October 9, 2006, - 11:43 am

“Provocative Act”?!: No, It’s an Act of WAR

By Debbie Schlussel
Well, I’m sure relieved to note that the Bush Administration has their script straight. This morning, White House Spokesman Tony Snow and President Bush both called North Korea’s testing, last night, of Taepodong-2 Missiles, “a provocative act.”
But, as we’ve noted, Condoleeza Rice used that same term back in June when they tested missiles then. And where did it get her? Nowhere. As we noted then, calling it a “provocative act,” is a bit of an understatement.
What one sees in a porno flick is “a provocative act.” Testing missiles that can easily reach our shores is an ACT OF WAR.

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Provocative Act; Act of War (Taepodong-2 Missile)

Time to treat it accordingly, instead of using euphemisms best reserved for XXX movies, not missiles with deadly consequences.
This is not “Fatal Attraction.” It’s just fatal.
Staying on message doesn’t help if the message is a weak and empty one. Referring it to the useless U.N. is a cop-out–as it has been on Iraq, Iran, Sudan, etc., etc., ad nauseam.

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Debbie…I’m questioning the entire concept of “civilian control of the military”. We develop hundreds of billions in high tech weapons technology and then lack the will to use it when needed by placing mental dwarfs, feminists and eunichs in control. No better current example than Condaleeza Rice’s track record of failed attempts at foreign policy.
A second excellant example…some may be old enough to recall…Bill Clinton’s VERY FIRST act as president was an attempt to open the floodgates of military service to homosexuals. Yes…”queer” the military and turn it into yet another privileged sanctuary for the depraved elements of society.
Civilian control is clearly a very serious problem.

joesixpack31 on October 9, 2006 at 12:56 pm

Debbie I wish you’d stop saying they tested a missile last night. It was an underground test of a supposed nuclear device.
Having said that, we test missiles that can reach their shores all the time. Is that an act of war?

gregdn on October 9, 2006 at 4:32 pm

“we test missiles that can reach their shores all the time. Is that an act of war?”
Are you serious? Would you equate a cop taking target practice with a criminal taking target practice? Following WW2, for many years we had a monopoly on nuclear weapons. If we are as evil as the Left paints us, why didn’t we tell the world to surrender or die? We had the power to conquer the entire world. We didn’t. Our Communist enemies would not have done the same thing. They would have killed as many people as necessary to create their Marxist Utopia. Stalin broke more than a few eggs in the Soviet Union. If he alone possessed the A-Bomb he would have broken millions more all over the world.

FreethinkerNY on October 9, 2006 at 11:38 pm

The latest report is it, The Norks Nuke test may have been a dud, all fizz and no pop. But according to Greg this is no big deal afterall the evil Americans have the bomb why not a little jerk-water country like the Norks should have one as well.
But Greg and his fellow travelers don’t understand is this little cretin will sell his nuke to Irans’, Ahmadinnerweeniejob and guess where this cretin will launch a nuke, Downtown Tel-Aiv, or a dirty bomb to some moron named Abu, who believes the 72 virgins are waiting for him.
Bill Clinton and Madaline “I can legpress 400 pounds” Albright are the prime reasons these sawed off slopes even have a nuke program.
Debbie is right, we should launch an Air-Strike ala Israel over Iraq, and take out their their third rate facility.

mark on October 10, 2006 at 10:37 am

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