I think that it is a powerfully essential question. The reality might be that the way the United States is indebted from an economic standpoint to China, the ability to be able to even choose which path to take might be moot at this point. I do believe that while there is an economic consideration to be taken into account, America loses some credibility around the world and in its own backyard when it does not speak out against the Chinese government and their approach to human rights. It seems that a tremendous loss of moral and political prestige happens when America criticizes other nations for its lax position of human rights, but says nothing to China, instead showing cup in hand. I am not sure an immediate repudiation of China is the answer, either, as that would spell disaster for where we are. Yet, I do believe that there needs to be something said in the face of material reality because so much of American foreign policy is contingent on holding some type of moral or political stature that clearly argues that violation of human rights is not something that we, as a nation, tolerate or accept in the international community.