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N. Korea Closer to Nuclear Weapon

Bomb Test Defies Warning by U.N.

February 12, 2013

PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — Defying U.N....

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Feb-12-13 12:25 PM

Can we invade these commies yet?

Cut it out North Korea. You're bugging the world.

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Feb-12-13 3:24 PM

Can we just nuke them now?

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Feb-12-13 4:36 PM

In 2008, then-candidate Barack Obama promised that he would “eliminate North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.” His campaign manifesto, Change We Can Believe In, described Obama’s North Korea policy, and the philosophy behind it, in great detail:

North Korea is an example where direct, tough diplomacy that lays out clear choices to rogue regimes for good and bad behavior can lead to change. When the United States was engaged, the pace of Pyongyang’s development of nuclear weapons was slowed; when we were not, it quickened. While there has been some promising progress, it’s important that all of North Korea’s claims are verified. If they are not, we should move quickly to reimpose sanctions that have been waived, and consider new restrictions going forward. As President, Barack Obama will work with diligence and determination with our friends and allied to end the threat of North Korea and to secure a lasting peace on the Korean peninsula.


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Feb-12-13 7:56 PM

all the same hater posters. lol.

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Feb-12-13 8:13 PM

Do you remember in 2008, the candidate obama promised to eliminate North Korea's nuke programs by "tough diplomacy"?

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Feb-14-13 6:45 AM

north korea will blow itself up.if not our interceptors will do the job.they have no chance of hitting our mainland.of course obama will do whatever he can to protect the commies.i still wonder who he works ain't us.

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