Friday, August 7, 2009

Citizen Clinton reporting for duty

Fresh from a 'triumphal' engagement in Pyongyang, Citizen Clinton has already met with the US National Security Council [NSC], the co ordinating body of all US intelligence agencies. Citizen Clinton, after what is advertised as a 'private visit', a mission of mercy, was 'debriefed'. He will soon meet with president Barack Obama [BHO], to give an account of the 195 minutes he spent with the DPRK [Democratic People's Republic of Korea aka North Korea].
For the US public, no one has a klew whether it will be provided with a 'santised' version of Citizen Clinton's 'compte rendu' of his 20 hours in the DPRK, or any explanation at all.
For the time being, BHO continues reading from his administration's script that the USthey abide will not reward Kim Jong il & co. for their bad behaviour; that they return to the six party talks; and that abide by promises they agreed to concerning North Korea's nuclear programme.
And there we are, waiting for the other shoe to drop!

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