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Obama to visit DMZ, raise pressure on North Korea

There are 66 comments on the Reuters story from Mar 20, 2012, titled Obama to visit DMZ, raise pressure on North Korea. In it, Reuters reports that:

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Saint-denis, Reunion

#70 Mar 29, 2012
Frisky Freddie wrote:
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But how far can you drive?(j/j)
I don't get your question .

“Leonardo Di Vinci died here”

Since: Nov 08


#71 Mar 29, 2012
Hypnotic Phantom wrote:
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If by some chance a Republican does get into office, you better hope to hell that he doesn't take a vacation, use Air Force One for anything other than Presidential business, does not tie up traffic along major roadways, enjoy a sport, eat out with his family, or enterain anybody.
They better chain his Presidential posterior to that desk in the Oval office on day one and hide the key until his last day in office with only scheduled meal times and restroom breaks.
I will guarantee you this; if a republican is elected, we will hold his feet and congresses to the fire. The bullchit is over, and steamrolling americans will not be tolerated. This country needs to unite, and it won't do it until it heals. Obama has done everything he could to divide america, and to put marxist agendas as policy. He is getting his due right now which is what happened with Carter. Obama over promised and under delivered....period.

Chico, CA

#72 Mar 29, 2012
We can start to raise "pressure on North Korea" by halting all food shipments to the country.

Obama and Bush 2 did little but to continue the same old repetitive "treaty agreement signed-send food, treaty broken-threaten to stop sending food" game that N. Korea and the U.S. have been playing for far too long.

President Clinton was the last President, that I can recall, who actually said what needed to be said to N. Korea back in the 90's.

Clinton, IIRC, told N. Korean that the U.S. "would wipe N. Korea off the face of the planet" if they ever attempted to launch a nuclear attack on anyone.

Meanwhile, N. Korean continues to make progress in their attempt to gain nuclear armed weapons, while we continue to feed and play "agreement" games with them.

No more food.

No more talk.

No more worthless "agreements".

Frisky Freddie

Madison, AL

#73 Mar 29, 2012
Hypnotic Phantom wrote:
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If by some chance a Republican does get into office, you better hope to hell that he doesn't take a vacation,.

“First take log out of own eye ”

Since: Jan 07

Defender of Islamic Iran

#74 Mar 29, 2012
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Look at this picture of the Korea peninsula taken from space, if your country will let you: http://www.bing.com/images/search...
N Koreans are starving to death, eating grass and bark not because of any external causes but because its dictatorship mismanages its agricultural and industrial programs. The average N Korean adult is three inches shorter than its S Korean counterpart.
The USA is a major supplier of free food to the N Koreans via the UN food program and by direct donations.
How despicable of you to defend this brutal state, N Korea. But then again, what friends does Iran have that are not brutal states like Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, and N Korea? Shame on you for your lies in defense of N Korea!
You do not read what I say, I did not defend the north Korean government I defended the people maybe that is what you need to do.

Do not make enemy of the people by making blockade against them with sanctions it's not the dark age anymore where we blockade the week and helpless let us grow beyond that and be a little more civilized.

Lets make friends and give support with food and medicine and whatever the people need.

I looked at the link and a tear came to my eyes knowing that the west forces north Korea not to use there nuclear reactor, do you support this cruelty?

Richmond, Canada

#76 Mar 30, 2012

You Russians already have a new Democracy, which is not too young either, as it already reaches adulthood, for more than twenty-one (21) years old.

However, you Russians have not demonstrated the maturity as you should---as it is no big deal with this Obama nobody-radical, why do you have your president treat Obama as some existing soul to relate to?

As you Russians should know, this Obama-nobody will be a matter of time be gone sooner quicker than ever, and forever, for this nobody-Obama will not be a part of any future on this planet.

Here is just to Say: Russians, enhance your reasoning responsibility, coupled with the maturity gambit requiring, to do something useful to think like adults, as you should show that your Democracy is not a child thing any more , for it has already grown to the maturity by now.


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