With apologies to Julie Brown.
The big news today is the nuclear testing that N. Korea did over the weekend. They've been over there screaming for some time that they had the ability for nukes, and we've more or less dismissed them. Now, they've tested it, trying to see what sort of reaction they'll get. They're like children -- children like to see how far they can push their boundaries.
If I were a betting man, I'd say that this will do nothing more than bring about another round of talks, negotiations, sanctions, and "tsk, tsk, bad communist dictator!" hand slapping.
I'm convinced that the only way some people in this country are going to wake up to the real threat our enemies pose is when something is finally fired our way that takes out part, if not all, of the United States.
Then it'll be too late. And when we all wake up the next morning as glowing, radioactive clams, the liberal clams will be pointing whatever passes as fingers on clams at President Bush, saying, "he didn't do enough to protect us".
If this is not taken seriously, I'm afraid it's going to be open season on the United States by everyone that hates us. Which is pretty much the entire world. Except Israel. And possibly England.
Am I being overly paranoid? I don't think so....
"And I will be even more undignified than this, and will be humble in my own sight." (2 Samuel 6:22)