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Letter: Omdahl underestimates the danger in doing business with China

Connor disagrees with Lloyd Omdahl's recent column calling China "nothing but a mischievous pussycat"

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".....China is nothing but a mischievous pussycat." writes Lloyd
Omdahl in his recent column " The 'red scare' is back ."

It reminds me of the 50's Looney Tunes cartoon with Tweety (the canary) and
Sylvester (the pussycat). Tweety's favorite line was "I tawt I taw a Puddy Tat," which if compared to current world conditions pretty well puts the U.S. in the position of being Tweety (the canary)!

I sure hope and pray that Omdahl is right in his assessment of Sylvester. Oops, I mean China!

Mike Connor lives in Devils Lake, N.D.

This letter does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Forum's editorial board nor Forum ownership.

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