Speechless about our apology to the Chinese for protecting the border

Clarice Feldman
Jay Nordlinger at NRO is struck almost speechless at an AP report about the Administration's Human Rights talks withChina;
We, the United States, have been having human-rights talks with China. Our side is apparently led by Michael Posner, an assistant secretary of state.
According to the AP, Posner indicated that among the things they discussed were Chinese issues about such problems in the U.S. as crime, poverty, homelessness and racial discrimination. Posner added, per the report, that U.S. officials raised on their own the issue of Arizona's immigration law which (according to the AP account) the U.S. team mischaracterized.

Nordlinger adds:

I hope I have read that incorrectly, or am interpreting it incorrectly. Did we, the United States, talking to a government that maintains a gulag, that denies people their basic rights, that in all probability harvests organs, apologize for the new immigration law in Arizona? Really, really?


Jay Nordlinger at NRO is struck almost speechless at an AP report about the Administration's Human Rights talks withChina;
We, the United States, have been having human-rights talks with China. Our side is apparently led by Michael Posner, an assistant secretary of state.

According to the AP, Posner indicated that among the things they discussed were Chinese issues about such problems in the U.S. as crime, poverty, homelessness and racial discrimination. Posner added, per the report, that U.S. officials raised on their own the issue of Arizona's immigration law which (according to the AP account) the U.S. team mischaracterized.

Nordlinger adds:

I hope I have read that incorrectly, or am interpreting it incorrectly. Did we, the United States, talking to a government that maintains a gulag, that denies people their basic rights, that in all probability harvests organs, apologize for the new immigration law in Arizona? Really, really?