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Obama salutes U.S. troops, condemns North Korea

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Obama is a great Commander in Chief.

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Sorry Obama, but it was indeed "die for a tie". And the blame lies squarely with Truman for not letting his commanders play hardball when the Chinese invaded in November 1950.

Democrat Prezzies have a habit of tying one arm behind the military's back don't they?

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I thought it still was a tie -unless you count NK sinking that last ship --> NK+1 then.

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Same old tired message. AQnd not particularly credible coming from such a windbag. When Kim Jong Un takes over things are going to get really interesting.

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Time for nk and sk to unite they are one nation in reality. US needs to leave they not helping the situation.

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When the land invasion of Japan did not happen -there were tons of armaments left over. As they say you should never let opportunity goto waste, but i am against these wars (debts) and the divisions (even among families) war causes.

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goodDonkey: "Obama is a great Commander in Chief."

What makes you say that, goodDonkey?

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I hope that the free Korea will never waver in the face of americanism.

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Obama is harder on Arizona than he is on the Stalinists in North Korea.

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We should send in Team america to take care of Kim Jong Il.

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