Chinese upset with Greorge W. Bush’s speech at Olympics about freedom

What kind of reception will Bush get? Perhaps a steaming platter of dog or perhaps a horse penis, both delicacies in China.

In a speech highlighting America’s historic freedoms and challenges ahead  in Asia, President Bush had boldly pushed China to enact a free press, free assembly,  freedom of religion  and labor rights in China, and spoke out sharply against its imprisonment of its citizens, human rights advocates and religious leaders. He said he wasn’t trying to antagonize China, but called such reform the only path the U.S. rival can take to reach its full potential.

This  sets the stage for an interesting reception when he attends the opening ceremonies Friday evening and meets with Hu on Sunday after attending church.

No other U.S. president has been so blunt with the Chinese  in modern history.

What kind of reception will Bush get? Perhaps a steaming platter of dog or perhaps a horse penis and testicles,  delicacies in China.

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First photos of China and Cuba JOA deepwater drilling ship

Samsung of South Korea is turning out deepwater drilling ships. This is the straw that broke Obama’s back: The first photos of the offshore, deepwater drilling ship dipping into the same reservoirs the U.S. could be cultivating had it not been for the Democrat party that wants Americans to follow the Central European socialist model of $8 a gallon gas and long lines waiting for trains run by BIG BROTHER unionized employees.

Get ready for the backlash from the middleclass against the green/global warming propaganda.

Drudge Report will broadcast the photos this month. The Chinese/Cuban agreement is about to wake up the sleeping independents and Republicans.

All those millions of dollars wasted by Hillary and Obama, too bad they weren’t invested in offshore drilling rigs.

Meanwhile, millionaires are still being made in West Texas. Don’t believe it? Watch “Black Gold,” a new show on TruTV.com. It runs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. Eastern.

— Mick Gregory