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It's OK when the Chinese do it?

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Submitted by Jeff (United States), Mar 28, 2012 at 15:19

For many years, the USA went around making friends instead of war, buying up the resources of its friends (like 5 dollar barrels of oil for 100+ dollars per barrel). This was generally known as "propping up dictators."

So, if the USA does it, it's bad, and if China does it, it's good. I think I've got it.

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