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  1. DeanPatsFan

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    http://www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html?id=110008687

     
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    Todays "New Democrats" that gang of bleating, whining, slobbering liberal fools that stand behind Uncle Teddy nodding their dip sh!t heads in approval when Teddy is bellowing and spitting all over his shirt should never be allowed to have anything to do with "Defending" America, they are not capable of "fighting back", they are "jellyfish".
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    Who would have expected Bush to have no effective foreign policy with North Korea? He didn't even pursue Clinton's approach, and instead ignored NK for 6 years in another example of his incompetence.

    Of course, it shouldn't be a surprise that an incompetent president like Bush created an environment where neurotic righties would want all sorts of new weapons. I mean, if you're not going to use diplomacy, if you're not going to build alliances, if you're not going to build American prestige, eventually you might find yourself in a bind.

    Our missile defense shield is nothing the result of failures by Bush. I still think there's plenty of time for diplomacy, but the righties are just so afraid. Most people in New York City remain liberal even after 9/11. Meanwhile, righties out in 'burbs and rural areas are the ones who are running for cover, afraid that NK is aiming a missile directly at their farm. The right is for paranoids. I guess they really don't trust God to protect them.
     
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    Of course, "Clinton's Approach" was to bribe NK with large sums of money in return for them agreeing to not pursue nuclear weapons - and then completely turn a blind eye when NK didn't even remotely live up to their end of the bargain.

    It is shameful to place all the blame on Bush for this one.
     
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    We'll never know how Clinton's approach would have played out had he been succeeded by a president who stayed engaged in the North Korean situation. Clinton made the mistake of assuming his successor would have an effective foreign policy.
     
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    Clinton's "peace proposals" were only successful on the surface. The leaders shook hands in front of the White House - while the murders and terrorism continued virtually unabated.

    Newsflash: The 9/11 attacks were prepared and planned for overwhelmingly during the Clinton administration. Only the very tail end and the execution took place during Bush's watch. So it is pretty lame to blame 9/11 on the policies of Bush, don't you agree...?
     
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    Missile defense?

    You are kidding right? Dean, are you another one of those pre-911 mindset republicans???
     

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