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We've got 35,000 guys in harm's way, acting as a trip wire, to ensure further American involvement in the horrible event of a North Korean attack.
Important historical fact: the Korean War, the "forgotten war," is not officially over. Chang explains why.
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My feeling is that it's not the UN or US politics that restricting our options, it's South Korea and Japan, who would most likey bear the brunt of a North Korean attack. My guess is they are hoping Kim Jong-il dies soon and that his son his a little better.
I agree, Patters, we should pull out. Doug Bandow has written intelligently on this. After all, South Korea's 600,000-man army is the sixth largest in the world. Their economy is many, many times larger. And their population is significantly larger, too.