So the North Koreans tested a nuke. What do we do now? I certainly don’t like the idea of a country run by a loon like Kim Jong-Il having nuclear weapons. In my ideal world, we’d test one of our own in their country. Maybe two or three. You know, until they learn that nuclear weapons aren’t very nice at all.
Of course, in an ideal world, nobody would have them — or, more to the point, feel the need to have them.
In reality, I don’t know what to do, although something has to be done. The problem is that once a country has them, the options of ways to take care of the problem get pretty slim.
What a mess.