From: Huffington Post
by David Shuster
The host of last week's presidential debate, the University of Denver, either doesn't understand how to support American workers or doesn't care.
The University's souvenir bag, given to all campus visitors, had a series of "Presidential Debate 2012" items that were "made in China." That's right. At the very site of one of the most important and symbolic political events this year -- the host campus gave U.S. textile and manufacturing workers the shaft. The baseball cap sporting a mountain/university logo and the words "Presidential Debate 2012 -- University of Denver" has a label inside that says "Made in China." The water bottle featuring that same University/debate logo also says "Made in China." The reporter's notebook doesn't say where it was produced but features the debate logo and a quote from Benjamin Franklin that says, "Where liberty dwells, there is my country" [read entire article].