Wednesday, October 11, 2006


It's still a bit up in the air as to whether or not the Norks actually set off a nuclear test the other day. The word now seems to be that The Gargoyle's minions attempted to set off a nuke, but that something went wrong and all they got out of it was a smaller blast. Or .. .they could have been bluffing. Word is they might try it again. With all of the hand-wringing they're causing around the world you could hardly blame them.

The Gargoyle just loves being the center of attention, doesn't he?

Democrats have come out and blamed all of this on George W. Bush, of course. This is what Democrats do. They blame. No solutions, just blame.

Example: An op-ed in the Washington Post by former Clinton Defense Secretary William Perry blaming the current administration for not engaging North Korea more.

It now seems that Arizona Senator and 2008 presidential candidate John McCain has had enough. Time to put the blame for the North Korea mess squarely where it belongs: the Clinton Administration.

Said McCain yesterday: "I would remind Senator Clinton and other Democrats critical of the Bush administration's policies that the framework agreement her husband's administration negotiated was a failure. The Koreans received millions and millions in energy assistance. They've diverted millions of dollars of food assistance to their military."

Well said, Senator! You do get one right every once in a while, though this doesn't absolve you of your wrongdoings with that hideous anti-First Amendment campaign finance reform bill. But, McCain is right. That's exactly what can watch David Zucker's campaign commercial for a quick history lesson.

So out comes The Poodle to defend the Clinton Administration. He said "The truth is the Clinton administration knew full well they didn't have a perfect agreement. But at least they were talking." At least they were talking. Lot of good that did. Does sKerry really believe that had the Bush Administration been talking to North Korea that the Norks wouldn't have tried to set off their nukes?

Evidently in his fantasy world, he does.

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