If Obama is elected, what might China do?

US presidential candidate Barack Obama is trying to use the economic nosedive as a campaign tool, and that means tough talk on China.

It's the economy, stupid was the phrase that helped Bill Clinton beat George Bush Snr in the 1992 election.

The expression coined by Clinton campaign strategist James Carville implied that Clinton was a better choice because Bush had not adequately addressed the economy. The trying economic times that we are seeing now, barely two months before the 2008 presidential election, may once again help a Democrat sweep into office.

In a CBS NewsNew York Times poll conducted among 1,133...

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