"As long as I can remember"... it proves that it's not that new, but my memory probably only extends back 15 years or so :P
Ever since the World Wars, we have believed, for the most part, that isolationism is wrong. I still think that, but does anyone have some arguments for isolationism? You nice liberal people , do you think that it's just this instance and a few others ('Nam, esc) that are too far, and that entering in the World Wars, for example, was justified?
I always thought that we waited to long, especailly in WWII, to jump in. We only got involved when we really saw that the United States was threatened. Europe was in shambles and millions were being methodically killed, but we did nothing until it hurt us. I know the intel about the Holocaust, esc, may have been limited, but I think FDR knew, to some extent, what was happening. I always thought that was selfish, but are there arguments to the contrary?
Oh, make me Thine forever
And should I fainting be
Lord, let me never ever
Outlive my love for Thee