The U.S. is considering bombing Syria because they gassed children. Is that worse than the U.S. cutting the spinal cord of unborn children? Isn’t that more inhumane? Maybe some other government should bomb the U.S.
It would seem that no matter what we do in the Middle East, it’s always the wrong thing. We invaded Iraq and destroyed the checkmate Iraq had on Iran. We invaded Afghanistan and became allied with a corrupt administration, and now we’re no better off than before. We “liberated” Egypt and Libya, and those places are in a civil war and hate us. We went to war in those places without an adequate strategy, just reacting to events. We are now again contemplating facing off against Syria, again with no strategy.
No matter what we do, well-intentioned though it is, it always seems to be the wrong thing. Doesn’ ... continue reading »
The old saying, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall” should be a consideration when going to war.
Not since the Vietnam War has America been more polarized. On issues of social programs, budgeting and immigration, America is in the midst of tremendous debate, not to mention dark clouds of scandalous activity on the part of the executive branch. Certainly the mood of the country should be part of the calculus when considering military intervention.
Using military action to cover up domestic and foreign failures is unthinkable. Yet that seems to be happening before our eyes.
The statesmanship and dignity of rational Vladimir Putin sharply contrasts with the frantic ravings of depraved and lying warmongers in Congress and the Obama administration. Our central government is trying hard to be a sick circus act, and all the world is laughing at them out of contempt or disgust. That evil joker Barack Obama and his team of indecent incompetents are nuts with nukes and up to no good. Is somebody sane watching their fingers?
The thirst for war by Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham is a excellent example of how the 17th Amendment to the Constitution is destroying our republic. I doubt that the state legislators of Arizona and South Carolina are as hawkish. I think that the best thing alternative media organizations (the only source for revealing the truth) can do for the American people is to expose the false ratification of the 17th Amendment and how it has impacted us in a very negative way.
A senator’s vote on legislation, or actions on any other subject, such as whether to be hawkish or not, should reflect the will of his/her respective state ... continue reading »
It’s the Obama administration that crossed the red line and should be pushed back by our Congress and courts.
They cross the red line by using their IRS Nazis to persecute Americans and use their NSA Stasis to spy on Americans. They crossed the red line in Benghazi and let an ambassador and three brave Americans die while Obama played “spades.” They crossed the red line by crucifying Zimmerman while saying absolutely nothing about riotous black youths who beat up and kill whites for sport all across America. They crossed the red line by conning the public and jamming through the Obamacare monstrosity that will deci ... continue reading »