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N. Korean Consequences?

By Peter Andrew ConservativeAmerican.org

 

Hillary - Tough on N Korea?

Hillary – Tough on N Korea?

Very late in the evening, Hillary Clinton arrived at her hotel room. It had been a long day. While settling in, she realized she couldn’t find them. They were important and she didn’t know where they were. She looked for them until the early morning hours.

Finally, she made a phone call to the White House. It was that ‘3:00 A.M. phone call’ and President Obama was the one who answered. “Mr. President, I’m sorry to bother you so early in the morning, but I can’t find them.”

“You can’t find them? Have you looked everywhere?” Asked a nervous President Obama.

“Yes, Mr. President. I thought perhaps you might have them?” She feared his answer.

“Me? No, I don’t have them. I don’t even know what they are. I guess it’s time to make the phone call. What time is it over there anyway?” The President asked.

“Not sure,” Hillary responded. “But I’ll make the call to Nancy in China and get back to you.” Hanging up the phone, she got the number and called House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in China. “Nancy? It’s Hillary. I can’t find them anywhere. Do you know where they are?”

A tired Nancy Pelosi responded, “I don’t have them. I don’t even know what they are. But, I’ll take care of it. I’ll ask the Chinese leadership to find them so it seems like we actually meant what we said.” She hung up the phone and did as promised.

Find them? What ‘them?’ C’mon. You knowthe consequences President Obama and Hillary Clinton have told North Korea are on the way. What consequences? Anything more than just words from the U.N.? Will therereally be any consequences? Not from the Obama Administration or the democrat-socialists. So now what?

Now, The Hill reports “House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday pressed China’s leaders to help prod North Korea to the negotiating table.” There they are! That’s it. That’s the dreaded consequences North Korea must now face. They are being invited back to the bargaining table for more talk, more words, and more chances to break more promises. Those are the amazing consequences threatened by the Obama Administration. Scared? No? Neither is North Korea. In fact, they’re likely laughing quite a bit over this one.

More from The Hill: “Pelosi said in her statement…“We urged the Chinese leaders to use their influence to help bring North Korea to the table for Six-Party Talks.”…The six parties in the talks are the U.S., China, Russia, Japan, South Korea and North Korea, which pulled out of those negotiations and has vowed not to return. China has been seen as the closest government to North Korea among the five other countries involved in the negotiations.”

I guess since China owns so much of our national debt, we have to clear our threats and so-called consequences with them now.

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