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  # 1875834 2-Oct-2017 08:32
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Unbelievable.


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  # 1875843 2-Oct-2017 08:52
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"Little Rocket Man" I love that.


 
 
 
 




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  # 1875846 2-Oct-2017 09:04
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Wiggum:

 

"Little Rocket Man" I love that.

 

 

I think it's very lame and childish, irresponsible, undignified, and counterproductive.

 

But hey - it's only millions of human lives at risk...

 

The saving grace for now is that KJU is much better at hurling insults, and knows that the POTUS is an idiot.


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Fred99:

 

Wiggum:

 

"Little Rocket Man" I love that.

 

 

I think it's very lame and childish, irresponsible, undignified, and counterproductive.

 

But hey - it's only millions of human lives at risk...

 

The saving grace for now is that KJU is much better at hurling insults, and knows that the POTUS is an idiot.

 

 

I am always amazed that many people will rather side with Kim, than Donald Trump. Unbelievable actually.

 

 

 

 


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  # 1875896 2-Oct-2017 09:22
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Wiggum:

Fred99:


Wiggum:


"Little Rocket Man" I love that.



I think it's very lame and childish, irresponsible, undignified, and counterproductive.


But hey - it's only millions of human lives at risk...


The saving grace for now is that KJU is much better at hurling insults, and knows that the POTUS is an idiot.



I am always amazed that many people will rather side with Kim, than Donald Trump. Unbelievable actually.


 


 



Disliking Trump does not equal siding with Kim




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  # 1875903 2-Oct-2017 09:29
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MikeB4:

Disliking Trump does not equal siding with Kim

 

I just don't get why its "unacceptable" to call Kim any sort of name, yet Donald Trump can be labeled anything.

 

Donald Trump is by far the lesser of the two evils.


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  # 1875906 2-Oct-2017 09:34
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Nothing will be gained by apparent world leaders behaving like spoilt brats and name calling. It places Trump and Kim at the same level.





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Wiggum:

 

MikeB4:

Disliking Trump does not equal siding with Kim

 

I just don't get why its "unacceptable" to call Kim any sort of name, yet Donald Trump can be labeled anything.

 

Donald Trump is by far the lesser of the two evils.

 

 

Criticism of Trump's insanely incompetent behaviour does not imply support for KJU. 

 

You've come up with a tired and irrational argument - the same one commonly made by alt:right trolls in support of Trump.

 

In this potential conflict the "lesser of two evils" is the guy who doesn't pull the trigger first.

 

Supporting the guy (whichever of the two that may be) who will pull the trigger first - is insane.


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  # 1875928 2-Oct-2017 09:47
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If only the rest of the world could be as mature and sensible as GZers.....






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  # 1875929 2-Oct-2017 09:47
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Fred99:

 

 

 

In this potential conflict the "lesser of two evils" is the guy who doesn't pull the trigger first.

 

Supporting the guy (whichever of the two that may be) who will pull the trigger first - is insane.

 

 

IMO Kim has already pulled the trigger. He is treating his people like crap, firing missiles over Japan, and about to test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific. Not doing anything about this mad man is the worst thing to do right now. But hey, if its holds off the inevitable for a few more months, then so be it. One thing is certain, the longer its left to fester, the more dire the consequences, and the bigger the blood bath.


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Wiggum:

 

Fred99:

 

 

 

In this potential conflict the "lesser of two evils" is the guy who doesn't pull the trigger first.

 

Supporting the guy (whichever of the two that may be) who will pull the trigger first - is insane.

 

 

IMO Kim has already pulled the trigger. He is treating his people like crap, firing missiles over Japan, and about to test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific. Not doing anything about this mad man is the worst thing to do right now. But hey, if its holds off the inevitable for a few more months, then so be it. One thing is certain, the longer its left to fester, the more dire the consequences, and the bigger the blood bath.

 

 

I can recall several Nations ignoring other Nations and testing their nukes far far away from home and putting at risk the Nations of the South Pacific, interestingly these Nations also treated their people like crap and one still is, those Nations that come to mind are France, United States and Great Britain.  





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  # 1875945 2-Oct-2017 10:05
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MikeB4:

 

interestingly these Nations also treated their people like crap and one still is, those Nations that come to mind are France, United States and Great Britain.  

 

 

Oh dear.

 

So which one is it?




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Wiggum:

 

 

 

IMO Kim has already pulled the trigger. 

 

 

No he hasn't.

 

 


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  # 1875957 2-Oct-2017 10:17
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Fred99:

 

Wiggum:

 

 

 

IMO Kim has already pulled the trigger. 

 

 

No he hasn't.

 

 

 

 

So we should all just wait and see if he does?

 

He does not need to "pull the trigger" to get what he wants. If we allow him to do so, he will soon be in a position where he gets to call all the shots, without even pulling the trigger.

 

Do we want to allow him to be in this sort of position where he can hold the pacific hostage? You will be amazed at what you can gain/achieve if you have nuclear warheads pointing at your neighbors.

 

 

 

 


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  # 1875963 2-Oct-2017 10:35
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Wiggum:

 

MikeB4:

 

interestingly these Nations also treated their people like crap and one still is, those Nations that come to mind are France, United States and Great Britain.  

 

 

Oh dear.

 

So which one is it?

 

 

 

 

That is not hard to work out if you follow world events.





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