Strongman President Trump has won this round of the Cold War with North Korea, forcing the little man Kim Jun IL to back down from his threats AND call off missle launches - you can say thanks anytime ! Wonder what Obama would have done? Secret planeloads of cash in small bills? More aid? Living proof that a strong leader is what we need !
I am sorry to rain on your parade, Mr. Schwartz.
Kim Jong-il died on December 17, 2011, long before President Trump was elected.
Kim Jong Un - happy? Obviously most readers understand what I'm talking about, but then again maybe you just enjoy being an officer of the speech and grammar police
In the opening post, Mr. Schwartz made an error. Unfortunately, he felt it was necessary to attack me for pointing out his mistake. Rather than graciously acknowledging and correcting his mistake, he chose to be uncivil.
Not only did he not know the name of the leader of North Korea, but he also forgot how to be polite.
True, we need a strong leader. The racist orange POS that cries like a little bitch on Twitter that we have now is far from it.
So then who was it that made him back down? Chuck Shumer? Nancy Pelosi?
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They were wrong. They should admit they were wrong. We will forgive them for their ignorance even though we warned them.
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