Oh Goodie. NK is selling to the highest bidder...

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    http://www.worldtribune.com/worldtribune/breaking_5.html

    Yea. How is it that the UN focus' all their attention to condemning us for an isolated incident but don't say a word on this? Any doubt that NK is next?
     
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    heh heh, they said dong :)

    but seriously, scary stuff...
     
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    This si scary to say the least:( . That lunatic talking with Iran about anything scares me.
     
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    How about we buy it from them, in exchange for their weapons we dont bomb them off the face of the planet.
     
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    Long-range missiles and the Middle East are a bad combination.
    I wonder to what extent we can posess these weapons, though, and tell other countries to disarm.
    Can someone enlighten me?
    How big of a problem is N.Korea vs. the current and continuing problems in Israel/Afghan/Iraq/Iran/Saudi?

    I mean, selling long-range weapons to Iran?
     
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    Because we are the moral compass of the world as everyone insists that we are. We are held to higher standards and therefore we are capable of handling these weapons without fear of premptively using them against another nation. Other nations own these weapons as well with little fear of them using tem premptively. Dictators that have shown complete disregard to their own people and have killed and starved should NOT have weapons of these kind because they can't be trusted. Hence the 17 sanctions on Sadaam that he repeatedly broke for owning or making WMDs.
     
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    Yep.
    Something like that.
     
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    edited by rwa due to unnecessary, unmotivated aggression towards you before my first cup of coffee.
     
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    thank you RWA, since I was about to mention something concerning your initial statement. :beer:
     
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    Yeah. I reread it and realized it was just totally unmotivated. I have coffee now!
     

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