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    Quote Originally Posted by Blues63 View Post
    Of course and in the other thread which prompted this one, you clearly you confused scepticism with opposition (it's a common problem among the extremely partisan).


    Wait, who's the extreme partisan here?


    skepticism? That's what you are calling it now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangermouse View Post
    I don't doubt for a moment that "fixing the N Korea issue" is the furthest thing from Trump's mind, but I'd be thrilled if he accidentally helped it happen.



    Begs a follow up question, would you give him the credit if it does get fixed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OHjulie View Post
    It's already happened.

    On June 13, 2018, Trump said, “There is no longer a nuclear threat from North Korean.”



    You didn't answer the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueneck View Post
    I thought he already did.

    HE thinks he already did.

    See? All fixed!
    LoL - Oh THANK YOU Donald J Trump. Now that all Baby Kim's nukes are gone, I can finally sleep at night!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev. Hellh0und View Post
    "as a microscopically small commitment to the repatriation of the remains of Korean War POW/MIAs."



    Us veterans don't view this as small at all. Why diminish our sacrifices?
    Someone appoint you spokesmodel for all veterans?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blues63 View Post
    As you are aware, it is simply an infantile attempt to paint 'wiberulz' as a group that places party over country. In such an exercise 'subtlety' in language is counter productive to the objective.

    This 'tunnel vision' in comprehension is a common tactic among these individuals.



    oh is this more of the "yer a hyperpartisan" babble?


    I'm a libertarian. I haven't voted for a republican in decades, that includes trump.


    Who's the partisan, the guy you think and wished voted for trump so you can blather on like this, or you who needs others to be rabid trump supporters to justify your hate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Think for myself View Post
    Define suceed in this context. What do we give up. What will North Korea give up.



    Not a simple question at all.


    Post #25.


    You didn't answer the question, why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev. Hellh0und View Post
    SIlent? there is something very not right about you.

    Human rights violations stopped, path to democracy, and elimination of nuclear program for one. I know Koreans ultimately want a unified Korea and I am for what they want as well. but that has nothing, nor do I have anything to do personally with the thread. compose yourself.
    Wait, what? You have nothing to do with the thread?? You STARTED the thread, dude!! It is up to YOU to clarify what you meant by your ill-posed question. At least here, you are making an attempt to. You do say, finally, that you want "human rights violations stopped, [and a] path to democracy." OK, those two things alone would MEAN an END to the tyrannical Kim Dynasty.

    But we ALREADY have a contradiction, Rev. Supposedly, President Trump GUARANTEED the security of the North Korean regime. And end to human rights violations would be WONDERFUL for the North Korean people, of course. It would mean an end to the vast and sprawling prison camp complex that exists in that sad country, the veritable DEATH CAMPS the North Korean regime has been operating for decades. But 'a path to democracy' would mean an end to the Kim Dynasty even more directly.

    OK, now Rev, explain to all of us poor saps out here, exactly WHY would Kim Jong Un be agreeing to anything like that, which would almost assuredly end up with him meeting the same fate as, say, Benito Mussolini or Moammar Gadhafi??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev. Hellh0und View Post
    oh is this more of the "yer a hyperpartisan" babble?


    I'm a libertarian. I haven't voted for a republican in decades, that includes trump.


    Who's the partisan, the guy you think and wished voted for trump so you can blather on like this, or you who needs others to be rabid trump supporters to justify your hate?
    A libertarian that cheerleads Trump incessantly? No way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    Are you going to explain what you actually MEAN by your question, Rev? What does 'fixing it once and for all' MEAN in this context? Does it mean:

    (1) An end to the murderous Kim Dynasty, with North Korea converted to capitalism in a reunited Korea; or just

    (2) North Korea defanged, with no more weapons of mass destruction, but with the North Korean people still enslaved under a tyrannical Communist dictatorship?

    Or do you have something in between in mind?

    Your question was ill-POSED, Rev. You need to CLARIFY what you meant.



    oh your bothered mind. I already did, roy.



    I would lean towards the first one to define success but would consider the 2nd a lesser success as well as far as reducing nukes.. you neocons are funny.

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