发信人: rite (两边阿姨,中间IT), 信区: USANews
标 题: Re: 中国人的政治观点
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Fri Feb 22 14:04:28 2008)
I don't think there is anything wrong with Chinese's political standing.
Most Chinese consider economy as the most important issue, and they do
believe Clintons have the experience and ability to make economy better.
Another reason is just simple. Asians have more agreement on seniority: many
people still believe in first come first serve.
Iraqi war: many people were fooled by the CIA intelligence. If I were an
American, if I knew a war would cut Iraq's connection with Al-qaida, a war
would help bring peace to the middle east, a war would give America more oil
, I would absolutely support the war. And the war itself was sucessful, not
successful is the after-math operations. You tell me how many senators
voted against the war at that time?
Personally, issue of Iraqi war is about staying there forever or withdrawl.
The question ahould not be about the past but about the future.
Voting for placing Iran National guard to terrorist group is rediculous, I
agree with you. But its her power to do that. Again even you support someone
, it's not likely you will agree with his/her opinion on every issue. As
long as the disagreement is not critical, it's fine.
Many Chinese don't support Obama for the worries of his experience.
Experience wise, he has community services which is at lower level than
strategic thinking on a state- or country-wide; his legislative career,
especially senator time, has been mixed with so many absentee votings, and
even pushing buttons wrong.
In general, Chinese are hard-working and disdain those who don't want to
work and just wander on the street. Many people are afraid that a more
generous or wasteful welfare system could be brought, which is against
Chinese's value. Besides, Chinese is also a minority that don't owe to any
interest group except this country, so they will vote for anyone who they
believe is better for this country and Chinese Americans. There is something
called political correctness, but many people keep hard facts in their mind
As for the insparation, Obama may have it. Some Chinese like that, some
others see that as misfortune. Look back at Cultural revolution, when Lao
Mao had more insparation than anyone else. Many Chinese come to this country
in the belief that it has most advanced and equitable system. If the
systems are the best, you don't need to totally fix them.
lastly, politics would unavoidably bring differences. If you say supporting
Hillary is politically wrong while going for Obama with zeal is right, how
ridiculous is that? Don't forget there are still millions in this country
who are not Chinese and are standing with Hillary.
【 在 Rumsfeld (former Secretary of Defense) 的大作中提到: 】
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