U.S. Warns North Korea Not To Test Missile

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U.S. Warns North Korea Not To Test Missile

The White House warned North Korea that if it went ahead with a planned long-range missile test, the United States would withhold food aid from the nation. What do you think?

  • "Unfortunately, Kim Jong-un has no incentive to call off the weapons test after learning the USAID high-nutrient biscuits aren't chocolate-dipped or sprinkle-covered."

    Karen Vidal
    Systems Analyst
  • "I say let them go ahead with the test. There's a good chance of this being really hilarious when it doesn't work."

    Sebastian Howard
    Placer
  • "North Korea has a legitimate need to defend itself against itself."

    Jeff Sexton
    Rodding Machine Tender