They aren't threatening shipping lanes or airspace. In fact, there was an American commercial flight in the vicinity at the same time as China was attempting
So should we give up our right to international shipping lanes and airspace in the South China Sea?
It might just be me, but I'd be willing to bet that there's pretty much nobody outside Muschamp's immediate family who think quite that highly of him.
When we've been attacked excepting some extreme circumstances. If the Chinese were building these islands in the Gulf of Mexico then I'd support more
Non interventionist doesn't mean you have to be a doormat.
When do you believe it's appropriate to use, or risk in this case, our military? A clear line of "Not until we've been attacked?"