I Know Heller’s the Big News This Morning

…but DAMN !!

North Korea handed over its long-awaited nuclear program declaration to officials from China earlier Thursday, which led the six-nation talks that hammered out the conditions of the agreement.
The declaration is expected to contain details on North Korea’s plutonium stockpile. North Korea will also continue preparations to publicly dismantle a controversial nuclear reactor — key steps meant to ease international fears about nuclear activities in the Communist nation.
Bush said he will call for the lifting of sanctions against North Korea under the Trading with Enemy Act and notify Congress that he intends to take it off the terror list, a move that will take 45 days.
“The next 45 days will be an important period for North Korea, to show its … cooperation,” he said. But, North Korea will have to end its nuclear activities in a “verifiable” way, he added.

Remembering the good old days fondly

[2007] President George W. Bush’s administration is “the worst in history when it comes to international relations, former President Jimmy Carter said Friday, taking aim at the White House’s policy of pre-emptive war and its Middle East diplomacy.

[2006] Solving the Korean Stalemate, One Step at a Time by Jimmy Carter
What must be avoided is to leave a beleaguered nuclear nation convinced that it is permanently excluded from the international community, its existence threatened, its people suffering horrible deprivation and its hard-liners in total control of military and political policy.

[2006] Jimmy Carter: Bush Trashed N. Korea Peace Effort

Proving, yet again, that one man’s trash…is another man’s treasure.

One Response to “I Know Heller’s the Big News This Morning”

  1. The_Real_JeffS says:

    Proving, yet again, that one man’s trash…is another man’s treasure.
    Exactly. Jimmy Carter once again demonstrates that narcissism and dementia don’t mix.
    And maybe these goobers are trying to honor the wrong President.

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