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Merry Christmas, America-Haters?

Buck O Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 12:50 PM
This is just one more reason to bring our troops home from South Korea. The South has a GDP about 50 times as big as the North, so I don't really think the South has much to fear from the North.
Michael160 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 2:33 PM
Those troops are not there to protect South Korea, they are there as part of America's containment policy against China. This is why the South Koreans are so resentful of the presence.
Robin192 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 2:43 PM
Well, great. Then they can protect themselves against China. Let's bring the troops home. They can spend their own money on protecting themselves. It's time.
Ken6565 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 3:41 PM
Michael,you idiot, how many South Koreans would like to live the way that people live in North Korea? Had America not intervened on their side, that's how they would be living. That one moronic entertainer hates America does not mean that Koreans generally hate America any more than Madonna or Sean Penn mean that Americans generally hate America.
Michael160 Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 5:32 PM

When TNT was preparing its annual special "Christmas in Washington" with the president of the United States, you'd think the last star musician they would consider to join the official caroling would be Psy, the South Korean rapper. What on Earth is Christmasy about this man's invisible-horse-riding dance to his dorky disco-rap hit "Gangnam Style"? It's not exactly the natural flip-side to "O Holy Night." But TNT couldn't resist this year's YouTube sensation.

This inane publicity stunt backfired when the website Mediaite reported on Dec. 7 that Psy (real name: Park Jae-sang) had participated in a 2002 protest in which...