> > > Not really. You made accusations against Americans. I pointed out that you did > > that. > > > > I gave you possible reasons why Americans might find themselves thinking they were > > victimised. One of them is that you're imagining it, the other were reasons why you > > deserve it. I'm not sure which is true, although your reaction is giving me some > > insight. > > > > > Because if they aren't, you're just saying you like to attack both Americans and > > > Koreans, when you previously claimed that people said these things about their > own > > > countries. > > > > I haven't said I like attacking people. If people deserve derision or criticism > then > > it doesn't matter what country they are from. > > > > > I'm just looking for the balance you said exists, > > > and you're the one that inserted > > > obscure American laws into a discussion of an ad that has no bearing on them. > > > > The ad was shown at the super bowl, the uniforms were at the super bowl. The ad was > > criticised for being anti-patriotic, using the flag on a uniform is illegal because > > it's anti-patriotic. The article was written by a US citizen. How is that not > > balanced? > > "And," not ";".