NationalistRE, we at Bipartisan Alliance are, obviously, not only defenders of the Constitution, but defenders of the armed forces. But Japanese views, pro and against US foreign policy are welcome in our blog, bipartisanalliace.com. In my humble opinion, there are not enough Japanese voices, and this is a pity. You have much to say about China, the Koreas, etc., and also about US policy.
If you feel better, the most controversial topics can be signed with an alias. If you are against the bases in Okinawa (http://www.japantoday.com/category/picture-of-the-day/view/anti-base-ad), maybe you can sign your writings as The Samurai Prince or Samurai Princess.
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Well, it is likely that a samurai cannot be a prince or princess, but for us Westerners that could be a good name. Or maybe The Warrior Prince? : - )
Anyway, please say what do you think of the most controversial issues, and find other Japanese people to say the same. You all can use aliases.
Jorge Mata Press Office Bipartisan Alliance, a Society for the Study and Defense of the US Constitution http://bipartisanalliance.com http://twitter.com/jorgemata
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