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It appears we're taking action in Syria-

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Saturn 9
MAR 1
SoupIsGoodFood 2
jackass 1
AwesomeTattooedDragon 5
Joe Blow 1
WatchOut 4
Markster 4
Butterbean 2
Prolix Raconteur 13
fuzz81 23

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AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 221 days ago -

We've launched a strike against Syria to punish them for their chemical weapon attracts on civilians. I'm totally behind Trump on this decision- what say you? 

Butterbean --- 221 days ago -

Yup. We're going to kill some more Syrians because the Syrians killed some more Syrians.

Maybe the Syrians that we kill will be more important than the Syrians the Syrians killed. 

MAR --- 221 days ago -

I'm thinking it's a deflection from the James Comey interview/book. Sad to say that this took loss of life. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 221 days ago -

Assad gassed his won people- women and children. What ever the reason it was done, the end result was needed, IMO- There are some things you can't ignore. if Roosevelt and the other Allies had given a damn when Hitler was gassing innocent citizens in all the countries he conquered, maybe millions of people would have been spared. 

jackass --- 221 days ago -

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fuzz81 --- 221 days ago -

I guess the US going to take in more Syrian refugees now 

Prolix Raconteur --- 220 days ago -

Syria is claiming only 3 people were injured in the bombings. Completely tactical on facilities people were forewarned to leave. 

Butterbean --- 220 days ago -

And you certainly expect truth from a government that gassed it's citizens. 

Prolix Raconteur --- 220 days ago -

Logically they'd claim mass casualties for maximum international outcry. They didn't. 

fuzz81 --- 220 days ago -

The US said there was no warning. Just standard airspace deconfliction. Prolix now believes assad, since alex jones had his meltdown and told him that trump is deep state. 

Markster --- 220 days ago -

Did congress need to approve what we did? 

Markster --- 220 days ago -

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Markster --- 220 days ago -

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Prolix Raconteur --- 218 days ago -

Did congress need to approve what we did?

No. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 218 days ago -

Lol. 

WatchOut --- 218 days ago -

Good one, Markster.

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fuzz81 --- 218 days ago -

Does anyone know how much it cost to bomb Syria?

How much does it cost to repipe flint? 

fuzz81 --- 218 days ago -

Prolix Raconteur --- 5 hours ago - quote - hide comments
Did congress need to approve what we did?

No.?


Why did your orange overlord say congressional approval was required in 2013? 

Prolix Raconteur --- 218 days ago -

LOL Hi Fuzz! Still can't get me out of your head I see. Kinda creepy in there; so much angst. 

fuzz81 --- 218 days ago -

Why don?t you answer the question? 

Prolix Raconteur --- 218 days ago -

OBSESSION

by Fuzzy Klein 

Prolix Raconteur --- 218 days ago -

What? Trump double speaking out both sides of his neck?!? Color me shocked! Dude waffles on everything. All I said was he didn't need congressional approval by law to do what he did Friday night.

What's that new cologne you're wearing? 

fuzz81 --- 218 days ago -

So you?re calling him a liar? 

Prolix Raconteur --- 217 days ago -

Duh. Trump lies all the time. Name one politician who doesn't or hasn't. Just one. You can't. 

WatchOut --- 217 days ago -

Does anyone know how much it cost to bomb Syria?

How much does it cost to repipe flint??




No kidding. We got a loser in charge. 

WatchOut --- 217 days ago -

Duh. Trump lies all the time. Name one politician who doesn't or hasn't. Just one. You can't.?



LOL! Of course they all lie. All humans lie. It's the sheer magnitude of it that is astounding. It's easier to just keep track of when he says something truthful. Only the fingers of one hand are needed for the timeframe of when he entered office till today.

He needs so king of program. Maybe a 112 step program. No typo there. At his old age tho he ain't going to change. 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 217 days ago -

LOL........... triggered KU liberals all over the place. 

WatchOut --- 217 days ago -

LOL............useless standard Soup comment. We're still waiting for some new material from you but not holding our breath. 

fuzz81 --- 217 days ago -

Duh. Trump lies all the time. Name one politician who doesn't or hasn't. Just one. You can't.?

