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Sheryl WuDunn
has been a guest of The Colbert Report
and got nailed in the process
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Only four cents to get love long time.

Sheryl WuDunn is business section editor at the New York Times and author of the book China Wakes.

She's most famous for appearing on the Colbert Report's special report on China Apocalypse Mao, where she agreed with Dr. Stephen Colbert that frenemy is a good description for China.

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Great colgasm or greatest colgasm? Ms. WuDunn's "great wall" is no match for Dr. Colbert's great nail.

According to her Chinese "sweatshops" fill your entire dresser drawers with more clothing items than any other country. And at only four cents an hour! If that's not capitalism at its finest, I don't know what is!

Furthermore, entire cities in China are devoted to manufacturing just one item of clothing. They have great names like Sockcity, Tiecity, Shirtcity, and Buttoncity.

Fox News Fair & Balanced Liberal RantEdit

Stephen happens to think that working for four cents/hour at a factory is great if you were previously making two cents/hour. DeWunn responds that food and rent at the factory dormitory costs $200/month and filing a labor complaint costs you $100 and your job. Jeez, these liberals and their handouts!

She also doesn't mention all those accidents in Chinese mines. Mines don't make toys, clothes, or your bedroom dresser. They have nothing to do with the lack of regulation or lack of labor unions. Nothing at all.

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