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Chinese state run media sings the praise of their boss.  What a surprise.

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Yeah he works hard, bless his little cotton socks

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Indeed, Xi and Like work hard for China. While the Westerner politicians spend their time  getting d ...

""Indeed, Xi and Like work hard for China. While the Westerner politicians spend their time  getting drunk and playing golf.""

That's not entirely true.
Sometimes western politicians take pictures of their weiners to send off to their girlfriends behind their wive's backs.
Some try to make gay hook-ups in airport bathrooms hoping their wives won't find out.
The list goes on and on. {:soso_e133:}
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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