American Hostages Held in North Korea are Officially on Their Way Home. Another win for Trump. Despite all the caterwauling it appears North Korea could care less about the Iran Agreement.

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coach
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The three prisoners Trump got released from North Korea are three more than Obama Clinton Bush were able to free.

deepthinker
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Damnit there never was an Iran Agreement. It was nothing more than quagmire bull shit and smoke. The @#$%ing Iranians never ever signed it.

The leftist are all bent out of shape because President Trump is doing what Candidate Trump said he would do. GREAT, just like Regan

Extirpates
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Kim understands the much bigger button and his country could become the
world’s largest man made lake.

whiskeyriver
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This is what happens when we have a strong President. Anyone here old enough to remember when 52 Americans were held hostage in Iran for 444 days when Jimmy “Peanut Farmer” Carter was President? He was as big a limpdik as the Obummer but within a month after Reagan was elected they were released. The Shah was smart enough to understand that Reagan was not going to fool around. Release them or the shit was going to hit the fan. Good job President Trump. Watch the liberals try to credit that fool Obama that the negotiations he started led to these hostages release.

deepthinker
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Whiskey I remember it and the cardigan sweater and rocking chair speech. Carter was an utter disaster. Then to save his ass, he sends in the different special Ops who at the time felt that each of them didn’t need to talk with the others. In the evacuation after the whole thing was botched more American died. So what do the animals of the “religion of peace” do? Parade around the dead burnt bodies of those who died.

OH YES I remember what a total SCREW UP that administration was.

whiskeyriver
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I used to think Trickie Dickey was the man because he got us out of those hellholes, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. But those of us stationed there knew that when we abandoned those people many would die. Sure enough Pol Pot came to power as soon as we were gone and millions of Cambodians were murdered. The Pathet Lao took over Laos and tens of thousands of people were murdered. Tens of thousands more were murdered in Vietnam after the communists took over. And the same thing will happen when we pull out of the middle east. I’m getting way off subject here but with Memorial Day coming up that is going to happen. Because to this day we vets feel we abandoned those people and all those deaths are our fault in a way. And that is why I have been fighting for veterans rights and healthcare all these years. Damn! I did get a little off topic didn’t I. But I going to post it anyway.

Dave K
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I remember it. Lame ass negotiations, lame ass rescue attempt.

That was when ABC started the late night news show Nightline, if I remember right. It was basically about the hostage crisis.

danybhoy
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444 effing days. 444!

whiskeyriver
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Yep, 444 days because we had a limpdik for a President. If it had been me in charge I would have sent in troops, air support, everything America has and tore that place apart. F*ck diplomacy, you mess with American citizens you are signing your death warrant.