I want you to think back on the relationship with the US and China. Do you think it's a good idea to buy everything from China? Because I think not because China will become the next Soviet Union. And how often do you buy stuff and when you look at it, it says 'Made in China'? Whatever happened to 'Made in USA'? It's OK if we get stuff from Japan, Taiwan or other 'First World' countries, but I think we should stop buying stuff from China just because their product is cheap.
How else would the video game 'Homefront' and the 'Red Dawn' remake have North Korea as the invaders instead of China? Because they wanted to appease the Chinese government in order to keep the products flowing or it'll be cut off permanently and Corporate America knows they can't survive without China or Iran or other Middle East nations (excluding Israel).
Don't get me wrong I like the Chinese culture since they do have pretty good tourist attractions not to mention good movies. (one of my favorite movie directors is John Woo and two actors are Chow Yun-Fat and Jackie Chan) But with tensions between the US and China isn't looking good these days and the future of China becoming the next superpower is inevitable.
Above all, we need to put a stop to Corporate America and focus on making America better.