So I don’t know nothin’ about nothin’ (including grammar, obviously), but it seems like a glaring double-standard to be amassing weapons and troops with the intent to destroy a country based on the supposition that there are weapons of mass destruction, like ohmygosh you know, somewhere; while at the same time ignoring through diplomacy another countries obvious and asserted effort to kick out regulatory inspectors with the express reason being so that they can go on about the business of firing up a nuclear reactor.
Like I said, I don’t know nothin’, but bombing Iraq for their alleged intent while ignoring Korea’s factual direction seems incongruous to me.
But then again, I’m a bleeding-heart, so what do I know about anything? Besides, I still can’t wrap my mind around the hypocrisy of condemning a country for threatening to destroy us with weapons of mass-destruction (that, incidentally, we gave them when we were friends); while attempting to thwart them by, err, destroying them with weapons of mass destruction.
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