Shade_of_Gray wrote:I tend to have something of a non-interventionist stance... I'd argue that if the Syrians want our help, they should petition to be annexed as another state. Then, if it passes, we protect them as our own citizens, from enemies foreign or domestic.
It might be argued that this is imperialism. That may be, but at least it's more honest about our intentions to make miniature United States out of other countries.
Skyfa11 wrote:does America really need to police the world?
Shade_of_Gray wrote:Skyfa11 wrote:does America really need to police the world?
Those who think so would usually argue something along the lines of "instability in the rest of the world represents a threat to America, so America must take preemptive action to neutralize or reduce the threat."
-Ninjex- wrote:I personally feel that our military should be a purely defensive military. One that will take actions only to defend their country if a "threat" is made towards us. This does not include what people would call another country blowing itself up.
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