Back in August of 2002, when Vice President Dick Cheney was advocating war with Iraq, he stated, “Time is not on our side. The risks of inaction are far greater than the risks of action.” We are still seeing the results of that today.
Recently, our United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley said Kim Jong Un is begging for war. On Sept. 17, she said, “The U.N. has pretty much exhausted all options on North Korea. I’m perfectly happy kicking this over to General Mattis because he has plenty of military options.”
On Sept. 17, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said, “We don’t have a lot of time left.” We don’t have a lot of time left until what? Until North Korea hits us or one of our allies with a nuclear weapon? That will not happen. Kim Jong Un knows that would be the end of him and his regime.
I can’t believe we will initiate military action against North Korea, at the cost of thousands of innocent American, South Korean and North Korean civilian lives. I did not believe we would attack Iraq either. I hope I’m not wrong again.