Rice Says U.S. Will Not Invade N. Korea

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says the United States would not attack North Korea, rejecting a suggestion that Pyongyang may feel it needs nuclear weapons to stave off an Iraq-style U.S. invasion. Full Story
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no war in iraq either

Melbourne, FL

#1 Oct 11, 2006
too bad they didn't say that about IRAQ---655,000 dead --IRAQ's dead---and bush finally said last month that IRAQ had NOTHING to do with 9/11----these guys are seriously terrible!!!!!!
RoC

Rochester, NY

#2 Oct 11, 2006
no war in iraq either wrote:
too bad they didn't say that about IRAQ---655,000 dead --IRAQ's dead---and bush finally said last month that IRAQ had NOTHING to do with 9/11----these guys are seriously terrible!!!!!!
* correction *

these guys are very, very dangerous!
MrBill

Bronx, NY

#3 Oct 11, 2006
Uh oh.

I know what it means when Rice, the incompetant failure of a college professor says something ...believe the opposite.


GW Bush is the Neville Chamberlain of the 21st Century.
Stephen Oakes

United States

#4 Oct 11, 2006
Of course Rice has to say that invading North Korea is not plausible. Our army is off limits and currently bogged down in a country that supposedly had "weapons of mass destruction." And now North Korea is the one testing the bomb. How IRONIC! Boy are our priorities backwards. We need to shake things up in the halls of Congress come November '06.
Buzz Flederjon

Thomaston, GA

#5 Oct 11, 2006
Sheewww!

Good thing.

NK has WMD and a million man army.

don't want any of their action.

Iraq was an easy target. You can tell Bush/Cheney/Rice/Rummy are true chickenhawks.
Craving objectivity

Albuquerque, NM

#6 Oct 11, 2006
Are you all thirteen? Do you actually vote?
655,000 dead was based on projections of a Johns Hopkins health study that "interviewed" 1890 Iraqi families.
Your such news sheep.

Do you even know who Chamberlain was and that he stood by while the Nazis took more and more of Europe. How does that relate to a president (idiot that he is) who has already invaded two contries?
There should be an intelligence test for this forum.
I'm laughing so hard I pissed myself.
Jones

United States

#7 Oct 11, 2006
That's why they boomed their bomb. No US invasion now.
clydecaddy

Cape Coral, FL

#8 Oct 11, 2006
MrBill wrote:
Uh oh.
I know what it means when Rice, the incompetant failure of a college professor says something ...believe the opposite.
GW Bush is the Neville Chamberlain of the 21st Century.
Bush is a hawk , Neville Chamberlain made a dove look like a radical. For all of President Bush's mistakes I would rather he be the one defending me . You do not hear bush coming back from Saudi Arabia saying peace in our time . Only to have to face a stronger enemy, that is chamberlain.
clydecaddy

Cape Coral, FL

#9 Oct 11, 2006
Stephen Oakes wrote:
Of course Rice has to say that invading North Korea is not plausible. Our army is off limits and currently bogged down in a country that supposedly had "weapons of mass destruction." And now North Korea is the one testing the bomb. How IRONIC! Boy are our priorities backwards. We need to shake things up in the halls of Congress come November '06.
That is the damn truth.
clydecaddy

Cape Coral, FL

#12 Oct 11, 2006
Craving objectivity wrote:
Are you all thirteen? Do you actually vote?
655,000 dead was based on projections of a Johns Hopkins health study that "interviewed" 1890 Iraqi families.
Your such news sheep.
Do you even know who Chamberlain was and that he stood by while the Nazis took more and more of Europe. How does that relate to a president (idiot that he is) who has already invaded two contries?
There should be an intelligence test for this forum.
I'm laughing so hard I pissed myself.
If they did have an intelligence test the islamics would say that is against the koran. Not that i give a shit. That book is only good as fire wood.
clydecaddy

Cape Coral, FL

#10 Oct 11, 2006
Buzz Flederjon wrote:
Sheewww!
Good thing.
NK has WMD and a million man army.
don't want any of their action.
Iraq was an easy target. You can tell Bush/Cheney/Rice/Rummy are true chickenhawks.
WELL SAID
Stephen Oakes

United States

#11 Oct 11, 2006
Why does this thing say i'm from Linn Creek, MO lol!!! Try Maryland...

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Stephen Oakes
www.Jutiagroup.com
NoLie

Humble, TX

#13 Oct 11, 2006
No shite! Well there. Seems the Koreans have made their case before the world. Get nuclear heat and rid self of US threat. I wonder how soon other places will get their armament of nuclear warheads.
NoLie

Humble, TX

#14 Oct 11, 2006
Rice and the GOP should tell us only what we don't already know.
MrBill

Bronx, NY

#15 Oct 11, 2006
clydecaddy wrote:
<quoted text>Bush is a hawk , Neville Chamberlain made a dove look like a radical. For all of President Bush's mistakes I would rather he be the one defending me . You do not hear bush coming back from Saudi Arabia saying peace in our time . Only to have to face a stronger enemy, that is chamberlain.
Bush is a hawk? A HAWK?

George W Bush is a rank coward.
When his unit was called to Vietnam, for combat, tell me clyde, what did Georgie boy the"hawk" do?

He ran. Not cut and run, just ran. He turned in his wings, he had his daddy get him a transfer to another state militia, and then he DIDN'T SHOW UP.

If GW Bush is your idea of a hawk, I'd hate to see your idea of a turkey.

No deserter can ever be a hawk. FOOL!
Truth out

Tucson, AZ

#16 Oct 11, 2006
no war in iraq either wrote:
too bad they didn't say that about IRAQ---655,000 dead --IRAQ's dead---and bush finally said last month that IRAQ had NOTHING to do with 9/11----these guys are seriously terrible!!!!!!
The death toll in Iraq was understated by this report. UC- Berkeley did a study and found that 6 trillion people have died due violence in Iraq this week alone!!!
Andy

United States

#17 Oct 11, 2006
Throw in this also. U.S. is so stretched thin militarily that no way in the world he will attack North Korea. Also, I read in the newspaper that the army managed to reach its quota for the year only by lowering the standard to be accepted.
Truth out

Tucson, AZ

#18 Oct 11, 2006
48,693 that is the number of reported deaths of all Iraqis killed since the beginning of the war.
Not 655,00 as some stoner professes. The 48,693 was given by the anti-war group at www.iraqbodycount.net .
They compiled this info from all the morgues in Iraq.
leo from shanghai

United States

#19 Oct 11, 2006
U.S. military maxed out. where is the manpower for bush's global war going to come from? ASPEN? NO!, THE NBA? NO!, THE COUNTRY CLUBS? NO!, THE DUKE LACROSSE TEAM? NO!, THE CHILDREN OF CONGRESSMEN? NO! bush has squandered the army and our enemies know it.
Craving objectivity

Albuquerque, NM

#20 Oct 11, 2006
Truth out wrote:
<quoted text>
The death toll in Iraq was understated by this report. UC- Berkeley did a study and found that 6 trillion people have died due violence in Iraq this week alone!!!
That didn't include the 30,000 Eskimos that Bush imported in order to get them off the Alaska Oil reserves. And there we 2 million harp seals killed that Cheney's wife hates to look at from her Monterey Bay beach house. Man, it's so time for the Democrats to come to the rescue.

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