Hawaii could be in range of North Korean Rocket

Eileen McDevitt and Larrey Anderson
Here's some news that might get our Commander-in-Chief's attention: the rocket carrying that “satellite” that North Korea is going to launch any day could reach Hawaii. (It could also hit Alaska -- but we are positive Obama wasn’t born there.)

According to Breitbart:

Asked if the North Korean rocket could reach the US states of Hawaii or Alaska, Admiral Mike Mullen told CNN: "In some cases, yes, they could probably get down to Hawaii."

The United States, Japan and other allies believe Pyongyang is using the launch to test a ballistic missile that could, in theory, cross the Pacific to reach North America.
The launch, combined with North Korea's atomic weapons, were cause for serious concern, the admiral said.

Mullen added the regime's missiles did not yet have a range that could strike the western coast of the US mainland.

CNN apparently forgot to ask Admiral Mullen if Kenya was within the rocket’s reach.


Here's some news that might get our Commander-in-Chief's attention: the rocket carrying that “satellite” that North Korea is going to launch any day could reach Hawaii. (It could also hit Alaska -- but we are positive Obama wasn’t born there.)

According to Breitbart:

Asked if the North Korean rocket could reach the US states of Hawaii or Alaska, Admiral Mike Mullen told CNN: "In some cases, yes, they could probably get down to Hawaii."

The United States, Japan and other allies believe Pyongyang is using the launch to test a ballistic missile that could, in theory, cross the Pacific to reach North America.
The launch, combined with North Korea's atomic weapons, were cause for serious concern, the admiral said.

Mullen added the regime's missiles did not yet have a range that could strike the western coast of the US mainland.

CNN apparently forgot to ask Admiral Mullen if Kenya was within the rocket’s reach.