Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Another Permanent, Entangling Alliance

Proposed by none other than Paul D. Wolfowitz — In Korea, a Model for Iraq.

Looking back to 1953, the über-neocon argues "that stability on the Korean Peninsula was critical for the peace of an entire region." True enough, but America does not belong to (or in) said region. He says that "today South Korea is a remarkable economic success story." True enough, but is it a good thing for American workers that we have created an economic rival? He then says that "it a political success story as well." True enough, but are the internal affairs of other countries any of business?

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