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2009-08-04 06:02:15 PM  
Meet the two new inductees to the BJ Clinton chapter of the Mile High Club:

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2009-08-04 06:02:19 PM  

wee beastie: That doesn't make sense... So the on-again / off-again multilateral talks that we have been conducting over the last few years somehow manage to get around an "official normalizing of relations," but a one-off meeting between a govt official and NK's gov't would... i see now.


Well yeah, considering that all of our official contacts with them go through Sweden. I can see where you'd be confused, being an idiot.
 
2009-08-04 06:02:48 PM  
Bush could've done that, but he was busy clearing brush and working on his autobiography. Or ineptly whimpering in a corner, please let it be that one.

/Clinton rocks
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2009-08-04 06:03:07 PM  
Weaver95

For your edification (It was mine too). This type of mission is an officially recognized concept in diplomacy. It's called Track II diplomacy (new window)

"Our founder, Andrew Carnegie, was a Track II man himself," says Vartan Gregorian, president of Carnegie Corporation of New York.

Indeed, Carnegie financed a 1910 European peace junket in which one of his heroes, recently retired President Theodore Roosevelt, would meet with his other hero, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany, for a conference advancing Carnegie's concept for a "League of Nations." Carnegie's biographer, Joseph Frazier Wall, writes: "This visit of Roosevelt to the Kaiser could bring about the triumphant resolution of all he had worked for, written about, and dreamt for the past five years: Carnegie's two heroes, at last meeting face to face, reaching agreement, and by that forcing Britain into line. 'If any man can get the Emperor in accord for peace, you are that man,' [Carnegie] wrote to Roosevelt. 'He will go far to act in unison with you, of this I am sure. You are sympathetic souls.'"

Unfortunately, on May 6, 1910, just as the series of meetings was schedule to get under way, news came from London of the death of King Edward VII. Protocol demanded a suspension of plans which had taken more than 18 months to formulate. Undaunted, little more than six months later, on his 75th birthday, Carnegie launched the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace with a $10 million gift, charging the organization's trustees to "hasten the abolition of international war, the foulest blot upon our civilization."


Or in the words of Dwight Eisenhower after the Russians downed a U-2 spy plane: "I can't talk to the Soviets, but somebody better."
 
2009-08-04 06:03:29 PM  

SupremeLeader: smeegle: ratdog99: Think what you will of Bill, but if you have ever seen him in person, you have to concede that the SOB has charisma and charm in spades (even if he does have a particular attraction to fat chicks.)

Agreed, I liked him and don't care about the sexual transgression.
Heard him talk in Indy. Awesome orator.

It's not about the looks, it's about the blowjobs.
Besides, his vision is probably impaired.


It was about the words.
 
2009-08-04 06:03:35 PM  

Lock'n Load: Meet the two new inductees to the BJ Clinton chapter of the Mile High Club:


If he got me out of 12 years in a north korean labor camp I'd blow him with a smile on my face.
 
2009-08-04 06:03:49 PM  

ambercat: Weaver95: cameroncrazy1984: What part of "no normalized diplomatic relations therefore no official negotiation" do you guys not understand? Jeez, it's not that tough a concept.

So Hillary is weak and only Bill can do her job?

got it. thanks!

She did do her job. Which in this case was to set her ego aside and do the right thing instead of making this all about her and putting herself in the limelight. There was NO good reason for her to be involved with this publicly, only behind the scenes. She has an official position, Bill does not. We were able to get the hostages back without giving up as much face. Trying to send in the SoS no matter who they were, would have put us in a weaker position.


Exactly. Sending the SoS would be a totally disproportionate reaction. It's the kind of carrot that should be reserved for BIG concessions from North Korea.
 
2009-08-04 06:04:07 PM  

SupremeLeader: u pay for the privilege of viewing exactly the same ads and the same content as everyone else.


Firefox-->adblock. And you get to see a lot of interesting redlit threads plus the TFD sports-discussion threads are usually entertaining.
 
2009-08-04 06:04:26 PM  

stvdallas: Clinton expressed words of sincere apology to Kim Jong Il for the hostile acts committed by the two American journalists against the DPRK after illegally intruding into it," the news agency reported. "Clinton courteously conveyed to Kim Jong Il an earnest request of the U.S. government to leniently pardon them and send them back home from a humanitarian point of view.

