Appears to be what Hot Flatulence’s resident glue sniffer, Taylor Millard, is trying to say in this commentary on President Trump maybe working with China to put some pressure on Kim Young’un, or whatever the heck the morbidly obese fuck’s name is.
I’m of two minds on this. It’s a good idea to engage in diplomacy with China on North Korea, as long as the North Koreans are involved in it. If the U.S. and China are going to gang up on Kim Jong-un and try to dictate what North Korea does and doesn’t do, then it’s an issue. I do not believe it is in the country’s best interest, or constitutional, to try to force other countries to bend to our will. [Emphasis ours - E.M.]
Quick, we need some of whatever the Hades it is that this Taylor is smoking.
So, er, “trying to force other countries to bend to our will” is now… unconstitutional?
Sorry ’bout that, Kaiser Wilhelm and Adolf, we done screwed up there, not to mention you, Emperor Hirohito. We really owe you a solid on that one!
Just exactly how much LSD do you have to gobble to become that transparently stupid?
Inquiring minds insist on knowing.
But you know what will work?
The best solution to the North Korea problem is two-fold: you let China engage with North Korea (since they are its primary economic backer) and you engage North Korea by letting various different companies go into the country to trade with its citizens. This promotes freedom and liberty by introducing free markets into North Korea, something they don’t have right now.
Bloody ‘Ell! Bugger us for a lark! That’s what we need to do!
“Here, Mr. Communist dictator known for refusing to embrace electricity and putting your citizens in death camps for as much as thinking about a Big Mac, why don’t you have a heaping helping of Apple Stores!”
He’ll jump for joy and be a true blue Big L Libertarian the week after next!
Hot Flatulence really needs to stop shaming and abusing this nation’s mentally ill people.
It may even be unconstitutional!