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Steve Breen

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  1. Zuhlamon

    Zuhlamon GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    I hate war but if we could carpet nuke him until he is a shadow on a wall I would support that
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    Oh, and you don’t s’ppose there’d be a few problems with that scenario? The U.S. kills millions of people, and North Korean nukes are lobbed at South Korea and maybe Japan? Y’don’t suppose maybe, just maybe, the neighbors might not like that? Nice and simplisitic little military solution. Too bad it makes such a bloody mess, but hey, it’s the Christmas season, good ill towards your fellow man and all that.

  2. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    Crazy has long been the norm in North Korea, as “debt” demonstrates, the radical right in the U.S. tries hard to keep up, as in Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, and with constant threats to use nukes to maintain hegemony. (speaking of (tin) “god” and “reeducation camps”.)

  3. cjr53

    cjr53 said, almost 3 years ago

    Truly. Part of why I’ve become an atheist, but still try to follow the teachings of Jesus.

  4. Anweir88

    Anweir88 said, almost 3 years ago

    Talked to many Iraqis, DrCanuck? I have… A lot of them during my recent year over there. They’re not happy with the current state of their country, and have some justifiable beefs with how we handled their country before we left, but not a one of them wants to go back to the pre-invasion Saddam regime. But hey, it makes a great sound bite for you and you don’t have to think….

  5. Uncle Joe

    Uncle Joe GoComics PRO Member said, almost 3 years ago

    @Anweir88

    They’re not happy with the current state of their country, and have some justifiable beefs with how we handled their country before we left, but not a one of them wants to go back to the pre-invasion Saddam regime.

    Instead of asking them if they want Saddam back, ask them if they felt safer in 1999. I think this is one of the best responses I’ve heard to the mis-direction over how we handled Saddam’s ouster:

    Jabbar Hasan, director of the Iraqi Association, which supports Iraqi refugees in Britain, said: ‘The question shouldn’t be about removing Saddam, but the total, comprehensive and needless bungling of the lack of post-war strategy, which caused mayhem and terror. Iraqi people, especially women and children, are paying a heavy price for that blunder and the virtual destruction of the well-educated, more or less secular middle and professional classes who should have been empowered to rebuild Iraq after decades of dictatorship, wars and sanction. This left the way open for the radical extremists Saddam had kept under control, who’ve been left free to exploit the poverty and lawlessness for their purposes.’

  6. algurka

    algurka said, almost 3 years ago

    I have to respect him for not showing nepotism.

  7. artistdavid

    artistdavid said, almost 3 years ago

    And how is Lil Kim so different from (D) leaders?

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