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Nukes for South Korea not the answer

March 19, 2013

The insanity of North Korean government leaders seems to be growing with each long-range missile launch and nuclear weapons test....

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Mar-21-13 9:49 PM

JR: If we went to the prom together, MIT would have a conniption.

Best to cool it. What would the little woman think, too?

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Mar-21-13 2:23 PM

I'm not perfect, Sven ? Thanks for the enlightenment. I guess this means you won't be asking me to prom.

It will be a struggle, but I will find a way to get on with the rest of my life.

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Mar-21-13 12:07 PM

JR: I thought Mr. Rodman did a pretty good job on such short notice. Shuttle diplomacy is not easy and your tawdry criticism is unwarranted.

I think "The Worm" is in Rome now fixing the Catholic Church. I suppose you'll find something about that to carp about too.

No one's perfect. Not even you, JR.

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Mar-21-13 11:18 AM

Obama already pacified North Korea. He sent his basketbal buddy Dennis over there for a secret mission. He even got to cross-dress as a James Bond girl.

Now that's foreign policy we can all believe in.

Just leave George to painting his dogs.

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Mar-20-13 8:07 PM

Get the industrialised 'first eorld' nations to quit trading with China and watch their economy fall apart. Let's see how that works out for North Korea.

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Mar-20-13 12:51 PM

I do miss "W", like I miss the Republican debates.

And, I confess, I think Adam Sandler is a great actor too.

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Mar-20-13 11:56 AM

Sven: I'm start to pick up that you want "W" back...stop beating around the "bush", how do you really feel about him??

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Mar-19-13 6:20 PM

Jimmy Carter became a roving ambassador for all kinds of humanitarian projects in his post-presidential years. In fact, he was better at that than as president.

Hmmmmm. Let's think, who could we send over to North Korea that's totally expendable yet would scare the bejeezus out of those commies?

Why, of course, George W. Bush.

Calling Crawford, Texas. Calling Craw...

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Mar-19-13 11:49 AM

In ans. to yunosmart North Korea is protected by China. We would need China's permission to "kick their asses" That not likely to happen. No one was watching Iraq's back.

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Mar-19-13 2:51 AM

North Korea is developing Weapons of Mass Destruction? Why doesn't America go in there and kick their asses? It worked great for Iraq. In all seriousness, it would be bad for South Korea to have nukes, even if they are out allies.

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