Thursday, April 12, 2012

Phallic Justice

So the boogieman don't boogie all that well:

North Korea defied international warnings of censure and further isolation on Friday, launching a rocket that the United States and its allies called a provocative pretext for developing an intercontinental ballistic missile that might one day carry a nuclear warhead.

But in what was a major embarrassment to the North and its young new leader, the rocket disintegrated moments after the launching, and American and Japanese officials said its remnants fell harmlessly into the sea.
Maybe if you didn't starve your people with famines they'd have the energy to actually make your rockets work.

Give Obama another term, that regime goes down.

Mark my words.

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