That is one of the lamest things you?ve ever said. What a ridiculous excuse for your orange overlord. Wasn?t your main issue with hillary is that she supposedly lied? 

SoupIsGoodFood --- 217 days ago -

New material would be wasted on you beaten and battered liberals. The old stuff is holding up just nicely. 

fuzz81 --- 217 days ago -

But her emails!!!!! LOL 

Prolix Raconteur --- 217 days ago -

No, my issue with Clinton is the double standard the justice department and the FBI applied in her case. She committed multiple felonies by Comey's own admission and got a pass where you or I would be fully prosecuted. You don't get to destroy federally subpoenaed evidence and get away with it. Unless you are a Clinton I guess.

Why you so angry calling people names all the time like a flailing child? 

fuzz81 --- 217 days ago -

LOL

Kellyanne just said yesterday that comey threw the election in trumps favor

You can?t have it both ways buttercup 

Prolix Raconteur --- 216 days ago -

Which has absolutely nothing to do with the statement I made. Comprehension issue much? 

fuzz81 --- 216 days ago -

Your statement had nothing to do with comey? Ok buttercup 

Joe Blow --- 216 days ago -

He hasn't gotten anything right since he took office.


US lawmakers jolted by Syria briefing, Pentagon warns of IS resurgence
Washington (AFP) - The US military's hands-off approach on the ground in Syria is ceding influence to Russia and Iran, a top lawmaker warned Tuesday, as the Pentagon said it has seen the Islamic State "resurge" in parts of the country.

Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman Bob Corker said Moscow and Tehran have "significant influence" in the war-ravaged Middle Eastern nation due to their years-long commitment, while President Donald Trump signals the US could be headed for the exits there.

When asked whether he wanted a greater US troop presence to shape events in Syria, Corker was somber.

"I think the administration's plans are to complete the efforts against ISIS and to not be involved," he said, using another acronym for the jihadist group.

A frustrated Corker spoke after exiting a classified briefing by Secretary of Defense James Mattis and top generals, who explained the Pentagon's strategy to lawmakers following last weekend's missile strikes on Syria.

"Syria is Russia and Iran's now. They will be determining the future," he said.

Trumpty Dump is handing it over to Putin his master. LMFAO

"We may be at the table, but when you're just talking and have nothing to do with shaping what's happening on the ground, you're just talking."

Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, expressed alarm about a lack of US engagement in the country where insurgents have waged a brutal civil war against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.

"Everything in that briefing made me more worried, not less," he said.

"There is no military strategy on the table to deal with the malign influence of Iran and Russia," Graham said.

After the pinpoint air strikes that Trump telegraphed on social media, "I think Assad... believes we're all tweet, no action," he added.




LMFAO

ALL TWEET NO ACTION, that's your Trumpty Dump. 

Prolix Raconteur --- 216 days ago -

He hasn't gotten anything right since he took office.

Oh I don't know about that. The tax cut and the deregulation campaign have had undeniable benefits for both individuals and business. North Korea blinked and is coming to the table. China, despite their saber rattling at the sanctions, acquiesced and is back to business as usual. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 216 days ago -

Why can't people give credit, where credit is due? Just because you're a certain party, or just don't like a President, that doesn't mean nothing they do is good. :(( 

fuzz81 --- 216 days ago -

What has he done that?s good? 

Prolix Raconteur --- 215 days ago -

From a Politico article. They say he's his own worst enemy, but cannot deny his accomplishments to date.


Donald Trump?s presidency is hidden behind the clouds, a storm of controversy of his own making. This president, more than anyone else, has made it impossible to credit him for his accomplishments. By any fair measure, there are many: He has crushed ISIS and increased our paychecks with a tax cut. He has erased regulations that were growing Washington?s economy at the expense of our economy. He has appointed a respected Supreme Court justice and transformed the judiciary to call balls and strikes. American manufacturing is growing. He brought China to confront North Korea. He is pressing for free trade that works fairly in all directions. He throws missiles at Putin once a year and he is making our military strong again. His ferociously incorrect talk has ripped away the pretension cloaking Washington?s decline and irrelevance.
 

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