I disagree. Our citizens were being held hostage by a crime family that happens to have millions of slaves at its disposal, which chooses to masquerade as a country. I reject the idea that North Korea is entitled to any sovereignty whatsoever, especially when it comes to American citizens.Originally Posted by Baralis
At any rate, it was Kim Jong-il's decision to release the prisoners, so I don't see how we infringed upon his so-called sovereignty anyway.
Last edited by Kandahar; 08-11-09 at 12:31 PM.
We should only send Jesse Jackson, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, or anyone else we'd rather not have come back.
A nation that holds our citizens hostage are engaging in an act of war, and what should be sent there is the United States Marine Corps, the Army, the Navy, and even the girls in the Air Force.
We should teach other countries that it's not a healthy habit to wage war on US citizens.
Last edited by Scarecrow Akhbar; 08-11-09 at 01:10 PM.
I have no problem with former presidents doing anything, AS LONG AS it is at the request of the sitting president. period