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The world respects U.S. more with Obama in White House

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Obama said he had made clear the reclusive Stalinist state should "stop the launch" or the US would "take appropriate steps to let North Korea know that it can't threaten the safety and security of other countries with impunity".

Kim Jong-il's response to Obama:

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Don't you just feel the respect that Barry inspires?

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Kim Jong-il's response to Obama:

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Don't you just feel the respect that Barry inspires?

Don't worry, I hear his buddies at the UN are thinking about drafting KJI a strongly worded letter. That'll show 'em.

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We should definitely invade North Korea to show them who's boss.

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We should definitely invade North Korea to show them who's boss.

Don't think we'll have to.

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Respect is for pussies. Hopefully we'll just be feared like the good ol' days.

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I think BO will invite KJI to go on The View for a heart to heart debate about policy and the new summer fashions. That'll show him who's boss.

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How'd Bush do with all that? Clinton? Bush I? Reagan? Carter? Ford? Nixon?

It's amazing that North Korea has been able to develop the atomic bomb and all this rocketry out of simple disrespect for Obama! Those industrious little Asians!

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I think BO will invite KJI to go on The View for a heart to heart debate about policy and the new summer fashions. That'll show him who's boss.

KJI will refuse. He has a son in the Special Olympics.

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Or maybe Barry and Kim can do a Top 10 list together on David Letterman?

The Top 10 Reasons Communism Sucks and Socialism Gets You Laid in Europe

This way Barry could rely on Letterman to talk tough on his behalf.

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