Some Reward

John Bolton’s mustache is twitching:

The Obama administration is rewarding North Korea for its bad behavior by sending ex-president Bill Clinton to Pyongyang to win the release of two US journalists, the former US ambassador to the UN said Tuesday.

Let me get this straight: two innocent people who were sentenced to 12 years of hard labor are now free and safe, and all we, the people of the United States, had to sacrifice was Bill Clinton’s company for a day? No one tell Kim Jong-il I said this, but sucker!

9 thoughts on “Some Reward”

  1. Why ANYBODY listens to a single word that Bolton says is beyond me. This mustache that walks like a man is a complete and utter imbecile. You can bet your bottom dollar that if hypocrite Bolton was looking at twelve years of hard labor he'd be praying for somebody to come bail him out…..

  2. America lost a golden opportunity – we should have traded John Bolton for the two journalists.

  3. With photos of the ex-President hobnobbing with these Stalinist monsters, the NK regime can front (to its own people, no one else cares) that the U.S. has officially certified the women as spies and put some big tokens on the table to gain their release. No details about such concessions will be explained, of course; North Korea has never been forthcoming with its valiant proletarian ant farm, and won't start, now. These two, somewhat careless journalists are free, and that's the only thing that matters, as well as providing a reminder NK is as approachable as a scorpion nest.

  4. Only in the twisted mind of Bolton could the saving of two innocents from the horrors and brutalization of a dozen years in a gulag be seen as a bad thing. Why does anybody even listen to anything Bolton even has to say.

  5. Forgive my superficiality. My main concern is aesthetic. I don't know who looks closer to death: Bill Clinton or Kim Jong-il. What a nasty photo. I guess that was the intention.

  6. With photos of the ex-President hobnobbing with these Stalinist monsters, the NK regime can front (to its own people, no one else cares) that the U.S. has officially certified the women as spies and put some big tokens on the table to gain their release. No details about such imaginary concessions will be explained, of course; North Korea has never been forthcoming with its valiant proletarian ant farm, and won't start now. The GOP will try to blunt the positives of Obama's "Iran hostages moment" with abrasive catcalls that he secretly gave away the farm, blah, blah, blah. We have become a country of transactional hyperbole. These two, somewhat careless journalists are free, and that's the only thing that matters, as well as providing a reminder NK is as approachable as a scorpion nest.

  7. John Bolton is a warmongering swine, a chickenhawk who avoided service during Vietnam. Of course, that doesn’t stop him from urging more war(s)–for other people to fight.

    I salute former President “Blow Jo

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