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Do you think North Korea's threats will lead to war?

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getreal

Apr-10-13 6:57 AM

They don't have anything our government wants.

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Taxedtoomuch

Apr-10-13 8:00 AM

They have ticked off their allies, China and Russia. War would be very foolish.

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MrBoB51

Apr-10-13 10:43 AM

You're right taxed, the grossly obese and vertically challenged dog-eating dictator is THEIR problem, not ours.

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rschweizer

Apr-10-13 12:08 PM

getreal, exactly. They have nothing of value to us. Perhaps had they any oil, it'd be a different story.

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Farfromcenter

Apr-10-13 12:30 PM

I,m not so sure how much of a war it would be, just one big "boom" and it will be Kim Jun uuhhggh

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Scarecrow57

Apr-10-13 12:35 PM

Of course it will. We live in an era when every President must have their own War. A democrat lead us into Korea. Democrats escalated Vietnam. Obama will want his own war.

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PleaseGetAClue

Apr-10-13 12:56 PM

Scarecrow...you forgot to mention how GW Bush (republican) lied to us all and lied to the entire world to get his own war.....

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rschweizer

Apr-10-13 2:44 PM

PleaseGetAClue, make that two wars.

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rschweizer

Apr-10-13 3:05 PM

Scarecrow57, and it was a Democrat (Lincoln, who is one of the most promiment Democrats ever to have been presidents, and don't you go and b.s. anyone into thinking he was anything but) broke the Civil War to preserve the Union, economy, and bestow rights to all, and a Democrat like FDR who saw that each and every American get a fair wage, a fair work schedule not to be abused by extreme hours, a regulated industrial sector that saw that people aren't killed in the workplace since safety was neglected before, expanded the electric and water grids to the south and west (All FDR), avoided a war nuclear with Russia (JFK), and opened free trade to put the country back on a steadfast (Clinton).

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Scarecrow57

Apr-10-13 3:56 PM

@rs... You better check you history. Lincoln was a Republican.

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Scarecrow57

Apr-10-13 3:58 PM

P.S. JFK escalated thing in Vietnam and gave us the Cuban Missile Crisis,

And Clinton spent billions bombing Yugoslavia; not because Yugoslavia attacked us, but because ole Bubba got caught with his pants down in court.

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rschweizer

Apr-10-13 6:47 PM

Scarecrow57, I knew you would fall right into that. Abraham Lincoln was the most liberal president we ever had, afetr Jefferson of course.

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rschweizer

Apr-10-13 6:49 PM

Portnoy, I always wonder if GWB started his wars as an attempt to stimulate the economy just like our involvement in WW2 helped get us out of the Great Depression. Except where FDR succeeded, Bush failed miserably.

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TiredOfTax

Apr-10-13 7:04 PM

MrBoB51, we also have a dog eater in office, I do not know who wants to destroy America more theirs or ours. Korea has done enough already to deserve getting their rockets and nuke facilities bombed. And it would be a great lesson for Iran.

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TiredOfTax

Apr-10-13 7:06 PM

RS that is because the huge difference was loss of life and support by Americans, when you fought him every step how could he succeed? I believe this is why we need to keep the favors going. Want help... give help!

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rschweizer

Apr-10-13 7:35 PM

TiredOfTax, exactly what has North Korea done to 'deserve' a nuclear attack?

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drugsrus

Apr-10-13 8:01 PM

swizzer, so where does your pal Barry fall in that line of liberals ??

just asking

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TiredOfTax

Apr-10-13 8:06 PM

RS please reread as usual you misread. I did NOT say anything about using nuclear weapons. Go fish!

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rschweizer

Apr-10-13 8:51 PM

TiredOfTax, you're right, you said 'bombed', not 'nuked'. Apologies!

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PeacefulWorld

Apr-10-13 10:09 PM

Insane dictator + Weapons = Some degree of war or large-scale violence

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Scarecrow57

Apr-11-13 1:42 AM

RS "Portnoy, I always wonder if GWB started his wars as an attempt to stimulate the economy just like our involvement in WW2 helped get us out of the Great Depression. Except where FDR succeeded, Bush failed miserably."

Horrible Troll attempt, Even I know you aren't dumb enough to believe that. But it does bring up a valid point. If war spending brought us out of the great depression then this war spending should also be good. Sounds like there wasn't enough of it.

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Flapper

Apr-11-13 7:13 AM

I don't think the young North Korean leader would be as brazen without China and Russia standing behind him. The question is, at what point does he force action from the west regardless.

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Flapper

Apr-11-13 7:15 AM

Oops, I meant "wouldn't be as brazen".

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getreal

Apr-11-13 7:18 AM

Oh please Clinton and JFK...Womanizers!!! That's all I remember them for!!!

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LoyalSocialist

Apr-11-13 9:25 AM

I am just going to cut & paste a comment I posted on an editorial from the other day.

I hope the US doesn't try to invade. I really don't want to lose more friends to needless war and have to pay more taxes to "re-build" another country when we need to be re-building our own.

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