In the U.S. we are known for coming forward in support-will we do so again?
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/north-kor … 00122.html
Verbally taking a stance is one thing but will we enter into a more "active" role in the continuing split between North and South Korea?
Remember, if North Korea bombs (or even just attacks) South Korea, the US is obligated to defend South Korea. I'm sure someone else can pinpoint what exact thinger or another was signed. I'm not too good with politics and all, I just know we're obligated to defend them in the case of war between the North & South.
by pisean2823116 years ago
well just when i thought i am missing one liners of palin,she came up with one more...Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin did it again. Her latest gaffe: "But obviously we've gotta stand with our North...
by TMMason6 years ago
I heard this yesterday and today.http://www.kansascity.com/2010/07/23/21 … ponse.htmlDoes N.Korea really understand what will happen to them if they Nuke our Navy?And what do you think should be our response to a...
by snagerries6 years ago
I really don't understand why US is supporting and getting ready with S.K to go to war with the North.Let the Koreans fight their own war.Why send armies to kill and to be killed?If US can't broker peace. It should stop...
by fishskinfreak20087 years ago
North Korea was behind this...without a doubt
by Iontach3 years ago
Every day I refresh my "North Korea" search on Goolge news, but always the same ol' story. "North Korea threatens to attack bla bla bla...". I wonder will leader Kim Jong Un actually do carry out any...
by TheWorldNow6 months ago
Something that really bothers me is when people don't have respect for the Office of the President of the United States.It doesn't matter if you disagree with or hate the occupant of the Office, you still need to show...
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