"The meetings had candid and in-depth discussions on the pending issues between the DPRK and the U.S. in a sincere atmosphere and reached a consensus of views on seeking a negotiated settlement of them."


These are also the words of the NK news agency as related by CNN. Do you honestly trust anything they say? They're worse than our news outlets by leaps and bounds.
 
2009-08-04 06:05:30 PM  

stvdallas: For those of you saying that this was unofficial, perhaps it could be considered as such. I think North Korea might view that differently based on what was discussed.


Dude of course THEY want to view it like that. Way to COMPLETELY miss the point. Sending Clinton was genius.
 
2009-08-04 06:05:52 PM  

TheRedMonkey: museisluse: Yay- Bill delivers.
I still wonder why Al Gore didn't do this. I guess NK wanted the "Big Dog"

Not a big enough "star".CynicalLA: TheRedMonkey: CynicalLA: You exactly the same people ignorant as well.

Engrish?

CynicalLA: Yeah, they are exactly the same. The Republicans didn't become obstructionist assholes when the economic crisis hit. And the Democrats didn't stand behind Bush right after 9/11. That 90% approval rating must have been fake. You exactly the same people ignorant as well.

More than 9/11 happened.

Criticize my grammar because you made a idiotic claim. You should just man up and admit you are ignorant.

How was the claim idiotic? Because you disagree with me illustrating that Bush was attacked no matter the deed for someone's political gain the same that people will attack and spin this event the same way? You are a jackass.


He asked for an example where Bush did something all around good and was attacked for it. And Bush wasn't attacked for 8 years, he got a free pass until the WMD/Iraq bullshiat came out. Guess you don't remember the run up to the war in Iraq.
 
2009-08-04 06:06:54 PM  
I see how this works...

home.comcast.net
 
2009-08-04 06:07:22 PM  
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A peak behind the Clinton negotiation technique. After impressing little dick foreign dictators with his tales of conquest then he takes them to a strip club, get them drunk and then gets pictures of them doing coke during and orgy with a few hookers. The picture is traded for the hostages when the foreign dictator realizes that both his and Clinton's penises are visible in the photograph and Bill is much bigger to avoid the dictator looking like a small man.
Problem solved! Send this guy to the UN!
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2009-08-04 06:08:31 PM  

Blowmonkey: Bush could've done that, but he was busy clearing brush and working on his autobiography. Or ineptly whimpering in a corner, please let it be that one.

/Clinton rocks


Bush clearing brush at Crawford was such a stupid media stunt that it's surprising how few actually questioned it.
 
2009-08-04 06:09:40 PM  

stvdallas: As I said earlier, it worked, and good for Bill.

For those of you saying that this was unofficial, perhaps it could be considered as such. I think North Korea might view that differently based on what was discussed.

However, this is from the CNN article:

Clinton expressed words of sincere apology to Kim Jong Il for the hostile acts committed by the two American journalists against the DPRK after illegally intruding into it," the news agency reported. "Clinton courteously conveyed to Kim Jong Il an earnest request of the U.S. government to leniently pardon them and send them back home from a humanitarian point of view.

"The meetings had candid and in-depth discussions on the pending issues between the DPRK and the U.S. in a sincere atmosphere and reached a consensus of views on seeking a negotiated settlement of them."

To me, this doesn't look to be the work of a private citizen, but someone that was acting on behalf of the U.S. goverment to negotiate.

Again, this is something our Secretary of State should be doing. If Bill was over there just to seek the release of the two journalists, then that should be all he addressed. It wasn't.


LOL, what a sad person you are. You can just be glad two fellow citizens were released. Pathetic.
 
2009-08-04 06:09:45 PM  

Sir Roderick Ponce von Fontlebottom: What's that about about hot asian chicks in skin-tight rubber?

/Took this long?


It's PVC.
 
NGM
2009-08-04 06:09:57 PM  
God, I would spread for Bill Clinton in the biggest way. He's so gaddamn impressive..
 
2009-08-04 06:10:03 PM  

smeegle: SupremeLeader: smeegle: ratdog99: Think what you will of Bill, but if you have ever seen him in person, you have to concede that the SOB has charisma and charm in spades (even if he does have a particular attraction to fat chicks.)

Agreed, I liked him and don't care about the sexual transgression.
Heard him talk in Indy. Awesome orator.

It's not about the looks, it's about the blowjobs.
Besides, his vision is probably impaired.

It was about the words.


It was all about Jesus.
 
