Hey! Only we Americans can make fun of Hillary!

And you wonder why we have trouble talking to these guys.

Rarely do diplomats offer such crude evaluations of another official as the North Koreans have done in the case of Hillary Clinton.

Our Secretary of State referred to the thugs as "unruly children" who launched missiles and set off nuclear bombs to get attention from the international community.

Well, the NoKo's responded in such a way that leaves little doubt that first and foremost, these guys need to get out a little more, as this Reuters dispatch by Jonathan Thatcher informs us:

"She has made a spate of vulgar remarks unbecoming for her position everywhere she went since she was sworn in," North Korea's KCNA news agency quoted a foreign ministry spokesman as saying.

It said her comments earlier in the week that North Korean behavior such as a recent spate of missile launches was like an unruly child demanding attention "suggests she is by no means intelligent."

"We cannot but regard Mrs. Clinton as a funny lady as she likes to utter such rhetoric, unaware of the elementary etiquette in the international community.

"Sometimes she looks like a primary schoolgirl and sometimes a pensioner going shopping," the report added.

"It is our view that she can make even a little contribution to the implementation of the U.S. administration's foreign policy as secretary of State only when she has understanding of the world, to begin with."

Now ordinarily, we might regard comments like this as befitting our views of Hillary as Harridan or perhaps Hillary as Gorgon. But by heavens, when some commie thug utters words like that about our Secretary of state, I take offense.

Only we Americans should be allowed to diss Hillary like that - even though the commie got it mostly right. And I'll punch any brutish lout from a nuclear power wannabe nation that disrespects an official of the United States government in such a manner.

I felt the same way when a Russian politician wondered whether Condi Rice needed a man in her life, suggesting she might benefit by taking a trip to a Russian army barracks to sample the local manhood. Them's fighting words where I come from.

To all loutish, anti-female foreigners; Leave our women out of it!



And you wonder why we have trouble talking to these guys.

Rarely do diplomats offer such crude evaluations of another official as the North Koreans have done in the case of Hillary Clinton.

Our Secretary of State referred to the thugs as "unruly children" who launched missiles and set off nuclear bombs to get attention from the international community.

Well, the NoKo's responded in such a way that leaves little doubt that first and foremost, these guys need to get out a little more, as this Reuters dispatch by Jonathan Thatcher informs us:

"She has made a spate of vulgar remarks unbecoming for her position everywhere she went since she was sworn in," North Korea's KCNA news agency quoted a foreign ministry spokesman as saying.

It said her comments earlier in the week that North Korean behavior such as a recent spate of missile launches was like an unruly child demanding attention "suggests she is by no means intelligent."

"We cannot but regard Mrs. Clinton as a funny lady as she likes to utter such rhetoric, unaware of the elementary etiquette in the international community.

"Sometimes she looks like a primary schoolgirl and sometimes a pensioner going shopping," the report added.

"It is our view that she can make even a little contribution to the implementation of the U.S. administration's foreign policy as secretary of State only when she has understanding of the world, to begin with."

Now ordinarily, we might regard comments like this as befitting our views of Hillary as Harridan or perhaps Hillary as Gorgon. But by heavens, when some commie thug utters words like that about our Secretary of state, I take offense.

Only we Americans should be allowed to diss Hillary like that - even though the commie got it mostly right. And I'll punch any brutish lout from a nuclear power wannabe nation that disrespects an official of the United States government in such a manner.

I felt the same way when a Russian politician wondered whether Condi Rice needed a man in her life, suggesting she might benefit by taking a trip to a Russian army barracks to sample the local manhood. Them's fighting words where I come from.

To all loutish, anti-female foreigners; Leave our women out of it!