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His nuclear hardware is most valuable on the shelf.
No, it is most valuable on the market. That is a concern. Not just whether he would launch them but who he would sell them to. Diplomacy and negotiations will not stop him from developing nuclear weapons. To stop that development we must attack strongly.
You did fine, having arisen today (the 24th) just establishes the fact that the unsullied and sainted ones have moved on, leaving us hedonists and other sinners to our own rewards.
Trumps comments a declaration of war!
The country's foreign minister also said the North considered President Trump's threatening comments about the country and its leadership "a declaration of war."
If Kim said he will melt America he declared war on us. Trump responded in kind. Yes we have nuts declaring war on each other. Is this how it starts?
We elected our nut. North Korea inherited theirs. We both have the prerogative of getting rid of them. Far easier for us.
If nothing happens then will he remove himself from the public. Why do people listen to these nuts? Are we all so desperate for this world to end?
We've been looking for Jesus to return for 2,000 years. Get a clue folks. It's just a myth.
No Jesus. No Super Man. No Hercules. The Pope does not talk to God. Neither did Jesus, John, Luke or any of them.
Might our planet be destroyed by an asteroid, or something. Yes. We can't avoid it. We can't plan for it. We won't survive it. NASA won't tell us. Get on with what petty life you have. It is all you get.
If that frightens you quit now.
Trump tweets that food, water, medical are top priorities in Puerto Rico but lets not forget the billions of dollars owned to Wall Street and the banks which must be dealt with.
Texas & Florida are doing great but Puerto Rico, which was already suffering from broken infrastructure & massive debt, is in deep trouble.
...It's old electrical grid, which was in terrible shape, was devastated. Much of the Island was destroyed, with billions of dollars....
..owed to Wall Street and the banks which, sadly, must be dealt with. Food, water and medical are top priorities - and doing well.
... nothing is sacred anymore!