Yesterday, six nations from the UN Security Council issued a draft statement condemning North Korea for its missile launch. Coby Dillard wonders: why doesn't USA go after North Korea as it did Iraq.
The black conservative Republican blogger argues that statements don't do the trick:
"My logic for such action is based on two things:
- We already know the North Koreans (hereby reduced to Norks) have tested at least one nuclear weapon. How many they possess is unknown.
- The missile test they just conducted puts them in violation of UN Resolution 1718 - passed after the nuclear test - that said the Norks must 'not conduct any further nuclear test or launch of a ballistic missile', 'suspend all activities related to its ballistic missile programme' and 'abandon all nuclear weapons and existing nuclear programmes in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner'.