No that anyone asked me, but I agree with this guy:
A symbol like that, carried by young people who want to deliver a message of peace, should be allowed to pass.-Henri Serandour, head of the French Olympic Committee, after Paris's Olympic torch relay was disrupted Monday by Free Tibet demonstrations(via Time's Quotes of the Day)
I'm not what you could call "pro China" or anything, but the Olympic flame is not a symbol of China. I think it's a darned shame to put the thing out when it not only has nothing to do with any of China's questionable (to put it lightly) policies, it stands for ideals that might, in the long run, have something to do with fixing that situation.
The Olympics are, of course, focused on competition, but I have always loved all that "coming together" business. It's just so lovely and noble and stuff. Contrary-wise*, I understand wanting to boycott, or something along those lines, which would be more effective and less "random jerk with an agenda" than dousing the flame, ya know?
And that's my learned opinion on that.
*rehearsals for Looking Glass Land are getting to me...