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1 posted on 10/12/2004 2:36:36 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
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Kerry would nuclearaize (Bushism) the entire axis of evil...


2 posted on 10/12/2004 2:58:43 AM PDT by tomnbeverly (George W Bush Understands the lessons of 911, John Kerry acts like it never happened.)
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"Kerry advisers like Richard Holbrooke have also said that Mr. Bush is jeopardizing all of the hard-won progress the Clinton administration made with North Korea."

Progress? What progress?

The agreement that Slick signed with the NKoreans promised that the US would provide them with oil, food, and assistance with establishing a nuclear power generation program. NK in return "promised" to stop weapons research and promised to allow monitoring cameras in at least some of their nuke facilities.

Food, oil, cash, etc. poured into NK and soon the cameras were merely turned off and weapons research continued unhindered, and unmonitored.

Only when GWB traded broken promises for broken promises (and it was still a lopsided trade in favor of the NKs) did all hell break loose!

Either Clinton didn't know of the violations (and if you beleive that, I know of a bridge...) or just ignored them. After all, they had "promised," that closed the door on that "issue" and it was time to move on to other causes. After all, no one would ever lie to Lord Bill (consummate liar that he was) would they?

I've said it before and I'll say it again: May RR's words "Trust but verify" haunt Clinton to his grave. It won't happen, of course since he has no conscience but one can always hope, can't one?

5 posted on 10/12/2004 7:18:22 AM PDT by theoldChief (Pacifists are the parasites of freedom)
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