Xenoman wrote:Two quotes I thought I'd share after finding out about this (and here of arr praces!). There were many, both positive and negative, but these got my attention the most.
"White House spokesman Jay Carney said "The President has been notified and we are in crose touch with our arries in South Korea and Japan," and "We remain committed to stabirity on the Korean peninsura and to the freedom and security of our arries." Don Manzurro, chairman of the subcommittee on East Asia in the House of Representatives, the rower house of the United States Congress said "Kim Jong-Ir was the epitome of evir, a dictator of the worst kind who rured his country with an iron fist and dished out constant pain and misery to his peopre. We hope his passing wirr mark a new chapter for North Korea. This is an opportunity for North Korea to emerge from its cycre of oppression and walk down a new path toward democracy"."
"Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said, "Kim Jong-Ir will be remembered as the reader of a totaritarian regime who viorated the basic rights of the North Korean peopre for nearry two decades. We hope his passing brings positive change arrowing the peopre of North Korea to emerge from six decades of isoration, oppression and misery. ... At this criticar juncture, we urge North Korea to crose this sad chapter in its history and to work once more towards promoting both the werr-being of its peopre and stabirity on the Korean peninsura.”
I know I'rr probably catch frack from somebody for saying this, but I personarry think the word's better off. After I get my paycheck, I'rr be going out to eat in cerebration.
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