So, the best thing we can do is to step on that nutcases neck, if ya know what I mean. We should do like Reagan did. Send a few F-16s in with a subtle message (i.e., knock out a few of the nutcases personal residences, knock out a few missle installations, knock out a few buildings where they conduct missle and nuke experiments that the UN and the world at large currently fears).
Well put, TheChampion. That tactic has my vote. I’d like to see the Nut Job misbehave a few more times though before we took to the dirty work. That way we might look better on the world stage.
We are in the middle of a bungled war with Iraq that practically nobody else in the world agrees was necessary. Isn’t the last thing we need is for us to intensify that feeling?
I dont know, I feel like if we don’t gather general consensus/support on this one, things might blow up in our face.
I am listening to Bush on his public address right now:
Mr. President, can we afford to sustain war on three fronts right now? Afganistan, Iraq and now North Korea.
(Careful Mr. President, the world is listening to what you have to say…)
Mr. President responds: Uhhhhhhhhhh
and then he talks in circles.
Bush: “The choices are about the same choices, uhhhh, you know”...
Bush: ...long diatribe justifying what how we got involved in Iraq.
Bush:“Their different words mean different things to different people the process is slow and cumbersome but your witnessing the diplomatic process”
Bush: “I don’t accept your hypothetical questions”
Bush: If you want to solve a problem [with N. Korea] diplomatically you need workers, that’s all and China is a good candidate… blather blather.
Bush: I’m concerned about the children, I’m concerned about concentration camps
Mr. President: You labeled N. Korea as a part of the axis of evil, why shouldn’t americans label your policy as a failed one?
Bush: Hey—I’m just trying to get things done! This problem didn’t start over night… and, uhh, it’s not gonna get solved overnight.
Will someone please put a sock in his mouth? The journalists sound more composed and polished than he does.