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Many people think the US will really get involved with Taivvan, or somehow try to influence what is going on.|
But let me tell you something. The is a much bigger issue on the table. The US is at a very low time an quite surely does not want to play in China's back yard.
The 9-11incident injured and devastated the local culture of New York and America and the world, killing people from over 80 countries, including Americans. The attack on Afghanistan as a reponse was necessary to shake up Al Queda..
The war on Iraq was not necessary and just plain stupid, and probably just a favor for Bush's aging father, the former president. This ingnorant act has made it impossible for Americans to travel safely to many Eastern countries, and will remain dangerous for decades to come.
This week, the American body count went over 1,000 for the military and the Americans do not like this. As a democracy, the American public has a say so about the presidents actions.
You may say the Americans are warmongers, but we are not. We hate the idea of war the same as you. The US military offers many benefits, so our young people readily join...but we don't join with an eagerness to do battle.
There is simply no way that Bush can get support to involve the country with another conflict. We can not stand it. Congress, the voice of the people, we not approve it. As it stands now I can't even imagine that Bush or any Republican, can hold office for another term.
We all need a break from the madness. If China pounced on TW today, the most we would do is send in some journalist and make some pleading phonecalls on the hotline to Beijing.