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How seriously should we take North Korea’s threats to attack U.S. and South Korean targets?

Very. The new regime is even more unstable than the previous one and will strike any day.
54% (949 votes)
Somewhat. The appearance of U.S. missile forces on Guam will neutralize any attack, but the message will have been sent.
27% (478 votes)
Not really. North Korea is simply conducting its annual protest of U.S.-South Korea military exercises as propaganda stunt.
10% (170 votes)
Not at all. This is just Kim Jong Un’s attempt to prove he can rattle sabers as well as his father did.
9% (155 votes)
Total votes: 1752

 

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frankraney

April 4, 2013 - 7:00pm

We should take it serious enough we should already have a crew on the way to assassinate him, and his regimen.

Wildweasel

April 4, 2013 - 7:19pm

The best defense in a good offense, give them a taste of what we will do.

cegeyer

April 4, 2013 - 8:23pm

With an already downsized military and more to come added to a President who would rather apologize than show force, North Korea will definitely try something.

machinegunhill

April 4, 2013 - 10:10pm

We SHOULD take it seriously - but will we???
Sunk a SK ship, Fired missiles, Fired on an island and killed a couple of people.

No - we didn't take those seriously and the latest threat will be met with more the same. Sorry folks, nothing to see here. Move along.

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