Then, again, President Bush’s policy

Then, again, President Bush’s policy towards North Korea could be worse. He could be following the advice of Richard Cohen of the Washington Post. The perpetually clueless Cohen has this to say: “Certainly, the Clinton administration’s agreement with North Korea could have been improved. But Bush has not done that. He has left it a shambles — with nothing to take its place.” So there you have it. In Cohen’s world, and the world of his fellow liberals, our problems with North Korea stem from imperfections in the Clinton agreement, not from the fact that North Korea is hell-bent on acquiring nuclear weapons and has no intention of abiding by any agreement, whatever its quality.

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