fucking hell, Norbizness… Tell it like it is:
This seems like a rational foreign policy if you were, say, Nepal. Countries whose arsenals of weapons had been destroyed a decade ago and who couldn’t deliver the goods even if they had them should be invaded, bombed, and built back up again, but countries with actual ICBMs and nuclear weapons can be effectively deterred with missile shields. Then again, I guess Kim Jong Il never tried to kill his dad. I never fully take the Hamlet Factor into account when trying to explain a $150 billion morass.
But I guess trying to make sense of this sort of head-scratching buffoonery is pointless when you’re dealing with a popular wartime President.
uhm… hoo…. Respect….