November 5, 2006 at 4:41 PM #7841adminKeymaster
Hey, didn't Secretary Perry get the memo that this is Rove's fault?
Wow, this is surprisingly direct of him, pushing hard on China and South Korea and threatening military action against North Korea.
With support 'across the aisle' on this, we may yet be able to solve this diplomatically. Let's hope so.November 5, 2006 at 10:01 PM #39273PerryChaseParticipant
If you don’t want the Republicans to do something, you have a Democrat come out and say just that.November 5, 2006 at 10:02 PM #39274rankandfileParticipant
Don’t you realize that Perry and the other liberal Kool-aid drinkers want to get us in a catch 22? If the 6 party talks do not work, and NK sets off another nuke, they’ll claim that they are not working and that we did not intervene enough. If we go to 2 party talks directly with the DPRK, and they don’t work (i.e., NK renigs again), then American looks like the lone bad guy and it’s all OUR fault.
This Democratic tactic is similar to what we have seen with 9/11 and the war on terror. The liberals complained that the Bush administration did not know/do enough to thwart the 9/11 attacks. “We should have seen this coming” they would exclaim. In response we implemented the terrorist surveillance program, Patriot Act, military tribunals, tighter border security, and the war in Iraq to minimize attacks on OUR own soil. How was that received by the Democrats? All but one of them (Joe Lieberman) fought the Republicans every step of the way. Joe Lieberman has been ousted from his own party and is now running as an Independent. That should tell you which party has shifted their stance on issues the most since the WWII era.November 5, 2006 at 10:14 PM #39275PerryChaseParticipant
Why do you have problem with North Korea now? Because the Bushies came in and canceled the deal that Clinton struck with the North Koreans, just because it was a Clinton deal.
Interesting that the South Koreans don’t even support the Bushies on North Korea. And they are supposed to be our allies.November 6, 2006 at 9:45 AM #39289PDParticipant
I really don’t think cancelling a deal that the other side was not and never intended to keep is a bad thing.
Clinton collected a big bag of empty promises from N. Korea. He certainly looks successful, holding all that fools gold.
Sure, North Korea temporarily halted their plutonium program. At the same time they became involved in a secret uranium project with the AG Kahn network. Nice bait and switch behind Clinton’s back (or more likely, right in front of his nose).November 6, 2006 at 7:23 PM #39343rankandfileParticipant
The Democratic Party today is not the same as the esteemed party of Truman and JFK. It is now the party of Michael Moore, George Soros, and Rosie O’Donnell. Nice transformation. That’s like a caterpillar metamorphosing into a cockroach.
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