Sunday, October 4, 2015

Who said it? (UPDATED with answer)

Who said this?

Who said it? (UPDATED with answer)


"To borrow a phrase used in Clinton and Obama's campaigns, maybe one can describe the feelings that voters might encounter: Everyone imagine for a moment the person who picks up the red phone at 3am in the morning in the White House -- if it's McCain, they will be at ease."

Hint: This one's better than usual. Answer to come in couple of hours.

UPDATE: Nobody got the right answer, but it was the house organ of the Chinese Communist Party, which seems to greatly prefer McCain over Obama.


Experts say China's leaders have traditionally preferred Republican presidents over Democratic ones, partly because they tend to focus less on rights issues.

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