We get an insight into the way a “President Maxine Waters” would respond to the current situation in North Korea, a path not too far removed from the one that Hussein Obama pursued and which Susan Rice and DNI Clapper are currently advocating.
She says, “The United States State Department must be staffed up to deal in diplomacy. We cannot afford to be in a war and I want us to be very careful, very alert to what is happening and to avoid war. And so I think we can do this with some diplomacy.” Of course she’s an advocate of more talking regardless of the circumstances.
One crazy person to another, maybe Waters should go to Pyongyang as a special envoy herself and more talking a try. What’s the worst that could happen? Kim would kidnap her? Even he’s not that crazy. He might kill her – we’ll send our condolences to her survivors.
She says “We’ve got to have Tillerson, who is our Secretary of State, get those positions filled for deputy, for assistant, so that we can engage with North Korea.” Everybody should have known when the dems started obstructing nominations that if those two positions weren’t filled at the State Department, Kim would start launching ballistic missiles. Great insight, Waters, you saw it where nobody else did.
She went on to say, ‘I believe that North Korea is interesting [sic] threats,” whatever that means, “to the United States, but I think that there’s some things that they want from us and we have to find out whether not [sic] we can work with them on the things that they’re asking for.” Maybe a James Brown wig?
They’re not asking for anything you idiot, they’re demanding and threatening to blow up parts of our country, perhaps targeting Los Angeles during your House recess. It’s a horrific thought but one which wouldn’t be without at least one, perhaps more, silver linings to the mushroom cloud.
The woman who has been attacking President Trump and vowing to force him out of office says, “This is not the time to go bluffing and threatening,” two topics she knows quite a bit about, “this is a time for diplomacy.”
It sounds like she sees it as a time for capitulation and rewarding bad behavior, encouraging other nations to likewise develop their nuclear programs so they could hold the world hostage and issue extortion demands as well.
If she does go to Pyongyang to make a deal with Kim, Waters should make it a “bipartisan” affair by taking Mitch McConnell with her. Nobody is better at negotiating a surrender than McConnell and, as is the case with her, if things didn’t work out and he didn’t make it back, it would be no real loss. Things might actually get done in the Senate. Better take Schumer too, and Elizabeth Warren, “just to make sure.”
Opportunities like this don’t come around every day.
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