Skip to comments.Sen. McCain: War With N. Korea Would Be ‘Catastrophe of Enormous Proportions’
Posted on 04/07/2013 6:23:52 PM PDT by Olog-hai
More than once wars have been started by accident, and Sen. John McCain, predicted that a conflict between the Koreas would be a catastrophe of enormous proportions.
Warning on Face the Nation that North Korea could set Seoul on fire, the Arizona Republican said that China is failing to rein its ally in.
(Excerpt) Read more at newsmax.com ...
You can’t fool little Johnny!
Old moss back has spoken!
Juanito, take your pills and go back to sleep.
""Remember mommy,..."....."I'll look for you when the war is over, An hour and a half from now!"
McCain loves indiscriminate war in the middle east.
In the far east, not so much.
Probably having flashbacks to the late 60’s, Early 70’s.
Different cause than most, but just as debilitating.
Hey Juan, You were not afraid of a obungo presidency.
He’s a Manchurian Candidate.
He’s 100% correct though. We’re not able to win another war while postmodernism prevails.
Anything incorrect in what he says here?
Context is all. The man fears war.
Like this guy has any credibility in the reality based world....
There are so many in DC living in a dreamworld already. It’s so bad that when reality hits, they are already down and yet are still surprised by what reality hits them with.
John McLame STFU.
Kim Jong Un, if you want Huge Glass Parking Lot that glows in the dark, go ahead. We will make one asap.
Wow. The moron get something right for once. So Johnny, why are we leaning on China to do something about their little lap dog?
Barack Obama, Juan, the One will surrender before anything can happen!
Itbegs thee question why the United States has to be concerned about “accidentally” provoking a war wile no other nation is held responsible for avoiding the provoking of the United States into defending itself or an ally after an attack.
Catastrophe of Enormous Proportions
For some reason I think McCain has taken to quoting Han from Enter the Dragon. So did Bob Dole, now that I think about it.
“Gentlemen, welcome. You honor our island. I look forward to a tournament of truly epic proportions. We are unique, gentlemen, in that we create ourselves... through long years of rigorous training, sacrifice, denial, pain. We forge our bodies in the fire of our will. But tonight, let us celebrate. Gentlemen, you have our gratitude.”
Juan is right.
War is never to be sought.
It must be won completely when presented.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.