“Listening to some Democrats, you'd think the enemy was George Bush, not Kim Jong Il…”
– Senator Mitch McConnell of
What evidence is there – at all – that the Democrats would have handled
Let’s go back in time: What exactly did President Clinton do about
If Al Gore had secured the Oval Office instead of George W. Bush, would we have even gone to war in
How would John Kerry have handled
I don’t disagree: the way the war in
It would be better if President Bush stopped talking about the need to “stay the course in
No. They probably would have, once
And the Iranians, seeing this, would be even more assertive than they have been about their own nuclear program. The Iranians would’ve demanded direct negotiations, and any Democrat who was in the Oval Office would have agreed, and like their allies the North Koreans, the Iranian state-sponsors of terrorism would have publicly agreed to suspend their nuclear research program in English while in secret they would have – in Persian – ordered their scientists to continue development of nuclear weapons.
I’m sorry, but I don’t buy the argument of
Yes, Bush might have ignored warnings about an impending Islamist attack in the summer of 2001. Yes, Bush focused on
That’s the past.
We’ve got to deal with the present.
Whether the bomb the North Koreans detonated on Monday was a full-fledged nuclear weapon or a wanna-be nuke, their actions and declarations related to it have shown that the course of negotiations as prescribed by Democrats, the Russians and the Chinese – as well as the South Koreans – were too weak, too spineless, and not at all appropriate.
I can’t blame Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe for voicing his opinion that his country’s constitution needs to be revised to allow
I think it’s time the Democrats stop telling us what they wouldn’t have done in
Should we negotiate in good faith with those who only negotiate in bad faith?
Didn’t Bill Clinton try that sort of thing with
Didn’t it kind of, like…um, y’know…not work?
When it comes to the present situation involving the world and the undemocratic Democratic People’s