North Korea - Declaration of War

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    Sounds like they want to get bombed....

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20061017/ap_on_re_as/koreas_nuclear


     
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    How does the liberal media view threats like NK and Iran?

    NBC's Andrea Mitchell and CBS's Gloria Borger: World Views U.S. As 'Arrogant Bullies'
    Posted by Geoffrey Dickens on October 16, 2006 - 15:40.
    On the syndicated Chris Matthews Show NBC's Andrea Mitchell and CBS's Gloria Borger sounded like Blame America Firsters when explaining what the American public wants in a candidate for '08. Mitchell worried that world views the U.S. as "bullies" and "arrogant." Borger punctuated Mitchell's theory saying the American voter is "done with the arrogance of American foreign policy." The following exchange occurred on the October 15th edition of The Chris Matthews Show:

    Andrea Mitchell: "That and I think what might most, could be the most profound problem beyond our men and women overseas in harm's way is how much hated the United States is for a variety of reasons. Fairly or not fairly. There is a perception abroad and it's in Europe and it's in the Islamic world and it's in Asia is that we are bullies, is that we're arrogant. It goes back to decisions that were made or perceptions of decisions, the wars. And whether it's fair or not somebody's gotta fix that and that cannot be fixed with Radio Free Europe or its descendants. It is a big, big problem."

    Gloria Borger: "That's, that's why the American voters are gonna go back to what David [Brooks] is saying. The American voters are going to say, 'Next time around we want somebody who can work in a bipartisan way, who can work in a reasonable way, who can work abroad in a reasonable way. We're done with the arrogance of American foreign policy. We want to see people work together. We want to see us work with our allies and we're just not the bosses all the time.' And I think that Americans are looking for that."

    http://newsbusters.org/node/8366
     
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    They think everyone thinks this way. The liberals need to realize not everyone has their stupid ass opinion. Not every American is "fed up" with our foreign policy. NK and Iran have made direct threats to America and other allies of America, so I guess it's bullying if we say we might attack them for threatening us so we don't get attack before hand. Fucking idiots don't realize that America is the only place standing up for its god damn self, everyone else cowards behind the Useless Nations (UN) and wait for them to put useless sanctions on a country that we all know doesn't give a flying fuck about the sanctions. You really think that NK is going to listen to the UN? Hell no. If these countries don't even subside to America threatening them (which in my opinion would suck if I was in their shoes) then the UN isn't going to do jack shit to them.

    Grow some fucking balls people.
     
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    Who the hell does Kim think he is kidding??? And THEY are going to mercilessly screw any nation who violates their sovereignity???That's a good one!!!:D


    The U.S should just send an ICBM into that nation and blast that nation!!!






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    You sure seem gung-ho on the US acting first. Why not Japan or China?
    What’s your agenda?
     
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    i think the muslims should invade.....damn NK infidels
     
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    Let India do it ! Just for target practice.
     
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    You sure are awful loose with US weaponry and US forces!
     
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    As far as im concerned illegally building nuclear weapons to threaten, extort, and attack neighboring contries with is an act of war. One North Korea already violated.
     
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    Wow...if his location was Macon, Ga you would be giving him a "Hell yes!"

    But because he is located in Dubai, his anti-NK sentiment is an 'agenda'.

    Mr. P, do you have a "distrust of foreigners" complex?
     

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