Making America Great Again

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34 Responses to Making America Great Again

  1. Steve Case says:

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

    Elections have consequences – that was great!

    I’ve sent that one off to some of my favorite email friends who send me stuff. By tonight I expect it will hit a million email boxes.

    Best regards

  2. Norilsk says:

    $350 billion dollars worth of military hardware sold to Saudi Arabia. The military insustrial complex is working well, creating jobs for Ameriacans and even Canadians. Keep the Middle East destabilized and there will be an endless demand for guns.

    • TimboA says:

      What are you…a bleeding heart LIBERAL?!! With your attitude we’ll all just be bleeding!

    • gator69 says:

      Keep the Middle East destabilized…

      Yeah, that’s our fault, just like climate change.

    • Norilsk says:

      It would have been clearer if I had said, If you keep the Middle East destabilized, there will be an endless demand for guns. In no way do I desire that it be desabilized. Matter of fact, I back the Russian attempt to stabilize Syria.

      • gator69 says:

        Nobody can stabilize the Middle East from the outside. Until that part of the world decides to join the rest of modernity, it will always be unstable. It’s about foundations, and fundamentalism.

      • Your meaning was clear enough in the first post. The destabilizing influence is Iran. A countervailing force is required.

  3. Latitude says:

    but but but….Trump curtsied and Melania slapped his hand….

  4. sunsettommy says:

    Obama did that because he IS a Muslim. He as a Muslim was SUPPOSED to do that, kiss the ring,it was a dead give away, that convinced me he is a Muslim.

  5. Norilsk says:

    It is US Government policy to destabilze Syria leading to the slaughter of tens of thousands of people.

  6. Norilsk says:

    The US Government is even trying to destabilize the entire Middle East region, according to White House Spokesman Sean Spicer.

  7. Don B says:

    I seem to recall a picture of Obama bowing before the Chinese, as well.

  8. TA says:

    Norilsk wrote: “$350 billion dollars worth of military hardware sold to Saudi Arabia.”

    I think it was closer to $110 billion in military hardware.

    Trump wants the Sunni nations of the area to take
    more responsibility for securing their own national defense. That way they can defend themselves and the U.S. can assist rather than carrying most of the burden like was done in the past.

    Norilsk wrote: “It would have been clearer if I had said, If you keep the Middle East destabilized, there will be an endless demand for guns. In no way do I desire that it be desabilized. Matter of fact, I back the Russian attempt to stabilize Syria.”

    Russia’s plan to stablize Syria amounts to mass murder of innocent civilians.

    Russia is enabling the murderous dictator Bashar Assad. If not for Russian and Iranian assistance, Assad would no longer be in power and killing his own people.

    We used to think Assad’s father was a monster for the 25,000 innocent people he murdered during his reign to keep himself in power. But the son, Assad, has surpassed his father with his murder of at least 250,000 of his own people. Russia keeps this murder machine in power.

    Russian involvement is not the way to stablize the area. Perhaps Trump will help form a “NATO” of the Middle East from all the Sunni nations, and then the Sunnis can call for Russia to leave their area and stop the murder and destruction. If the Sunnis speak with one voice, they can bring some sanity to their homelands. Russia and Iran should butt out.

  9. Jimmy Haigh says:

    Did 0bummer really happen? It wasn’t just a nightmare?

  10. snedly arkus says:

    You people come here because you don’t believe the climate change garbage spoon fed to you by the US government. Yet you all line up like good little puppets and believe the propaganda fed to you about the ME. Where were you when Obama turned Libya into a failed state based on lies just as Bush invaded Iraq based on lies. Or the US overthrowing the elected government of Iran in 1953 and putting the despot Shah in power. Or the US and it’s Libyan Ambassador rounding arms and jihadists and sending them from Libya to Syria. Or the US setting up training camps in Jordan in 2012 to train rebels to overthrow the Syrian government. Or that the US admitted that all but a few joined ISIS and Al Nusra or sold their weapons for cash. Or when the Russians entered the fray Obama admitted the US was sponsoring multiple “rebel” groups in Syria which is a violation of international law as well as every bomb they drop. The scope of the ISIS and other jihadists war making in Syria takes serious cash in the billions yet the US has made no effort to dry up that funding. Yet the US can manage to confiscate the accounts of minor officials as well as major ones from Russia, Venezuela, and other countries. Since the end of WW2 the CIA has been extremely active in the ME grooming future US puppets, like Saddam is claimed to once be until the US turned on him, and overthrowing governments. Since 1949 the US has tried multiple times to overthrow governments in Syria. Afghanistan elected a socialist government in the late 70’s and the US created Al Qaeda to overthrow it with the side benefit of drawing in the Russians. The US encouraged Saddam to wage war with Iran which caused him to be broke and eyeing Kuwait to solve his problem. With the tanks on the border, and the US knew it, the US Ambassador to Iraq with instructions from the US government told Saddam the US didn’t care what he did in his area. Next up the Gulf War where when the US promised the Iraqi army free passage back to Iraq from Kuwait then went back on it’s word and the infamous Highway of Death resulted. Or the drastic sanctions put on Iraq that resulted in half a million children’s deaths of which US Ambassador to the UN Madeline Albright said it was worth it. Or the drones the US has been flying over the ME that have killed thousands of innocent people and are considered the best recruiting tool for terrorists. Or the Saudi’s, and now the US, bombing and killing in Yemen with the whole country a humanitarian disaster with starving people and intentionally bombed hospitals and infrastructure. There’s plenty more of this if you “exceptional” Americans would look at the reporting by the press and the government with as critical an eye as you do their word on climate change. The US has killed or caused to be killed millions in the ME, not to mention destroying their countries, to “keep us safe” or they were a “danger to US security” and yet you idiots blow off these facts and wrap yourself in the flag like good little sheep.

    Senator Black and Rep Tusli Gabbard have both visited Syria and have said what we are being told is a pack of lies especially anything about the Assad government. Reporters that have spent time in Syria say the same thing. Most of the reporters that write the lies have never been anywhere near Syria. The gas attacks, including the latest ones, have been proven by US experts were NOT done by the government and many claim the latest one was a staged fake. You got to see pictures of supposed gassed children but you didn’t get to see the pictures of over 100 civilians, most of whom were children, killed by a suicide bomber as they were being held up by rebel troops in rebel territory around the time of the last gas attack. What little press there was in the west claimed the government did it which was not true as the bomber had to pass through multiple rebel check points to do the dirty deed. If the charge had stuck it would have been plastered all over the US press.

    • gator69 says:

      Yes, it’s all our fault, just like climate change. The ME was a peaceful paradise up until 1776.

      • Jeff says:

        Just keep your head in the sand.

        • gator69 says:

          Nope, no head in sand. The ME has been a mess for thousands of years. I know it’s fashionable amongst the far left and far right to blame the US for all of the world’s issues, but I’m no slave to fashion, and not so far out. I prefer facts, all the facts and not some tinfoil hat club blog’s opinion of facts.

  11. CheshireRed says:

    There’s talk of Trump ditching his commitment to leave the Paris agreement. That’ll be it from me if he fails to deliver on that promise.

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