2009-08-04 06:10:43 PM  
Jong looks like he's ready to die tomorrow.

Did the Big Dog slip a word in his ear that, unofficially of course, the U.S. would not screw with his boy for twelve to eighteen months if he behaved himself?

So many interesting possibilities.
 
2009-08-04 06:10:44 PM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: These are also the words of the NK news agency as related by CNN. Do you honestly trust anything they say? They're worse than our news outlets by leaps and bounds.


No, but again...this is how North Korea is perceiving this. Basically, whether we sent Hillary OR Bill, the end result for North Korea is the same...they think they negotiated with the U.S.

Now...ask yourself this. If we had sent Hillary, do you think they would have released the journalists?

As I said earlier, Clinton did well to get the hostages released, but I do want to point out how much Hillary has ridden Bill's coattails, and how ineffective she is and would be if she was ever elected president.
 
2009-08-04 06:11:27 PM  
In one day, too. Clinton is the man..
 
2009-08-04 06:11:41 PM  

PascalsGhost: stvdallas: As I said earlier, it worked, and good for Bill.

For those of you saying that this was unofficial, perhaps it could be considered as such. I think North Korea might view that differently based on what was discussed.

However, this is from the CNN article:

Clinton expressed words of sincere apology to Kim Jong Il for the hostile acts committed by the two American journalists against the DPRK after illegally intruding into it," the news agency reported. "Clinton courteously conveyed to Kim Jong Il an earnest request of the U.S. government to leniently pardon them and send them back home from a humanitarian point of view.

"The meetings had candid and in-depth discussions on the pending issues between the DPRK and the U.S. in a sincere atmosphere and reached a consensus of views on seeking a negotiated settlement of them."

To me, this doesn't look to be the work of a private citizen, but someone that was acting on behalf of the U.S. goverment to negotiate.

Again, this is something our Secretary of State should be doing. If Bill was over there just to seek the release of the two journalists, then that should be all he addressed. It wasn't.

LOL, what a sad person you are. You can just be glad two fellow citizens were released. Pathetic.


Disinformation Descentformation is patriotic, dontcha know?
 
2009-08-04 06:13:12 PM  

SupremeLeader: Blowmonkey: Bush could've done that, but he was busy clearing brush and working on his autobiography. Or ineptly whimpering in a corner, please let it be that one.

/Clinton rocks

Bush clearing brush at Crawford was such a stupid media stunt that it's surprising how few actually questioned it.


Not if you consider how stupid the country is.
 
2009-08-04 06:15:27 PM  

stvdallas: Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: These are also the words of the NK news agency as related by CNN. Do you honestly trust anything they say? They're worse than our news outlets by leaps and bounds.

No, but again...this is how North Korea is perceiving this. Basically, whether we sent Hillary OR Bill, the end result for North Korea is the same...they think they negotiated with the U.S.

Now...ask yourself this. If we had sent Hillary, do you think they would have released the journalists?

As I said earlier, Clinton did well to get the hostages released, but I do want to point out how much Hillary has ridden Bill's coattails, and how ineffective she is and would be if she was ever elected president.


So you are glad that we got the hostages and the right thing was done but this just proves how bad Hillary Clinton sucks.

Seriously bro, kill yourself. You are just taking up space and air and intelligent productive person could be using.
 
2009-08-04 06:16:03 PM  

PascalsGhost: SupremeLeader: Blowmonkey: Bush could've done that, but he was busy clearing brush and working on his autobiography. Or ineptly whimpering in a corner, please let it be that one.

/Clinton rocks

Bush clearing brush at Crawford was such a stupid media stunt that it's surprising how few actually questioned it.

Not if you consider how stupid the country is.


It was a very post-literate moment in media history.

Let's take the old show "Dallas" and try to make it look as if this retarded, inbred New England aristocrat is actually a self-made oil man and good ol' boy.

And it worked! It actually worked!
FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU...
 
2009-08-04 06:16:14 PM  

stvdallas: No, but again...this is how North Korea is perceiving this. Basically, whether we sent Hillary OR Bill, the end result for North Korea is the same...they think they negotiated with the U.S.

Now...ask yourself this. If we had sent Hillary, do you think they would have released the journalists?

As I said earlier, Clinton did well to get the hostages released, but I do want to point out how much Hillary has ridden Bill's coattails, and how ineffective she is and would be if she was ever elected president.


