Former US president George W. Bush said Saturday the five nations involved in nuclear disarmament talks with North Korea must send a unified warning against Pyongyang's continued defiance.
This statement reminds me of a classic line from one of the comedian Ron White's standup routines: "you can't fix stupid"
First, North Korea is a client state of China, and China is its largest trading partner. For anything here to work in terms of negotiations must have China behind it one thousand percent.
And it appears that Bush is already suffering from acute, selective amnesia regarding the actions of his administration.
Bush gave North Korea and the world a masterful lesson about what happens to countries without a solid nuclear deterrent through his invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq.