The U-S needs to take a tougher approach to China. That, from the President's pick for the top trade position. In confirmation hearings this week, Rob Portman said he'd do a top-to-bottom review of trade complaints with China. We have a pretty good sense of where he might begin. Since January, imports of Chinese t-shirts, underwear and other textiles have risen more than 60%. The American textile industry blames the end of longstanding quotas. And now the Bush Administration's warning China it may impose emergency safeguard restrictions. But as Marketplace's Jocelyn Ford reports, the threats may be a little threadbare.