Skip to comments.Asia Turning Up the Heat (N. Korea Pres. Hopes for Kerry Win)
Posted on 08/23/2004 7:59:44 PM PDT by FairOpinion
Pyongyang hinted last week that it might pull out of the next round, slated to be held next month, citing a hostile U.S. "smear campaign." With the U.S. presidential election approaching, some say Kim is stalling, hoping that John Kerry will winand that the North will be able to get a better deal from a Democratic Administration.
(Excerpt) Read more at time.com ...
ALL THE ENEMIES OF THE US PREFER KERRY.
someone send the old pixie a bottle of champagne. he just helped with W's second term.
Kerry does claim to be an expert on North Korea. Please see Kerry's bio on his official web site.
We need to keep a list of Kerry's key endorsements. The Communist Party, N. Korea, Communist Vietnam, Fidel Castro. Kerry is on a roll.
Didn't Kerry cross into the Korean border during his Vietnam days.
"As the ranking Democrat on the East Asian and Pacific Affairs Subcommittee, he is a leading expert on that region, including North Korea."
or was it Cuba?
And he still has a grain of rice seared in his butt to prove it.
> Kim is stalling, hoping that John Kerry will winand
> that the North will be able to get a better deal from
> a Democratic Administration.
And "better deal" is not "better deal for the US and
the rest of the world".
I'm amazed that this magazine would permit that to
appear in print. Don't they know it's going to be
read by zillions of Democrats?
Now he's got 4 leaders suppoting him. Iran, Syria, Palestine and now North Korea. Bet their names will be on the voting registry in several states.
That would be a "democrat" administration.
Geez, who'd a thought it? First Viet Nam selling t-shirts, what is Korea doing to make money for his campaign? Ya think the newsmedia would be all over this, driving it home.
Actually this statement, while it appeared in a TIME Mag. article, it was buried near the end of the article.
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