watch, learn, pay for, search for and on and on will be via the internet due to the advancements in mobile internet technology. Eventually Baidu.com will replace Google as the # 1 ranked site on the net, (Baidu.com is currently ranked #5 Globaly and #1 in China).
     
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    Conveniently vague in your attack. Have YOU voted for it as well?
     
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    OMGorsh... we certainly have a ways to go and a whole lot to learn as a nation. It isn't going to happen if we distractedly battle among ourselves with each other over who voted for what and when.
     
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    Clearly, the OP is hysterical
     
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    We owe $1 trillion to China!!!!

    So?

    That's fucking peanuts!

    Obama spends that much in 3 months!
     
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    Why don't you move to China?

    There are plenty of ghost cities that need people to live in them

    China's ghost towns: New satellite pictures show massive skyscraper cities which are STILL completely empty | Mail Online

    See if you like being a so called internet user in China where every key stroke is monitored and you only get to view government approved content.
     

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