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Rattling sabers, again

March 16, 2013

North Korea’s government this past week declared that the 1953 armistice that ended fighting in the Korean War has been canceled....

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Mar-16-13 8:18 AM

We will be over there protecting American business interest as soon as we get done getting the oil from the East. The Korean leader should be thankful we are not on his doorsteps yet.

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Mar-16-13 11:13 AM

H4C... hahaha that is the kind of humor I'm looking for!! Carry on!!

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Mar-16-13 11:31 AM

Good one Hope!!

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Mar-17-13 8:52 AM

hahaha Happy St Patricks Day!! good one H4C!!

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Mar-17-13 11:13 PM

Veritas It was your beloved Al Gore who wanted the recounts, but only in Democrat leaning counties which would have violated the XIV Amendment. The U.S. Supreme Court ruling forbid the manual recounts on the grounds that they could not be finished by the Nov 14th deadline, set by federal law, for state legislatures to choose electors. Or are federal election laws irrelevant to Democrats, except when the laws suit them. Had the Supreme Court not intervened, the election would have gone to the House of Representatives, the XII Amendment. When this occurs, each state has one vote for the winner of their state, Bush carried 30 states, while Gore carried only 20 states and the District of Columbia, who do you think would have won the election.

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Mar-17-13 11:26 PM


You think Mitt Romney should have been in N Korea instead of doing missionary work in France in 1965, twelve years after the Korean War ended.

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Mar-17-13 11:41 PM

By the unanimous adoption of resolution 1441(2002), the Council instructed the resumed inspections to begin within 45 days, and also decided it would convene immediately upon the receipt of any reports from inspection authorities that Iraq was interfering with their activities. It recalled, in that context, that the Council had repeatedly warned Iraq that it would face "serious consequences" as a result of continued violations. This means every country in the UN believed Iraq still had WMDs, after all, it was only four years earlier Suddam kicked the UN weapons inspectors out of the country.

Also news flash Pres Clinton believed Iraq still had WMDS. "If Saddam rejects peace and we have to use force, our purpose is clear. We want to seriously diminish the threat posed by Iraq's weapons of mass destruction program." President Clinton, Feb. 17, 1998

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Mar-18-13 1:57 PM

Yeah this is the same game as Iraq, use the media to get the American people scared and say we need to invade to save the day. Pretty ridiculous if we fall for it again so soon.

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Mar-18-13 10:30 PM

Keep rattling Iran and Korea, you are the greatest gift to our industrial/military complex that needs threats and wars to stay pofitable!

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