Report 1 - Corey Cohen SMPA 155 Transcript In the year 2000...

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Corey Cohen SMPA 155 9/30/09 Transcript “In the year 2000, in an effort to stop North Korea from building nuclear weapons, President Clinton’s Secretary of State Madeline Albright gave North Korean leader Kim Jung Il a basketball signed by Michael Jordan. The Democrats thought her gift had two major results. The first was this (Nuclear weapon going off) And the second was this (Kim Jung Il dunking a basketball for comedic effect). In a post 9-11 world making nice to our enemies will not make them nice to us. On the contrary to them it is a sign of weakness. (Kum-by-ya my lord music plays the rest of the time). The Democrats have their own ideas on how to stop North Korea from building nuclear weapons (Albright mowing lawn). Some people think the terrorists will change their ways if we only show our good intentions. No matter what we do, the fact remains, there is evil in the world. History has taught us that evil needs to be confronted, not appeased. Evil dictators will be evil dictators, no matter what we do. Unlike basketball, the security of the United States is not a game. Can we afford a party that
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