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@4QZZJZTRepublicanfrom Texas  answered…1yr

No, we need to find another diplomatic option. Once we go after North Korea, they are just waiting to drop an H Bomb on us and it will open the world to a gigantic world war that frankly, we cannot afford to lose.

@4R23CGVRepublicanfrom Kansas  answered…1yr

I think all forms of deterrence should be on the table when it comes to North Korea and their nuclear weapon capabilities.

@4QZ8Z6QRepublicanfrom Missouri  answered…1yr

No, but we should use economic pressure to cause North Korea to collapse.

@4QYSZYLDemocrat from Arizona answered…1yr

Yes, along with other nations threatened by their capabilities. We are not the sole police presence of the world.

@4R26H6LRepublicanfrom Missouri  answered…1yr

Like Iran military strikes will be ineffective because we have dithered so long they are now extremely well protected from a military strike; we should asymmetrically attack N Korea and Iran to destroy their nuclear program(s). Cyber attack, infiltration of components that don't work, assassination of key personnel, we should do everything at our disposal to stop these people whose stated intention is to kill us for being us.

@4QYY4TJRepublicanfrom Florida  answered…1yr

No, South Korea must be the country to take action with the full backing of the United States.

@4QYVHC4Republicanfrom Colorado  answered…1yr

Yes. Then we should try Bill Clinton & Maddie Halfbright for treason after they let Kim jon il get nukes.

@9YC9PJ6Constitution from Michigan answered…2mos

North Korea is known for its human rights violations, nothing is done to them because they're supported by China. Go ahead and do it.

@9YBHNK2Green from Illinois answered…2mos

America needs to mind their own buissness and focus on getting themselves out of debt. Stop getting involved in evrything when it doesnt even concern the U.S.

@9MRKQKJRepublican from California answered…1yr

Only if there is undeniable evidence that they are planning to attack.

@9M5FL63Women’s Equality from Iowa answered…1yr

@9M6F85NGreen from Michigan answered…1yr

Yes but only if North Korea poses a direct and imminent threat

@9M22JYVRepublican from Michigan answered…1yr

We must be ready to strike if necessary, but should negotiate from a position of strength first.

@9LRXT4WGreen from New York answered…1yr

No, it is unlikely to be successful at wiping out all retaliatory capabilities.

@csquared0013Veteran from New Mexico answered…1yr

No until North Korea is an imminent threat to another nation.

@9LN92JCWorking Family from Ohio answered…1yr

No, North Korea is mostly talk. They know they'd regret striking the United States. It'd be suicide if they did. Plus, we'd nuke too close to our allies South Korea as their capitol is right on the border.

@9LH5BW3Socialist from Michigan answered…1yr

No, but we should be very strict on the denuclearization of north korea

@9LC44BHWomen’s Equality from Louisiana answered…1yr

No. Nuclear weapons should not exist at all. Attacking might probe war, and war should be avoided at all costs among every country.

@9L8QNKPLibertarian from New Jersey answered…1yr

@nicolevortizPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…1yr

@Nathan's-Meme-Ch…Republican from California answered…1yr

No, that will likely start a world war, however, keep pressure to ensure North Korea will not have a substantial amount of long-range or nuclear weapon capabilities.

@Anthony-CottoTranshumanist from Oklahoma answered…1yr

No, at this time unless thing's go hot there is no need to re-engage hostilities with North Korea.

@9KBMM3KPeace and Freedom from Iowa answered…1yr

No, this will only increase anti-American sentiment in North Korea, thereby increasing the risk of North Korean forces attacking the U.S.

@9KBBSSYWomen’s Equality from Ohio answered…1yr

No. Drastic action should not take place without direct acts of aggression and congressional approval. All diplomatic actions must be exhausted. But North Korea significantly destabilizes the region and could be a flashpoint for a larger conflict.

@Monica-HartLibertarian from Utah answered…1yr

Yes, if they keep threatening us, and put a big boot up their butts. But first work with improving relations with China.

@9K9L4SHVeteran from Illinois answered…1yr

We should utilize this opportunity to work with China to combat North Korea

@amirsantiagoSocialist from Florida answered…1yr

@9JPRKKNWorking Family from Ohio answered…1yr

Only if we know with almost 100% certainty that they are gonna send a bike at us.

@9J85D2RVeteran from Colorado answered…1yr

No, we cannot trust US intelligence services to correctly make that determination, as it has almost always proved false.

@9HQMQ4CPeace and Freedom from Georgia answered…1yr

Not yet, as China and North Korea have a treaty, and by performing a military strike, we may risk angering China. We should attempt more peaceful alternatives first

@9HPS38LLibertarian from South Carolina answered…1yr

Everything should be on the table and for the President and his military advisors to determine

@9HP9TRJSocialist from Washington D.C. answered…1yr

No, we must use every diplomatic option first, and North Korea is not an immediate threat to our country

@9HMRNRCVeteran from Virginia answered…1yr

Yes, unless we can come to an agreement of peace and if needed we can take action.

@9HLFWFTWorking Family from New Jersey answered…1yr

Yes If there is proof they have nuclear weapon capabilities

@9HK94FRVeteran from Texas answered…1yr

Yes, but only of we believe that they are an imminent threat.

@9HDMV6TVeteran from North Carolina answered…1yr

NO!!! ARE THEY INSANE? Has anyone ever heard of a thing called "assured mutual destruction"? It means that if we attack with drone strikes THE WORLD ENDS.

@9HBCXK2Transhumanist from Georgia answered…1yr

Yes, but only if we see that there is imminent threat to our homeland or national security interest.

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