I don't get the free speech restriction arguments every time some controversial app is rejected by apple- if Apple rejects it, and you are so sure that your app is needed / wanted by everyone, release it as a jail-broken app and let it be downloaded there, or release it as standard mac shareware and sell it that way. The latest one I see is this holy picture app where you can put your face in a religious figure's face. It was rejected, and now the bitching is starting up. Apple is not limiting free speech- they are controlling quality. For anyone confused, free speech being limited occurs when a reporter is writing an editorial or a newspaper critical of Russia's government and in the process has an accident where a bullet enters his skull- Not when Apple decides some dumbass app is not up to par for mass market consumption.