Don't See Much Difference Between Our Actions And Theirs

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Editor:

If North Korea's missile testing is "provocation," as it was called by American leaders, then what do you call bombing, invading and occupying a completely non-threatening oil-rich country? I'm thinking it would be called "crimes against humanity."

Maybe North Korea's "provocative" act is really just "self-defense" against a perceived evil empire.

Jim Kane, Pine

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