RON HART: Un-Done: Lil' Kim — like father, like son

Published: Sunday, April 14, 2013 at 09:31 AM.

Kim blustered that he would use his high-tech missiles, which he said could reach Los Angeles, to obliterate the USA. If he tries to launch, be sure you evacuate the danger zone: the two-mile-square area in Pyongyang where debris from his ill-fated missile blast will land.

Hopefully Un will be nearby watching through his binoculars. Problem solved.

Obama is right to ratchet down this crisis, despite North Korea mobilizing its midget submarines. His issue is not with potential submarine attacks, but he is willing to use military power against politically incorrect speech if he keeps hearing the word “midget.” Obama won’t get involved unless additional Democrat voters can subsequently be registered.

Republicans will not want to invade until either oil reserves are found in Korea or it looks like gay marriage might be legalized there.

Kim Jong-un seems to be toning it down; instead of releasing 20 photos of him looking through binoculars at something military, he replaced two of them with him inspecting a milk plant.

Our own Dear Leader will, of course, take credit whenever possible. He came close to calling a press conference claiming he gave the "go ahead" order for the congestive heart attack that killed Kim Jong-Il. Much like the government-controlled media of North Korea, our own media will say anything Obama wants.

Kim Jong-un is taking a well-worn path of saber rattling, until the U.S.A., through some political back channel, pays him to buy the loyalty of his generals. Since Hillary hung up her pantsuit and John Kerry took her role, Kim is probably just trying to renegotiate his contract. He has proven himself to be vain, self-serving, willing to do anything for money, with nukes at his disposal — John Kerry that is.



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