Skip to comments.McCain says Kim Jong-Il in 'warm corner of hell'
Posted on 12/20/2011 9:30:00 PM PST by rabscuttle385
WASHINGTON (AFP) US Senator John McCain voiced satisfaction Monday that late North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il is "in a warm corner of hell" and called for efforts to bring an end to his family's regime.
McCain, a Republican lawmaker who was his party's nominee for president in 2008, said that Kim subjected his people to "dire poverty and cruel oppression under one of the most totalitarian regimes the world has ever known."
"The world is a better place now that Kim Jong-Il is no longer in it," McCain said.
"I can only express satisfaction that the Dear Leader is joining the likes of Kadhafi, bin Laden, Hitler and Stalin in a warm corner of hell," he said in a statement.
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Gee, it sure is “warm” in hell. . .
He is probably already on the board of directors in Hell
McCain says Kim Jong-Il in ‘warm corner of hell’
Saving a spot for him
McCain had better be careful with his declaration of who is and is not in hell.
Somehow I expect hell to be chock full of politicians, lawyers and judges whose decisions in this life have negatively affected the welfare and happiness of millions of people.
Their guilt is multiplied by the number of people they wronged and drowned in misery.
Well, John old boy, it isn’t their regime that needs to be ended, it is the form of government that they practice and inflict upon the NK people. I’m sure most of them would be glad to stop eating tree bark.
I don’t care what John McCain says.
He’s still a D!ckhead-J&rk-Off who should go back to Az. and quit afflicting us with his pant-loads of political crap.
He probably will be warm for quite a while. That is, he drank a whole bottle of cognac every day.
I disagree with John McCain. I think Kim Jung Il is in a “hot” corner of hell.
Boy, McCain really went out on a limb here. Next he’ll be telling us the same thing happened to Bin Laden.
He really is an outspoken maverick.
McCain occasionally says things which make me hate him slightly less.
It wears off.
KJI spent most of his career keeping, among other things, Bibles out of NK. He fought against the Gospel with no apparent change in his public stance.
Snug as a (fire)bug in a rug
Oh no you don't. We elected him in the first place to get him the heck out of here.
Generally, I would agree with you, but Kim Jong-il is a sure thing.
Wow, goin’ out on a limb there, aren’t ya, John? No wonder they say you’re a maverick.
LOL! Read post 19. I made it before reading yours!
Hey, Panama Juan.
He is saving you a spot.
The sooner you join him the better.
He’s sure to have a seat between Ted Kennedy (D-HL) and Osama!
Okay, that was funny! So where should the J&rk-off go?
Michigan is already screwed up.