There hasn't been a US Sec/state to visit NK in almost a decade and Hilary going under the current circumstances wasn;t an option. Who gives a shiat what NK thinks? He's gonna tell the population whatever the hell he wants and they have no way of knowing anything different.
 
2009-08-04 06:16:17 PM  

SupremeLeader: Then look at my pirate boner, ye mighty, and despair!


IT CASTS A SHADOW!
 
2009-08-04 06:16:50 PM  
Asian chicks, whatever. The only good thing about them is that you can kill one in your hotel room and really nobody will notice.
 
2009-08-04 06:16:59 PM  
Two Asian chicks. At the same time, no less.
 
2009-08-04 06:18:17 PM  
As a proud conservative who has never been a big fan of Clinton, I have to give credit where credit is do. This guy is a really good talker, a shrewd politician and still has a great deal of credibility with much of the world. If he wants to spend his time getting hostages released and he can make it happen, then awesome. As long as we do not have members of the current administration shelling out benefits to nations which kidnap Americans, a diplomatic visit from a former president could and apparently does work. I say that we should send him out to deal with the midget in Iran who has a few idiot Americans who went "hiking" into Iran held hostage. If Clinton can do this twice in a row, he will be a hero in my opinion.
Never voted for him, but has a big thumbs up with this one.

BTW: Next time they try to arrest our journalists we should go carpet bombing with bunker busters in the few parts of the country with electricity.
 
2009-08-04 06:18:18 PM  

Weigard: Asian chicks, whatever. The only good thing about them is that you can kill one in your hotel room and really nobody will notice.


They are also easy to spot at Renaissance Fair events.
Someone always find the chink in the armor.
 
2009-08-04 06:18:52 PM  

PascalsGhost: Not if you consider how stupid the country is.


No shiat... we just elected an empty suit for the most important job on Earth.

/BTW, good jorb Slick Willie!!
 
2009-08-04 06:19:52 PM  

JohnBigBootay: Plus, you get to enjoy the same link sent in dozens of times and scores of zero-comment threads! I got sponsored a couple of times and I just don't get it. If totalfark was regular fark, I'd pay the $5 a month to get the one I have now. I've long thought Drew has it backwards.


The best part of TF is the access to the greened threads long before they get posted to the general population. This is often when the best conversation and debate occurs.
 
2009-08-04 06:20:38 PM  

TheRedMonkey: How was the claim idiotic? Because you disagree with me illustrating that Bush was attacked no matter the deed for someone's political gain the same that people will attack and spin this event the same way? You are a jackass.


TheRedMonkey: Every time Bush did anything he was attacked. Do you really need an example or did you sleep the last 8 years?


That is what you said. It sounds idiotic to anyone that was paying attention.
 
2009-08-04 06:20:39 PM  

stvdallas: Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: These are also the words of the NK news agency as related by CNN. Do you honestly trust anything they say? They're worse than our news outlets by leaps and bounds.

No, but again...this is how North Korea is perceiving this. Basically, whether we sent Hillary OR Bill, the end result for North Korea is the same...they think they negotiated with the U.S.

Now...ask yourself this. If we had sent Hillary, do you think they would have released the journalists?

As I said earlier, Clinton did well to get the hostages released, but I do want to point out how much Hillary has ridden Bill's coattails, and how ineffective she is and would be if she was ever elected president.


Well, yeah, but this is also a country that perceives its leader as a god. They're gonna see things how they wanna see them no matter what we do or who we send. You can't reason crazy people into sanity. What we need is weaponized thorazine.

And I have no basis upon which to judge Sec. Clinton's effectiveness, but, you're free to assert she would be a bad president. I didn't vote for her in the primaries, so I guess I agree with you.
 
2009-08-04 06:21:02 PM  
Should have had Jesse go over there and bring them back. That way KJ thinks he got a big reaction and an important visit so he lets them go, but the rest of us know he got squat 'cause Jesse don't matter around here anymore.
 
2009-08-04 06:21:12 PM  

Phil Herup: PascalsGhost: Not if you consider how stupid the country is.

No shiat... we just elected an empty suit for the most important job on Earth.




starsmedia.ign.com

Ohohohohohoh! Is funny because you're bitter!
 
2009-08-04 06:22:33 PM  

Phil Herup: No shiat... we just elected an empty suit for the most important job on Earth


Wait, is it somehow 2001 again? Cause I'm not sure who you're referring to.
 
