- The Washington Times - Thursday, October 12, 2006

Jed Babbin has an interesting piece today about what to do with North Korea.

He discusses the importance of Japan and the Proliferation Security Initiative, but also suggests the United States unleash a secret weapon. Something nobody else has.

Is it some sort of smart bomb or a contingent of our clandestine best? Nope.

It’s Dick Cheney.

Babbin writes: “Mr. Cheney should be dispatched to Tokyo, Beijing and Seoul (in that order). Sending Cheney instead of Condoleeza Rice sends a much-needed message of firmness.”

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