Now North Korea is using "Honest Abe" Lincoln as a prop to make Butterball Kim sound like he has "a pair".
Kim had his state media construct a fake letter from our 16th president attacking Obama's "deception" over North Korea's pursuit of nukes. This is Butterball's latest response to Washington after the North's nuclear test and long-range ballistic missile launch this week.
The letter is written in Korean on the DPRK Today website, a lesser known propaganda tool of the North Korean regime.
The letter's title is: "Advice from Lincoln to Obama."
It starts off sounding like a blog written by a high school kid. "Hey, Obama. I know you have a lot on your mind these days . . . I've decided to give you a little advice after seeing you lost in thought before my portrait during a recent Easter Prayer Breakfast."
The letter goes on to mock Obama's Nobel Peace Prize-winning push to build a nuclear weapon-free world as it questions him as to why the USA hasn't taken the first steps to do just that. It wants countries like North Korea to scrap its programs, yet the USA has failed to take the lead in that department.
'Lincoln' says in the letter, "If the United States, a country with the world's largest nuclear weapons stockpile, only pays lip service, like a parrot, and doesn't do anything actively, it will be a mockery to the entire world."
The letter also fails to portray Lincoln in a positive light. "Hey, Obama," it continues, "it's the 21st Century. The tactic by past American presidents, including me, who deceived the people, is outdated. That doesn't work now. The world doesn't trust an America that doesn't take responsibility for what it says."
This type of harsh rhetoric is old hat with Butterball Kim. He has also gone after South Korea, referring to their president as a "prostitute" many times before. The regime has also referred to President Obama as a "monkey" and John Kerry as a wolf with a "hideous lantern jaw."
One can only wonder how Butterball Kim's regime will refer to either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton should either go on to win the presidency. But surely they will have to refer to John Kasich as "Karate Kasich."
Maybe he'll call Hillary "Felony Hillary," and Trump "Deprecatin' Donald."