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North?Korea a real threat

December 18, 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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MrBoB51

Dec-20-13 9:14 AM

Notgood, that's because Rev. Al told Obama 'accountable' is what CPA's do.

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laker88

Dec-19-13 12:49 PM

As Dave alluded to, who knows what is happening behind the scenes. That being said, exactly what should the US be doing differently toward No. Korea??...I didn't see any suggestions here, except for drugs, which I kind of liked!...Rodman and Kim, those 2 idiots can speak the same language. Good point made by Patriot re the balancing act over there.

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MrBoB51

Dec-19-13 11:39 AM

Yes it is yukon, however, because of the idiotic progressive idea and total failure of 'Multiculturalism' America has become a dangerous place for AMERICANS.

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yukonjack

Dec-18-13 9:18 PM

The world is a dangerous place...

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TiredOfTax

Dec-18-13 8:41 PM

Seventy-two percent of Americans say big government is a greater threat to the U.S. in the future than is big business or big labor, a record high in the nearly 50-year history of this question. The prior high for big government was 65% in 1999 and 2000. Big government has always topped big business and big labor, including in the initial asking in 1965, but just 35% named it at that time.

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notgood

Dec-18-13 6:51 PM

I'll bet Obama will hold them accountable. Oops, I don't think he understands what accountable MEANS!

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MrBoB51

Dec-18-13 6:24 PM

America is always being poked at by the ne'er-do-well's around the world but never before has it come so venomously from within. At this time in History I sincerely believe that our Government is infected and is the biggest threat to America and by extension, the rest of the world.

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TiredOfTax

Dec-18-13 6:06 PM

Dave, Obama can't have a thought that will not pass through his huge open mouth! IE you can keep your insurance, doctors, used cars and a plethora of falsehoods spewed by the almighty!

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drugsrus

Dec-18-13 3:01 PM

let Rodman handle it, he is pals with the little guy.

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MrBoB51

Dec-18-13 2:26 PM

Dave, you proceed on a false premise, this juvenile President and his keystone cop administration does not have a coherent Foreign Policy strategy. If Obama wants to get involved, that fat dog eating little pos will roll Obama and his minions just like Iran, Egypt, Putin, Libya and just about every other Country that poses a threat to the American way of life.. Come to think of it, Obama's astonishing lack of appreciation regarding the American way of life would be the ONLY reason I would support Isolationism for the next few years.

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Patriot1

Dec-18-13 1:58 PM

The real question revolves around the "ally structure" in that part of the world. China is currently an ally of North Korea. If we were able to conveniently make North Korea's nuclear stockpile "disappear (all three of them), which we are certainly capable of doing, our delicate balancing act with China, the current and growing power in Southeast Asia, might be thrown into turmoil. I strongly suspect that we do not wish this result because that would inextricably deeply involve us in that part of the world. A very troubling scenario in today's dicey world.

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DaveGibson

Dec-18-13 1:37 PM

Who is delusional is this editor. As with Syria, does he really think that Obama, or any president before him, makes public all strategies for dealing with rogue states like North Korea? No, of course not.

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taxtired

Dec-18-13 12:46 PM

They are NOT dumb. They pocket tax money very well.

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MarkVa

Dec-18-13 12:31 PM

I agree, North Koreans are trained from birth to strike the imperialist USA and sing songs depicting such a strike. I believe the purge was in response to porky throwing a tantrum because his uncle maybe tried to steer the pig to peace or comprimise, just maybe. So the question is how naive are our dumb politicians ?

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