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(MSNBC) NewsFlash Bill Clinton picks up two Asian chicks   ( divider line
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2009-08-05 03:12:37 PM  
These women aren't young chickies: they are both married women in their 30's, at least one of them has children. Now think about what they were doing, skulking along the North Korean border...should have known they were at least putting themselves in danger, no?

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2009-08-05 03:32:04 PM  

The_Six_Fingered_Man: Can't it be a bit of both? They should have served their time, but if a negotiation took place to have them released, it should have been Secretary Clinton that went, not her husband.

One more time, as has been explained a dozen times or more in this thread, but greatly simplified for the people who cannot grasp the concept:

The United States and its' government DOES NOT have official diplomatic relations with North Korea.

Because the United States and its' government does not have official diplomatic relations with North Korea, they CANNOT send anyone who is currently an official of the United States Government to North Korea, for any reason, unless it were for the purpose of establishing official diplomatic relations with North Korea.

Hillary Rodham Clinton is the current secretary of state.

The secretary of state is an official government position in the president's cabinet.

As an official government official, the secretary of state cannot officially go to North Korea, unless it were for the purpose of establishing official diplomatic relations with North Korea.

William J. Clinton is NOT a government official, but a private citizen. As a private citizen, and someone NOT in an official position with the United States government, he can ask for things without jeopardizing the current state of relations with North Korea.

One more time - HILLARY CLINTON COULD NOT GO TO NORTH KOREAuntil and if we establish normalized diplomatic relation. Neither could Biden, Geithner, or any other member of this administration.

Was that so difficult?
2009-08-05 05:45:00 PM  
With apologies to Quentin Tarantino.
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Who da man?
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