PYONGYANG - North Korean president Kim Jong-Un said today that he was "pleasantly surprised" by the United States' apparent embrace of a system of dynastic rule similar to North Korea's. "When a nation decides to select its leaders solely on the basis of their last name, that is a sign of a healthy society," he said. Kim added that he "totally relates" to Jeb Bush's struggle to carve out his own identity as a member of a ruling dynasty. "I went through the same thing when I took over," Kim said. "When you have family members before you who did such an amazing job for their country, that's a tough act to follow." Kim added that he believed that having the correct last name qualified a person to possess an arsenal of nuclear weapons.
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