Jejudo, South Korea
One, the agreement ten years ago wasn't a failure unless one counts as a failure any situation that eventually changes.
Two, neither side kept their part of the bargain.
Three, NK says that it will abandon nukes if we keep our side of the bargain.
Four, Bush doesn't want to talk.
Five, NK follows a predictable pattern and this latest round strikes me as much the same.
Six, most analysts of NK argue that isolation is what keeps the chubby, curly haired guy in power. Why not take a China approach. God knows what their doing now isn't working.
Seven, very few people in this country, SK, believe that NK will attack anytime soon. The question is, "why would they?"
Eight, according to reports, the NK people want a war following the logic, "Anything's gotta be better than this."
Nine, To advocate pulling out now shows no understanding of American strategic interests in the region. Furthermore, if one advocates pulling out, you probably don't understand American strategic interests in the Middle East either. Hint, there's a connection, guys!
Ten, nothing else to say right now. Just wanted 10 points.