2-0 Oilers, but we're all gonna die

It's hard to watch tonight's hockey game (Oilers may be mathematically eliminated, the big "Fire Mac-T" protest fizzled, etc) already without this:

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea defied the United States, China and a series of United Nations resolutions by launching a rocket on Sunday that the country said was designed to propel a satellite into space, but that much of the world viewed as an effort to prove it is edging toward the capability to shoot a nuclear warhead on a longer-range missile.
Okay, Kim-Jong Il needs a serious smack upside the head.

Unfortunately he's crazy in exactly the same way that the current U.S. President is an idiot:
The reporters were expecting to hear Mrs Clinton and National Security Adviser Jim Jones on the other end of the phone discussing foreign policy and security threats.

Instead they were greeted by a woman's voice asking: "Do you have any hidden desires?

"If you feel like getting nasty, then you came to the right place," the recorded message continued, reported CNN.
Ohhh, and also check this part out:
While Washington has signaled calm, the Japanese response has been unusually strong. Japan deployed ships into the Sea of Japan and suggested it would try to shoot down any “debris” from the launching that threatened to hit the country. While that seemed unlikely, the gesture raised concerns that Japan could seek a nuclear capability of its own if it doubted American resolve to disarm North Korea.
Hmmmm, if only there was some sort of United States President that could talk tough enough to ensure no country doubted America's resolve.

Obama is already hinting he plans to circumvent the 22nd ammendment. If it does get repealed, maybe we should use it on the 43rd President?