2009-08-04 06:22:55 PM  

JohnBigBootay: There hasn't been a US Sec/state to visit NK in almost a decade and Hilary going under the current circumstances wasn;t an option. Who gives a shiat what NK thinks? He's gonna tell the population whatever the hell he wants and they have no way of knowing anything different.


10 years is nothing, and it doesn't mean we can't or shouldn't start negotiating with them now. In fact, we just did by sending Bill. If you think this was "unofficial", you're not very bright. Bill went with the full knowledge and blessings of our President and Secretary of State. The fact that he discussed other issues than just the hostages proves that. Did he have an official designation? No, but that is semantics. He was perceived by the Koreans as being official, and though it may not matter to you, it does matter to them.

I ask again. Bill was able to get this done, and quite easily. Hillary could have easily gone as a representative (semantics to send Bill), but that brings me back to the big question.

If Hillary had gone, do you think the hostages would have been released? Answer honestly...you don't have to answer here...just in your head.
 
2009-08-04 06:23:13 PM  

Phil Herup: PascalsGhost: Not if you consider how stupid the country is.

No shiat... we just elected an empty suit for the most important job on Earth.

/BTW, good jorb Slick Willie!!


Thank you for at least acknowledging this is a great thing.


SupremeLeader: PascalsGhost: SupremeLeader: Blowmonkey: Bush could've done that, but he was busy clearing brush and working on his autobiography. Or ineptly whimpering in a corner, please let it be that one.

/Clinton rocks

Bush clearing brush at Crawford was such a stupid media stunt that it's surprising how few actually questioned it.

Not if you consider how stupid the country is.

It was a very post-literate moment in media history.

Let's take the old show "Dallas" and try to make it look as if this retarded, inbred New England aristocrat is actually a self-made oil man and good ol' boy.

And it worked! It actually worked!
FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU...


They have to have no respect at all for the common voter. How could you? I mean, seriously, think about it.
 
2009-08-04 06:24:23 PM  

stvdallas: JohnBigBootay: There hasn't been a US Sec/state to visit NK in almost a decade and Hilary going under the current circumstances wasn;t an option. Who gives a shiat what NK thinks? He's gonna tell the population whatever the hell he wants and they have no way of knowing anything different.

10 years is nothing, and it doesn't mean we can't or shouldn't start negotiating with them now. In fact, we just did by sending Bill. If you think this was "unofficial", you're not very bright. Bill went with the full knowledge and blessings of our President and Secretary of State. The fact that he discussed other issues than just the hostages proves that. Did he have an official designation? No, but that is semantics. He was perceived by the Koreans as being official, and though it may not matter to you, it does matter to them.

I ask again. Bill was able to get this done, and quite easily. Hillary could have easily gone as a representative (semantics to send Bill), but that brings me back to the big question.

If Hillary had gone, do you think the hostages would have been released? Answer honestly...you don't have to answer here...just in your head.


LOL, what a dumbass. Jesus Christ.
 
2009-08-04 06:24:50 PM  

stvdallas: I ask again. Bill was able to get this done, and quite easily. Hillary could have easily gone as a representative (semantics to send Bill), but that brings me back to the big question.

If Hillary had gone, do you think the hostages would have been released? Answer honestly...you don't have to answer here...just in your head.


Yep, but since Hillary can't go due to, you know, us not having normal relations with them it's a moot point. And I'm surprised you're doing so well at reading North Korea's collective mind. It must be tough! Maybe you should work for the state department!
 
2009-08-04 06:26:08 PM  

stvdallas: If Hillary had gone, do you think the hostages would have been released? Answer honestly...you don't have to answer here...just in your head.


Probably. All they wanted was the PR.
 
2009-08-04 06:27:57 PM  

jdmac: As a proud conservative who has never been a big fan of Clinton, I have to give credit where credit is do. This guy is a really good talker, a shrewd politician and still has a great deal of credibility with much of the world. If he wants to spend his time getting hostages released and he can make it happen, then awesome. As long as we do not have members of the current administration shelling out benefits to nations which kidnap Americans, a diplomatic visit from a former president could and apparently does work. I say that we should send him out to deal with the midget in Iran who has a few idiot Americans who went "hiking" into Iran held hostage. If Clinton can do this twice in a row, he will be a hero in my opinion.
Never voted for him, but has a big thumbs up with this one.

