Skip to comments.U.S. rejects N. Korea's offer of sending envoy to Obama's inauguration
Posted on 01/11/2009 7:37:59 PM PST by Jet Jaguar
SEOUL, Jan. 12 (Kyodo)The United States has rejected a North Korean offer that a senior foreign ministry official attend the inauguration ceremony of President-elect Barack Obama later this month, Yonhap News Agency reported Monday.
North Korea offered to send Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye Gwan, chief delegate to the six-party talks on ending Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program, to the Jan. 20 ceremony, Yonhap quoted a diplomatic source as saying.
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This too funny Chia Pet is not invitated or his advisors LOL!
Let’s make them a deal. They can send representatives to the inauguration, providing they agree to accept Jimmy Carter permanently.
Can we throw in Hillary
Actually, since Dear Leader is dying, this might have been a good opportunity to open a channel to whoever his successors may be.
The guy who replaces him will be just as freaky as he is.
Jimmy Carter!? Now that’s a low blow! Even the Dear Leader would baulk at that, on the other hand - Barney Frank? - meh’be
Maybe guy wants to defect? Oooooops!
No worries. I doubt there are any NK lurkers on Free Republic.
What happened to no preconditions? I guess there is only one - Not on Barry’s Big Day.
Send him, he’ll fit right in with the DC crowd!
...why was it rejected? I thought Obama was going to talk to everyone without conditions and usher in a new global unity never seen before.
Thats just tacky,, the Mistress and her man arent supposed to wave hello at the grocery store. The North Koreans common bonds with the American Democrats are supposed to be on the “down low”.
Translation: Nudge nudge, wink wink... Let’s pretend for just a little bit longer that we don’t share the same goals of a worldwide socialist utopia... Obama already has the Lincoln Bedroom reservation made in your name, just don’t blow it before the inauguration is a done deal...
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