China’s War on Women — Will Obama Mention It?


On Thursday, June 6, 2013, Barack Obama will travel to California for two fundraisers, one in San Jose, and one in Los Angeles, but because he is also attending “an informal summit” with Chinese President President Xi Jinping on Friday, he’ll be traveling on our dime. It’s official business, Bitter Clinger, not that the One would expect you to understand that. Fortunately, your opinion doesn’t matter. His Highness Barack Obama’s job is to continue his perpetual campaign and celebrity party tour. Yours is to pay for it all.

I don’t mean to suggest that we don’t have a lot of bones to pick with the Chinese. In fact, there are so many, that it’s difficult to know where to start. There’s their currency manipulation, the decades-old problem of their theft of American intellectual property, the recent disclosures that hackers operating from China stole designs for more than two U.S. dozen weapon systems, and the persecution of Christians and practitioners of other non-state approved religions like Falun Gong. There’s their bratty little ward, North Korea’s Kim Jung Un, who needs to be brought to heel before his periodic tantrums actually start World War III.

Members of Congress like Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, and Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI) are pressing Barack Obama to read China the Riot Act over these cyber attacks and thefts of weapon systems, and I’m sure he’ll mention it. Well, actually, I’m not sure that he will. Seriously, this is Barack Obama, after all, not Ronald Reagan. Perhaps he could remind Mr. Xi that knocking off the cyber mischief would be one way he could show his appreciation for all that Iraqi oil that China is using to fuel its economic expansion, and eventual world domination.

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