Friday, February 11, 2005

Analyst Mentions Liberation (sort of)

As yours truly was putting today’s blog entry together, S. T. Karnick, senior editor of the Heartland Institute, threw in his own two cents about Stalinist North Korea in National Review Online. His solution: “The U.S. must simultaneously assure Pyongyang that we have no intention whatever of bringing down their government but that if North Korea does not suspend development of nuclear weapons we will indeed bring down their government.” This quarter would prefer he stick to liberation as the advised policy rather than tie himself in knots, but it’s a start.

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