Madeleine is NOT-SO-BRIGHT
Former Secretary of State, under Bill Clinton (Well, he does have a history with fat, ugly chicks), Madeleine Albright criticized the U.S. invasion of Iraq, saying Monday it had encouraged Iran and North Korea to push ahead with their nuclear programs.
Ms. Not-So-Bright is performing the Dummycrat art of revisionist history. Let's take a stroll down memory lane to 1994.
President Clinton had reached an agreement with the North Koreans, brokered by Nobel Peace Prize-winner Jimmy Carter. The deal consisted of: The Clinton administration promising North Korea 500,000 tons of fuel oil annually and $4 billion to construct a pair of nuclear reactors for electricity; in exchange, North Korea agreed to abandon its nuclear weapons program.
In October 2002, the North Koreans admitted that immediately after signing the 1994 "Agreed Framework", they had set to work building nuclear weapons. U.S. Intelligence believes this began between 1998 and 2000.
Yet another clear case of the Clinton administration diddling and the Bush administration stuck cleaning up their mess!
Ms. Not-So-bright is shown with Kim Jong-Il during her October 2000 visit to North Korea, becoming the highest-level American official ever to travel to the country.