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Marino: North Korea’s threats unacceptable

April 4, 2013

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Tedeaux

Apr-04-13 5:01 AM

Doesn't it seem odd that our President takes on all the task of micro managing the American citizen's life, but when it comes to obvious issues that come under his responsibility, he's kinda quite and removed? This Korean dude has threatened to specifically target Austin, Texas witg one of his nukes. Obama better be careful that Rick Perry doesn't call up the Texas National Guard and have a mud hole stomped in Kim Jr's backside before Barry gets off the couch to stand up to this idiot!

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MrShaman

Apr-04-13 6:36 AM

"This Korean dude has threatened to specifically target Austin, Texas witg one of his nukes. Obama better be careful that Rick Perry doesn't call up the Texas National Guard and have a mud hole stomped in Kim Jr's backside before Barry gets off the couch to stand up to this idiot!" - Tedeaux

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Riiiiiiiiiiight...and, Lil' Dumbya will be "called-up" to play Randy Quaid's part!!! Yeah...sure.

So...what...all-of-a-sudden, Austin has BECOME part of "real" Texas, huh??

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spike2

Apr-04-13 7:17 AM

Watch Hannity last night Francine? Do you really expect a public release on everything? I'm glad O'Reilly is finally acknowledging the ridiculousness of some.

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MrShaman

Apr-04-13 8:10 AM

Spike " Do you really expect a public release on everything?"

I guess that explains all those missing records between Aug. 1961 and 2005." - Bobbie2

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Gee, Skippy...which conspiracy would that be?

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jeff33

Apr-04-13 8:47 AM

Marino should join the Army!

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CaveFelem

Apr-04-13 10:07 AM

I just hope Kim Jong-un doesn't really try to nuke something. And I wonder if he's really in charge or if it's the military from his father's regime who is running everything.

It's very sad how the North Korean people are oppressed and starved while the world looks on and does nothing.

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wwhickok

Apr-04-13 11:12 AM

North Korea is a prime example of countries we should just be taking over. Yes, I just said that, taking over. They are basically threatening World War 3 and you know what? If they initiate a war, our response should be wiping the military forces of North Korea off the map, Planting our U.S flag into their soil and declaring it officially governed and controlled by the U.S. followed by destroying every last shred of their Nuclear Weapons Program.

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GoBB62

Apr-04-13 1:59 PM

People are talking about North Korea being a legitimate threat & Sham is still sounding like a broken record stuck on Bush, faux noise & porky limbaugh.

He must've been a last pick in the NFL draft, because he sounds like Mr. Irrelevant.

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gavinf56

Apr-04-13 7:34 PM

wwhickok, and what of China?

Everybody just relax. April 15th is the great and glorious leaders, Kim Il-sung's birthday (Kim Jong-un's grandfather). This rhetoric happens every year at this time, especially since joint military exercises between South Korea and the US are also happening.

The current rhetoric is nothing more than a young leader (and the party leadership) putting a show of strength on for their people.

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gavinf56

Apr-04-13 8:13 PM

It should also be noted that South Korea just elected a new President, Park Geun-hye, who also happens to be South Korea's first female President and the daughter Park Chung-hee, who was President from his military coup in 1963 until his assassination in 1979.

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eriklatranyi

Apr-04-13 8:28 PM

Don't worry!

The Obama Administration is already blaming themselves for making tensions with North Korea too high!

I am so happy to see our nation essentially apologize to a 28 year-old dictator!

It's about time we apologize to dictators!

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