Great advice. I'll keep it in mind when I read someone assuming that our
own president is selling us out.
Mark B--just some friendly advise:* Don't assume anything.* Don't look on what is said, but what is done.* Half or more of
what you hear, and read are false* Champions run alone* Excuses
(blaming) are a sign of weakness. Don't make excuses from something wrong.
* Siding with something wrong, is spiritual weakness.* Do your own
thinking* Know where to draw the line.
worf, your challenge is laughable. You seem to feel that just saying "He may
not care" shifts the entire burden of proof. Oh, and we can't mention
Bush because he doesn't fit into your scheme? Pathetic. I'd be shocked
if there weren't a dozen plans for defense against NK attacks of any kind.
Just because these plans haven't shown up on Fox News doesn't mean
they don't exist.
Mark B--it was Bill Clinton who gave nuke technology to N Korea in 1994.Passed management has nothing to do with today. It's gone. Pagan
fixates on George Bush as an excuse for poor leadership today. Excuses are a
sign of weakness, and what passed leaders did years ago is irrelevant today.We have a strong military, but a weak commander who may not care what
happens to our country. Can you find any evidence that he cares?
Management skills? Where were the skills needed during the previous decade when
America's leaders pumped up the phony charge of wmds in Iraq, while
ALLOWING North Koreans to get REAL wmds. That's two counts of bad
management, for which the GOP is still justifiably out of office at the highest
School teachers are evaluated when students are rude to them. Poor class room
management.Well, North Korea is being rude, and are laughing at us.
What kind of management skills does our commander possess?Where's Clint Eastwood when we need him?
If North Korea does go ahead, after receiving much warning against going so,
with it's provocative launch of a long range (2,000+ mile) missile, at the
very least we should de-provocate the situation by shooting down that missile
before it goes even 200 miles. If we do choose to go beyond that,
then see comment #1. But I would rather see us take out their nuclear producing
facilities. There lies the greatest danger to other countries.
Nip it in the bud. Just take out their military facilities. We have cause!