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What about South Korea?

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Submitted by J. A. Tillman (United States), Nov 14, 2002 at 17:31

At this juncture, we have no solid proof that Saddam Hussein is developing nuclear or biological weapons or in fact, is planning anything that poses a threat to his neighbors.

On the other hand, North Korea freely admits to a nuclear missile program which it won't discontinue until we have been thoroughily blackmailed out of big bucks.

India has nuclear weapons and Pakistan as well. A conflagration between these two could plunge a good piece of the world into a nightmare.

I'll back Bush on vague suspicions about Iraq if he threatens immediate action against North Korea, a hard-line Communist regime with a history of brutality and which represents a danger far greater than Iraq.
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