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I wish they'd just turn that country into a parking lot already.

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Big bada boom!

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Mar 28, 2013
 
Think we were trying to
send them a message?

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Mar 28, 2013
 
Just a "routine" message...lol

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Mar 28, 2013
 
I thought it was pretty loud and clear.

Screw your little nuke/rocket.
We'll level you if you try.

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Mar 28, 2013
 
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I thought it was pretty loud and clear.
Screw your little nuke/rocket.
We'll level you if you try.
They lack a long-range guidance system. They'd be lucky to hit Japan with one of those cigars.
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Mar 28, 2013
 
I think it's interesting that we go to war with Iraq for mythical WMDs and yet have not done the same with North Korea. What's different, do you think?

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EraserX wrote:
I think it's interesting that we go to war with Iraq for mythical WMDs and yet have not done the same with North Korea. What's different, do you think?
The Pentagon is still "unsure" of North Korea's nuclear capability. They have yet to weapons test a long range vehicle - specificly capable of reaching North America.

"North Korea's ability to deliver weapons of mass destruction to a hypothetical target is somewhat limited by its missile technology. As of 2005, North Korea's total range with its Nodong missiles estimated as 900 km with a 1000 kg payload, enough to reach South Korea, and parts of Japan, Russia and China. It is not known if this missile is capable of carrying the nuclear weapons North Korea may have developed."

It sucks to be South Korea, Japan and China - highly unlikely they would attack China though and awake a "sleeping giant."

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The Pentagon is still "unsure" of North Korea's nuclear capability. They have yet to weapons test a long range vehicle - specificly capable of reaching North America.
"North Korea's ability to deliver weapons of mass destruction to a hypothetical target is somewhat limited by its missile technology. As of 2005, North Korea's total range with its Nodong missiles estimated as 900 km with a 1000 kg payload, enough to reach South Korea, and parts of Japan, Russia and China. It is not known if this missile is capable of carrying the nuclear weapons North Korea may have developed."
It sucks to be South Korea, Japan and China - highly unlikely they would attack China though and awake a "sleeping giant."
I thought N. Korea and China were allies?(sp?)

If we go after N. Korea we could have a problem
w/ China.
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The Pentagon is still "unsure" of North Korea's nuclear capability. They have yet to weapons test a long range vehicle - specificly capable of reaching North America.
"North Korea's ability to deliver weapons of mass destruction to a hypothetical target is somewhat limited by its missile technology. As of 2005, North Korea's total range with its Nodong missiles estimated as 900 km with a 1000 kg payload, enough to reach South Korea, and parts of Japan, Russia and China. It is not known if this missile is capable of carrying the nuclear weapons North Korea may have developed."
It sucks to be South Korea, Japan and China - highly unlikely they would attack China though and awake a "sleeping giant."
They are unsure of their ability to deliver the payload but NOT that they actually have a nuclear weapon. Which is way more than what we had with Iraq.

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EraserX wrote:
I think it's interesting that we go to war with Iraq for mythical WMDs and yet have not done the same with North Korea. What's different, do you think?
The Bush admin wanted war in the middle east.
For their own personal reasons.

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EraserX wrote:
I think it's interesting that we go to war with Iraq for mythical WMDs and yet have not done the same with North Korea. What's different, do you think?
That son like father thing is no longer in affect.
Well! maybe it is but in a different aspect?

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Should have done it when Rodman was there, that would have made how many?

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I thought N. Korea and China were allies?(sp?)
If we go after N. Korea we could have a problem
w/ China.
Not necessarily...

China, which has shown signs of increasing exasperation with the recent bellicose tone of its reclusive neighbor, summoned the North Korean ambassador in Beijing and protested sternly, the Foreign Ministry said.

Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said China was "strongly dissatisfied and resolutely opposed" to the test and urged North Korea to "stop any rhetoric or acts that could worsen situations and return to the right course of dialogue and consultation as soon as possible".

Analysts said the test was a major embarrassment to China, which is a permanent member of the Security Council and North Korea's sole major economic and diplomatic ally.

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They are unsure of their ability to deliver the payload but NOT that they actually have a nuclear weapon. Which is way more than what we had with Iraq.
I agree, but without a long-range delivery system, a nuclear program is virtually useless.

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Mar 28, 2013
 
Was that for "US" to read or Mahmoud Ahmadinejad?
What if:?: the 2 are working together?
2 on 1 for "______" fun!

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Well, now the young'on is having a fit:

March 28, 2013 – NORTH KOREA - Reclusive North Korea is to cut the last channel of communications with the South because war could break out at “any moment,” it said on Wednesday, days of after warning the United States and South Korea of nuclear attack. The move is the latest in a series of bellicose threats from North Korea in response to new U.N. sanctions imposed after its third nuclear test in February and to “hostile” military drills under way joining the United States and South Korea. The North has already stopped responding to calls on the hotline to the U.S. military that supervises the heavily armed Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and the Red Cross line that has been used by the governments of both sides.“Under the situation where a war may break out at any moment, there is no need to keep north-south military communications which were laid between the militaries of both sides,” the North's KCNA news agency quoted a military spokesman as saying.“There do not exist any dialogue channel and communications means between the DPRK and the U.S. and between the north and the south.” The Pentagon condemned the latest escalation in North Korean rhetoric, with spokesman George Little calling Pyongyang's declaration “yet another provocative and unconstructive step.” The U.S. military announced on March 15 it was bolstering missile defenses in response to threats from the North, including a threat to conduct a preemptive nuclear strike against the United States. Despite the shrill rhetoric, few believe North Korea, formally known as the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), will risk starting a full-out war. North and South Korea are still technically at war anyway after their 1950-53 civil conflict ended with an armistice, not a treaty, which the North says it has since torn to pieces. The “dialogue channel” is used on a daily basis to process South Koreans who work in the Kaesong industrial project where 123 South Korean firms employ more than 50,000 North Koreans to make household goods. About 120 South Koreans are stationed at Kaesong at any one time on average. It is the last remaining joint project in operation between the two Koreas after South Korea cut off most aid and trade in response to Pyongyang's shooting of a South Korean tourist and the sinking of a South Korean naval vessel blamed on the North. Kaesong is one of North Korea's few hard currency earners, producing $2 billion a year in trade with the South, and Pyongyang is unlikely to close it except as a last resort.–Yahoo News

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Well, now the young'on is having a fit:
That's.......Kim Jong Un having a fit DC:
Gimme a break

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arctic wrote:
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The Bush admin wanted war in the middle east.
For their own personal reasons.
Ever here of the ARAB SPRING??? That's Obama's baby, not Bush's. Now the whole damn region is unstable with the Muslim Brotherhood running or about to run most of it. And Obama doesn't have a clue. Or does he????
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For someone who won a Nobel Peace Prize, the guy sure has a helluva lot of blood on his hands.

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