I’d ask “what on earth is she thinking” with her poking China, but at this point in her storied diplomatic career I’ll make no such attempt. I've read her"It Takes A Village", and believe you me critical thinking is not her strong (pants)suit. There must be a deeper problem, though.
Keeping in mind that she is a child of the 60s, it is high time we instituted a policy of drug testing Mrs. Clinton on a weekly basis, live and on TV, if not for her own health then for the security of our country. Fox TV will undoubtedly pay a pretty penny for the rights to"Mrs. Clinton Meets The Cup" and we, and the world, may be able to breathe a little easier.
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Haruka Yamazaki - 8/2/2010
This may a good idea for environment where all employe gather and work together. However, it is also costly to do it weekly. I have a simple question that who's gonna pay for it. I don't think most of company want to pay it. Even if they consider about drug-testing for their workplace is important, if they have limited budget, they would use it for something different stuff.
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