Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Scapegoats

Aparently, it's better to be a scapegoat in the USA than a scapegoat in China.

3 comments:

Babs RN said...

Wow. Now there's a policy that would make politicians think twice about corruption...

Amy said...

Ain't America great!?

Amanda said...

DAYumm.

(Yes, that's it. That's the entire comment. I commented myself out on my own blog because I felt like a HUGE moron for proudly stating that I respond to comments and then RIGHT after that I took a blog break and let comments languish. Oish! I'm definitely glad I don't live in China -- I'd probably get life in prison for that.)