Exports to China to Skyrocket

Posted on February 7, 2013 10:00 pm

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton launched an organization called the “100,000 Strong Foundation” which aims to have 100,000 American college students studying in China by 2014.

I can’t believe she’s doing this. Chinese professors don’t know nearly as much as American ones about the virtues of communism.

SEE ALSO: The People’s Cube [High Praise!] has another theory on why this program is being launched.

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6 Responses to “Exports to China to Skyrocket”

  1. jw says:

    i like it. send 100,000 gender study, ethnic study, poli-sci leftists to china as collateral. then default on the loan.

  2. Son of Bob says:

    Makes sense. That’s where the democrats have sent all the jobs.

  3. Carpenter says:

    Yes and by the end of Hillary’s 2nd term she will have a NEW Army of Chinese trained COMMUNISTS to distribute in the Media, in the court system and in high offices all over AmeriKa.

    This country is doomed~

  4. CarolyntheMommy says:

    100,000 U.S. students studying in China? Boy are they going to be disappointed to find out that “History of American Idol”, “Using ‘i’ devices while driving”, and “Speaking in Text” aren’t programs of study.

  5. Vaktatunnen says:

    They want our wimmin!
    But seriously, it’s another manifestation of what they’re saying in our school district (in hushed tones): Learn Spanish and you’ll be able to talk to the help: Learn Chinese and you’ll be able to talk to the boss.

  6. FredKey says:

    Did Hillary specify that this program must send 100,000 “nubile female hetero students between sixteen and twenty years of age”? Because that’s the only way I can see the Chinese taking them as interest payments.

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