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    Hopefully Obama can appease them and stop this before it gets even uglier.

    If there are any Christians left on this site, pray....NOW!!

    And you "middle of the road independeants" do what ever it is you do to help stop this.


    http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20101123...20101123092327

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    blame former President George W. Bush.
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    This is really beneath both of you. This is potentially a very serious situation developing. I would think you would offer the Commander in Chief the same support that democrats offered GHW Bush when Iraq invaded a friendly nation and put our reaction in the spotlight, possibly affecting our troops.

    This could be a powder-keg that just had a match dropped on it. There's more to worry about than petty name-calling and political opportunity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    This is really beneath both of you. This is potentially a very serious situation developing. I would think you would offer the Commander in Chief the same support that democrats offered GHW Bush when Iraq invaded a friendly nation and put our reaction in the spotlight, possibly affecting our troops.

    This could be a powder-keg that just had a match dropped on it. There's more to worry about than petty name-calling and political opportunity.
    For once.... I am in total agreement with DNF...... holy crap.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnf777 View Post
    This is really beneath both of you. This is potentially a very serious situation developing. I would think you would offer the Commander in Chief the same support that democrats offered GHW Bush when Iraq invaded a friendly nation and put our reaction in the spotlight, possibly affecting our troops.

    This could be a powder-keg that just had a match dropped on it. There's more to worry about than petty name-calling and political opportunity.
    You are so above it all.......you have entered sophomoric humor into many subjects that others are very serious about.

    Let's see what happens here.
    I am guessing blame and appeasement will be to the fore.....quickly.



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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    Hopefully Obama can appease them and stop this before it gets even uglier.

    If there are any Christians left on this site, pray....NOW!!

    And you "middle of the road independeants" do what ever it is you do to help stop this.


    http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20101123...20101123092327

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    Well I'll jump into this right now. South Korea is capable of defending themselves. American's don't need to die trying to defend the Korean Peninsula. Nor do American taxpayers need to fork out hundreds of millions in military aid to them.

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    My wife is from South Korea. She has said, for the 42 years that we have been married, that it is long past time to kick the North's azz.
    My wife is very conservative and extremely pro-America & pro-Korea.

    The thing we need to remember is that N. Korea has the 2nd largest ground force Army in the world.................... My wife (and I) say it's long past time that we quit giving them food and aid in trade for their empty promises.

    Yes, the USA is spread pretty thin around the world, but I believe that we have somewhere around 50,000 troops in S. Korea right now.

    It's time to kick azz and put an end to to the dictatorship of the North for good. They are getting closer to having Nukes by the minute (2000 centrifuges) and that little $#!+ dictator would have no qualms about using Nukes if he had them ready to go.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc E View Post
    Yes, the USA is spread pretty thin around the world, but I believe that we have somewhere around 50,000 troops in S. Korea right now.


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    Maybe a little incentive to get the heck out of Iraq/Afghanistan!?
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    I honestly couldn't tell you which side of this exchange President War Monger supports but if I had to guess it would be the norks since Obama's marxist liberation theology is more in tune with Dear Leader Kim Jung Il. No doubt his economic team and all the Krugmanites/keynesians are excited about another war so as to help our 'sour' economy. Nothing like the carnage a good war brings to help boost GDP. We can sell a ton of sophisticated computer technology to the North Koreans to help them boost their nuclear program.

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    What this really boils down to is that it marks the beginning of winter. The NK gooberment knows that due to the usual crop failures and failed policies that they have NOWHERE near the food to feed their people for the winter. So they need 2 things- a common enemy and the attention of the civilized world. Rattle the sabers and make all kinds of wild threats and sure enough the Western gooberments will crater and send them food at little or no cost. Been an annual event for nearly 50 years- worked every time.

    Bidness as usual regards

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