Nope. I wouldn't go, even if money were not an option. 1. I'd really rather see the Olympics from the comfort of my own home.2. I don't want to support the Chinese government. They are still communist. Still doing things that turn my stomach. I even try to avoid buying things made in China....but it's hard. So much is! And often its not clearly marked as such.Barbara
I would go. I would never pass up the oppertunity.Kellihttp://journals.aol.com/kamdghwmw/noonmom
HI Nat! I am so gald you're back! I've missed you. As for the Olympics- if it were somewhere else I would maybe want to go (if I ever had the money that is) But unless China stops persecuting Christians, I won't even watch this Olympics on TV. I agree with a few people who have suggested that the USA ought to boycott. Oh well- I don't think that will happen though. Thanks Nat- I'll e mail you again soon- just real busy! Love Carolyn
Nope -- not me. While China is treating its people so badly -- particularly in religious persecution and family fertility issues, I have no desire to go there or spend any money there. And with their disregard for safety in manufacured products, including pet food items -- I'd prefer not to buy anything Chinese.loving youkaryl
I went to the Sidney Olympics fantastic , although China would be a bit of a trek, but would love to visit the country one day.Yasmin
I would love to travel anywhere, but I didn't even go to the Olympics when it was in Atlanta, only 4 hours away, too crowded for me.Hi Nat, good to see your name on my screenMarti
so nice to see an entry from you. Miss you my dear.
I would go if I could. Phan
I wouldn't go to the Olympics, have no interest in it.Sugar
If you need a laugh.... when the next Summer Olympics happen... look at the big broad backs on the Chinese women's swim team... all blood-doped and everything.
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