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Both presidential candidates are trying to outdo each other on who is tougher against China. President Obama claims Mitt Romney outsourced American jobs to Chinese factories, while Mr. Romney argues that Mr. Obama hasn't done enough on China's cheating trade practices. Both miss the point: China and the United States need to work together to obtain stability and peace in the world. In short, the U.S. and China are married and must get along -- divorce is not an option.
For months now, we have listened to Democrats, from the president down to Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, repeat the lie that presidential contender Mitt Romney and other Republicans are waging a "war on women."