BTW: Next time they try to arrest our journalists we should go carpet bombing with bunker busters in the few parts of the country with electricity.


You haven't left your trailer in thirty years have you? You deserve to be mocked, at length, for your ignorance.
 
2009-08-04 06:28:16 PM  

cameroncrazy1984: stvdallas: I ask again. Bill was able to get this done, and quite easily. Hillary could have easily gone as a representative (semantics to send Bill), but that brings me back to the big question.

If Hillary had gone, do you think the hostages would have been released? Answer honestly...you don't have to answer here...just in your head.

Yep, but since Hillary can't go due to, you know, us not having normal relations with them it's a moot point. And I'm surprised you're doing so well at reading North Korea's collective mind. It must be tough! Maybe you should work for the state department!


So, these ladies have been cooling their heels in NK prison for 4-5 months, but the negotiations couldn't have gone through the proper channels? We have relations with North Korea through the six member coalition. We could have approached Sweden and asked for them back. We did not need to send anyone at all to North Korea.
 
2009-08-04 06:29:40 PM  

The_Six_Fingered_Man: cameroncrazy1984: stvdallas: I ask again. Bill was able to get this done, and quite easily. Hillary could have easily gone as a representative (semantics to send Bill), but that brings me back to the big question.

If Hillary had gone, do you think the hostages would have been released? Answer honestly...you don't have to answer here...just in your head.

Yep, but since Hillary can't go due to, you know, us not having normal relations with them it's a moot point. And I'm surprised you're doing so well at reading North Korea's collective mind. It must be tough! Maybe you should work for the state department!

So, these ladies have been cooling their heels in NK prison for 4-5 months, but the negotiations couldn't have gone through the proper channels? We have relations with North Korea through the six member coalition. We could have approached Sweden and asked for them back. We did not need to send anyone at all to North Korea.


You'd be crying like a biatch if they held you for a day. Pussies are hilarious.
 
2009-08-04 06:31:17 PM  

The_Six_Fingered_Man: cameroncrazy1984: stvdallas: I ask again. Bill was able to get this done, and quite easily. Hillary could have easily gone as a representative (semantics to send Bill), but that brings me back to the big question.

If Hillary had gone, do you think the hostages would have been released? Answer honestly...you don't have to answer here...just in your head.

Yep, but since Hillary can't go due to, you know, us not having normal relations with them it's a moot point. And I'm surprised you're doing so well at reading North Korea's collective mind. It must be tough! Maybe you should work for the state department!

So, these ladies have been cooling their heels in NK prison for 4-5 months, but the negotiations couldn't have gone through the proper channels? We have relations with North Korea through the six member coalition. We could have approached Sweden and asked for them back. We did not need to send anyone at all to North Korea.


It's good thing people like you are not in charge anymore.
 
2009-08-04 06:32:15 PM  

PascalsGhost: The_Six_Fingered_Man: cameroncrazy1984: stvdallas: I ask again. Bill was able to get this done, and quite easily. Hillary could have easily gone as a representative (semantics to send Bill), but that brings me back to the big question.

If Hillary had gone, do you think the hostages would have been released? Answer honestly...you don't have to answer here...just in your head.

Yep, but since Hillary can't go due to, you know, us not having normal relations with them it's a moot point. And I'm surprised you're doing so well at reading North Korea's collective mind. It must be tough! Maybe you should work for the state department!

So, these ladies have been cooling their heels in NK prison for 4-5 months, but the negotiations couldn't have gone through the proper channels? We have relations with North Korea through the six member coalition. We could have approached Sweden and asked for them back. We did not need to send anyone at all to North Korea.

You'd be crying like a biatch if they held you for a day. Pussies are hilarious.


Ok then champ. Cause you know exactly how long I would last. Do you ever get tired of being psychic? If two women can last 5 months, I'm pretty sure that I can last more than a day without bursting into tears. Especially if I was in China filming North Korea.

BTW: When did you become Editor in Chief of Internet Tough Guy Magazine?
 
2009-08-04 06:32:52 PM  

stvdallas: If Hillary had gone, do you think the hostages would have been released? Answer honestly...you don't have to answer here...just in your head.


My honest answer is I think you have issues with women and I think a mediocre dominatrix could extract your life savings from you in less than 30 days.
 
2009-08-04 06:33:17 PM  

The_Six_Fingered_Man: We could have approached Sweden and asked for them back.


How do you know we didn't?
 
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