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Is North Korea bluffing?

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Apr-08-13 2:40 PM

I'm not near as worried as to what NK's spoiled child is thinking, I more worried about what that guy sitting in the White House is thinking.

Possible WW3, nuclear weapons and Obummer leading the helm? That is enough to make you gasp air?

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Apr-08-13 6:31 AM

I think he will do something minor. He has backed himself into a corner and now has to do something to save face, he can't back down now without looking like the idiot he is.

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Apr-07-13 7:36 AM

China will not allow a border country to be controlled by us. They didn't last time they sent their troops to fight us. Why should it be different now? With funding the mus bros. insurgency in the middle east and China massing troops and equip at the NK border this could easily start ww3. Don't forget Russia is openly practicing bombing our missle defenses in Asia.

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Apr-06-13 10:21 AM

Unless he wants to destroy his country and wipe out his countrymen, yes he's bluffing. But we have to be prepared and act as if it's real, or else it very well could be.

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Apr-06-13 8:16 AM

"Should have listened to General Douglas MacArthur."

Yes, wars should be hard to get into and won if you are in them.

This young man has no idea what he's asking for and will die proving it. I think he's serious...deadly serious!

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Apr-06-13 7:50 AM

Should have listened to General Douglas MacArthur.

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