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Chuck Martel Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 3:44 PM
The older generation in South Korea remembers and appreciates what the U.S. did for them. The younger generation hates Americans and the American military stationed there to protect them from the savages in North Korea. I say remove all American troops from South Korea and let the chips fall where they may. If South Korea gets pummeled by North Korea, so be it. Maybe then they'll learn some appreciation.
Bigdogoffthechain11 Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 3:49 PM
we cannot allow our most trusted ally and trading partner in the region to fall into communist hands. The younger generations in Korea feel the way they do as they have been lied to by leftists/communists in their education system into believeing that reunification of the two Koreas is being blocked by the US, and that reunification is a good thing. Nothing could be more untrue.

I can't quite bring myself to care all that much about this story, but it's instructive nonetheless.  Just to get you caught up: "Psy" is a South Korean musical artist whose quirky hit, "Gangnam Style" went mega-viral over the summer.  Catchy beat, instantly recognizable horse dance,  pudgy foreign star, etc.  When Psy was invited to gallop around on stage at this weekend's "Christmas in Washington" concert, some critics dug up lyrics from one of his previous diddies.  Far from singing about "sexy ladies," Psy used his "art" to call for the murder of US troops, whose presence at...