It turns out that I'm not having Google's baby, after all. I don't see how they can reconcile their role in silencing free speech in China with their 'don't be evil' corporate mantra.
I like my friend Jason's take on it best: "I mean, how does Google fight this? Can they really say that the Chinese government locking up dissidents is okay? I know what they're thinking: 'it's like camp. Sleepaway camp.' C'mon. Maybe it's the fact they they just went public and the internet growth rate is 12% a year in China."