Jack Carter on Foreign Policy
CARTER: My father knows what he's talking about. Let me ask you a question that Ronald Reagan asked some years. When you look at this Axis of Evil, "Are you better off today than you were four years ago?"
ENSIGN: I didn't know we were running for president tonight, but I guess that's ok. I believe this North Korea issue is a very, very serious issue. To have Kim Jong Il have a nuclear weapon is very dangerous, not just for what he would have himself, but also because he's becoming friends with people like Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, and the leader of Iran. These are dangerous, dangerous people in the world and we cannot afford them to get nuclear weapons. The leader of North Korea, he's a lunatic, and what he would do with one is very dangerous.
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