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Originally posted by freedomwv
Clinton`s team while he was president, worked out a deal with the DPRK to stop it`s nuclear program and normalize relations with the US. But oh no, the hardline right-wingers could not stand to see the US making a deal with the `commies.`
Thank you, but I don't understand how it is that some countries can dictate to others what they're allowed to have to defend their countries with. If some countries have nukes, why can't others?
I'm sorry, but if all my neighbors had shot guns, guess what I'd be going shopping for?
Originally posted by yampa
reply to post by Wrabbit2000
Why are you spending all your time writing about North Korea, Wrabbit? Seems like you are posting in a every thread possible? When called out, you will pretend you don't have aggressive intentions. But it's fairly obvious you do by reading across the posts. You consistently do this with Iran too.
site:abovetopsecret.com Wrabbit2000 iran - About 5,790 results (0.30 seconds)
site:abovetopsecret.com Wrabbit2000 "North Korea" - About 5,300 results (0.24 seconds)
So when pushed, you're all like 'ooh hey man, the last thing I want is a war' yet over and over again you are talking about military strategy and essentially cheerleading whatever hate-war TPTB happens to be selling that week.
Wouldn't trust you as far as I could throw you, dude.
2013/04/17 01:40 KST
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(LEAD) N. Korea clearly rejects U.S. offer of dialogue
(ATTN: UPDATES throughout with Pyongyang's English-version statement, Obama's comments, details; CHANGES headline)
SEOUL, April 16 (Yonhap) -- In clear terms, North Korea on Tuesday spurned a U.S. offer of dialogue aimed at easing months of heightened tensions.
"Recently U.S. high-ranking officials are vying with each other to talk about dialogue," the North's foreign ministry said in a statement carried by the state news agency, KCNA. "This is nothing but a crafty ploy to evade the blame for the tension on the eve of a war by pretending to refrain from military actions and stand for dialogue."
On his trip to Northeast Asia last week, Secretary of State John Kerry made clear that Washington is prepared to talk with Pyongyang if it shows seriousness about denuclearization.[/e]x Un and the DPRK have no intention of talks, they want war, or for all nations to bow down to them.