April 3, 2013

North Korea is a problem guns might have to solve

This is a mobile post.  Don't expect any fancy formatting or an embedded photo.  I haven't mobile posted in a few years or a few phones. 

In any case, I don't have a lot to share except one observation.  Attention it seems has drifted from gun rights/gun safety to the apparently existential nuclear war threat from North Korea.   The irony is that there is a belligerent actor in the scenario and in order to prevent any dangerous attacks, the United States has ensured that it has armed itself effectively in order to counter any aggressive or hostile acts.

You know, because a well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.


  1. Dean,

    I've said this a thousand times, but it bears repeating because there is in fact a "bad actor" involved in this scenario.

    Like it or not, NK does have a nuke. NK does have a missile that can deliver that nuke at least into neighboring countries. We have at roughly 35,000 troops stationed in NK. As one cannot negotiate with madmen or zealots, one can assume they are in fact crazy enough to strike us.

    A belligerent mad man is bad enough, but couple that with a spineless leadership here in the states and it is a recipe for disaster. When all is said and done, that is the scenario that does worry me the most. Lob one into our troops in SK.

  2. I'm still of the mindset that this is posturing for concessions. The same posturing as before would not be sufficient to get concessions like before because it's been seen before. That said, the problem with escalating the antics in NK, eventually there's no room left to escalate but to carry out the threats. It's getting closer to that point. Hopefully we're not there yet.


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