By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The East Sea off the coast of the Korean peninsula roiled with U.S. and South Korean ships, submarines, fighter jets and helicopters Monday in a set of high-profile military maneuvers intended to show North Korea that it is being watched.
Fighter jets buzzed the skies and submarines cruised underwater Sunday as a flotilla of U.S. and South Korean warships led by a nuclear-powered U.S. supercarrier began exercises that have enraged North Korea.
"North Korea's danger lies because they are unpredictable," he said. "The sinking of the Cheonan is a prime example."
Capt. Lausman said the attack demonstrated the opaque nature of Pyongyang's military, which he said should not be underestimated.