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North Korean football team shamed in six-hour public inquiry over World Cup


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With some exceptions (as those you mentioned), I'm more keen on the idea(l) that the US govt. foreign policy should be neutral and, perhaps, isolationist. I mean, it's a Sysiphean task to spread democracy around the world. Hell, if the govt.'s new vision is to "right wrongs," then what better way than to do it here - among its own citizens and residents (include the illegals for the hell of it)? Anyway, I originally replied to phil's "not even the same ballpark." I thought my post was contextually well placed because it doesn't seem too far-fetched that the US govt. would support a crazy dictator, such as North Korea's Kim Jong-Il, considering the sorts of things we all know now to have transpired (and in some instances while the President, the cabinet, and Congress had the luxury of hindsight).

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