Something better from the NYT. Nicholas D. Kristof makes some fine points today regarding North Korea. You might not agree — and I don’t — that those kooky kids north of the DMZ are more dangerous than Saddam, and few might agree with his prescription, but he still makes some fine points about the Dear Leader’s regime. Good reading.
UPDATE: Cocktail-induced mental connection — is it mere coincidence that DMZ and DMV sound so much alike? Think I’m kidding? Long lines, senseless forms, unpleasant service, and (at least in Colorado) the ability to take away your license for little or no cause.