March 21, 2006

I think someone was getting a bit jealous....

The other nutjob in Iran was getting too much pub - time for Kim Jong Il to get his bad self back in the game....

Anyone want to bet on when and who the next military action involves - Iran? N. Korea? Or is it time to go back to Grenada? My money's on Iran, and it starts soon with the Sec. Council getting the case... But this nutjob could do whatever he wants today I think - take S. Korea if you want it. Our army's in Iraq.

Damn, I LOVE those glasses.

North Korea suggested Tuesday it had the ability to launch a pre-emptive attack on the United States, according to the North's official news agency. A Foreign Ministry spokesman said the North had built atomic weapons to counter the U.S. nuclear threat

"As we declared, our strong revolutionary might put in place all measures to counter possible U.S. pre-emptive strike," the spokesman said, according to the Korean Central News Agency. "Pre-emptive strike is not the monopoly of the United States



16 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wish we could just bomb this fool and be done with it. Premptive strike on the US, please! never mind weapons you dam fool feed your people.

2 million strong army of starved north koreans not there is a threat.

Anonymous said...

How about a pre-emptive strike on Washington, D.C.?

The US should mind its own business. When the bubble bursts (continues to burst), things could get crazy in the "homeland".

Anonymous said...

Herro Radies, ret's get busy!
-KJ

Anonymous said...

He sorta looks like an asian Johnnie Cash or Roy Orbison...

Out at the peak said...

Between Iran and North Korea, we are all on a hair trigger. How can anyone not worry or be upset?

The Bush admin has failed us on foreign policy and every other policy.

Anonymous said...

The Bush admin has failed us on foreign policy and every other policy.


dont forget domestic policy, oh that right there is non....my bad

Anonymous said...

Bush has done a great job on everything.

skytrekker said...

Bush is a total birdbrain

Clinton was hardly better- this country has some serious dues to pay- and that time is very near.

Anonymous said...

Living in the Pacific Northwest, I do think about this nutcase from time to time. Afterall, the bombs reached the Oregon (and Washington?) coast in WWII.

Could happen again.

Anonymous said...

The U.S. should just mind our own business and leave the security of the world up to the U.N. The U.N. has always protected the citizens of the world and will come to our aid when NYC, DC and LA are wiped from the face of the earth with a nuke. Damn the Bush administration for taking a hard line against the obviously peaceful Iranians and N. Koreans. I quote Prime Minister Chamberlain, "peace in our day." Appeasement worked then and will work today.

patriotz said...

"Hard line with the Iranians"? You mean like putting Iran's Shia allies in power in Iraq? Yeah, right.

The reason the US hasn't attacked, and won't attack, N. Korea, is that N. Korea can fight back. Hard.

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Anonymous said...

The US would be foolish to mess with North Korea. They assassinated the entire South Korean cabinet in BURMA. One can be sure they have pre-positioned nukes within the US already with a secret service like that. True bad-asses.

When the auto and RE layoffs are in the millions, we'll have our own war to fight, right here.

Anonymous said...

There wouldn't be a DMZ on pennisula if we had listened to Gen. McAthur.
Vietnam wouldn't have happened either. In both cases we failed to take the fight to the enemy - which was China providing men and munitions.
Gen. said nukem.
There was a time when we were the only ones with the nukes, we could have had the first worldwide empire.

Anonymous said...

We could call N. Korea's bluff. A handful of imaginary nuclear warheads (or at least one or two warheads that have never been tested) are a poor match for an arsenal of 6,000 plus fully tested warheads that include a couple dozen Kennedy-era 25 megaton city killers. I'd happily trade a Kerry voter-infested American city for the opportunity to make South Korea an island.

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