Worldview Item of the Day
North Korea has attempted another nuclear test, making this the second time in two-and-a-half years the nation has flaunted its international agreements and attempted to bully the world into doing what it wants.
The problem nations like North Korea and Iran present transcend politics. North Korea is a rouge state, now in possession of nuclear weapons, and I believe, unafraid to use them.
It is events like North Korea’s test that underline why it is so important for American voters to focus on the Constitutional work that the federal government is supposed to be fulfilling. While the economy and health care may seem important, they only serve as distractions to the threat North Korea poses to the western Pacific rim and the world.
Election Day 2010 is a little over fifteen months away. American voters would do well to pay attention to what is important between now and then.