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Ongoing nuclear threat

December 19, 2013

The position President Barack Obama’s administration is taking toward North Korea would be laughable if it did not involve a threat to world peace. U.S....

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Dec-20-13 8:28 AM

To certain libs, there's no such thing as a "nuclear threat."

To some of our allies, we look weak and unresolved. To some of our enemies, we look weak and unresolved.

But to libs, either way, it doesn't matter. Because talking is more important than action.

Except when it concerned healthcare legislation, right? The talking was important to sell it. Now as the ACA starts biting, then the talking was just a bit of misspeaking.

We voters/insurance policy holders/overburdened taxpayers were just too silly to know that "affordable" didn't really mean affordable.

The same thing applies with "nuclear threat" in that we voters/regular people/non-diplomatic types are too silly to understand all the nuances of the administration's foreign policy. It's what being said that matters, not what any foreign power is doing.

Yeah right

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Dec-20-13 8:25 AM

I see, more of NT4M's sunshine and light, that's all. Nothing new here. Move along.

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Dec-20-13 8:03 AM

NoTea4Me Dec-19-13 9:37 "Wow, the silence from the right is deafening. C'mon all you right wing bomb throwers, let's hear why 1 embassy attack is worse than 13"

Maybe the Soldiers that died over there managed to kill a few terrorists before they themselves were killed. Less terrorists less bombings right?

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Dec-19-13 10:07 PM

you really need to get a real job dude. being a paid blogger is starting to dissolve your brain.

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Dec-19-13 7:40 PM

you mean his track record of foreign policy like Benghazi? Oh yea I'm sure that'll prove some things alright LOL

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Dec-19-13 3:18 PM

Now we have Jeb and Elli Mae Clampet in Wheeling, WV making our nations nuclear policy, how reassuring. I'll just bet all the employee's of the MDN get new shoes and banjos for Christmas.

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Dec-19-13 10:26 AM

Let me see, if I follow Curly's line of thought, we would invade- Libya, Syria, Iran, North Korea, and maybe a few others too. Tell me Curly, what has the Republican congress people done these past years? Nothing good for the country. Oh, yes, they have taken from the average American and given to the rich and big corporations. Yep, you must like that.

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Dec-19-13 9:56 AM

Our president has done so well on many fronts. NOT! The president has screwed up my health care insurance and so much more I can't even type that much. This Korean dictator is evil. The president treats these threats with a gift of taxpayer dollars. Now that makes em shiver in their boots. Take from the tax payer and give to those that hate us. Makes perfect sense to me.

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Dec-19-13 9:55 AM

Republicans are sending dennis rodman to see if he can work things out.

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Dec-19-13 12:49 AM

Well, here is policy nation in Wheeling, WV, telling us how things are in Korea/Washington and oh, how bad it is. So, how right were you about that Syria thingy and how you would handle it. Your short sighted ness and hatred of Obama shows under your skirts, MDN. I was wondering if China might just play a part in this? You know, kinda like Russia did in Syria? You just cannot see beyond your crooked nose, Wheeling.

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