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Obama, Words Must Mean Something: What About N. Korea?

Nuclear Inspectors Booted Out of N. Korea

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  Just a day after the U.N. issues its condemnation of N. Korea’s missile launch N. Korea kicks out international nuclear inspectors.  Maybe the language used in the resolution wasn’t threatening enough.  Maybe they included one too few ‘reallys’ when they said “we, the United Nations, really really really really really really mean it this time—you better stop your nuclear… Read more »

A Conversation with Kim Jong Il. (A True Story)

Aide to Kim Jong Il:  “Most benevolent lordship, I have news to present to thee.” Kim Jong Il:  “Speak, citizen of mine.” Aide to Kim Jong Il:  “The United Nations has come to a decision concerning our missile launch.” Kim Jong Il:  “Send my female slaves back to their cages—the sensual massage will have to wait—this will require my direct… Read more »

The Obama Response to North Korea: 2 Wrongs Make A Right?

  Obama’s response to N. Korea is wrong in at least two ways: 01.  Instead of taking action with our allies, Obama awaits answers from the “international community” (whatever that is- you tell me; I beg you) and the U.N.  The U.N. is still unable to come to any decision (shocking?).  Indecision is the same as not acting at all- and this is… Read more »