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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - James Mcgregor
First, videos of rude foreigners went viral in Chinese cyberspace.
iPotato, isock, icouch, istove, i-you-name-it. An Internet search for "i" words from A to Z will turn up just about any combination you might think up, from all over the world, only a handful of them related to Apple Inc.
"So, I think they genuinely worry about foreigners agitating because they always turn to 'It must be the foreigners' fault' when things go wrong," said Mr. McGregor, a former chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China.
"China needs to be connected to the world, and foreigners have had goodwill towards China. Why would you want to squander that? It's very short-sighted and could be quite damaging," he said.