This guy who sings the Ganham style said awful things about America and now he will fix it with a simple sorry, and then the president welcome the guy in the white house the least America should have done is ban this guy music in the United States. What do you think?
We say bad things about other countries all the time. Then we go visit those countries without any problems.
I've said bad things about [country name here] and then travelled to that country (really!)
Why should it not be the same here? We're not a communist country where they look at blog posts, the news and then if you said something 10 years ago ban you from entering the country.
This is the United States, not China!
oops!!! (there goes my trip to China next year).
It happened years ago and during a very emotional time ... should a man be persecuted for life for speaking out against an injustice, or does "freedom of speech" only exist for Americans? A huge double standard there. You're basically saying that Americans can say things about another country at will, but God forbid if someone in another country should say something against the USA.
The United States pride themselves being a free country with freedom of speech so why shouldn't someone be welcomed even if they say something negative about the US? What you are describing is a totalitarianism, communist, tyrannical or some other sort of arbitrary ruled government.
Exactly what Colleen said. I don't hold it against Psy for saying those things a very long time ago. He had every right to say those things and I don't blame him.