A Firm Hand On The Tiller Putter

So The One went golfing this weekend instead of requesting Congress to come back early after he changed his mind about his Red Line improvisation…well, you get the idea. If it’s not so urgent to require immediate discussion then it really isn’t worth a single American life nor the multiple billions that it would cost, along with the further degradation of our already-stretched military capacity.

Congress should, must, vote “no” on this.

Over 100,000 people have died in the Syrian Civil War prior to this gas attack – whoever caused it – so why are the deaths of a thousand more suddenly worth our involvement?

There is absolutely nothing to be gained by this.

5 Responses to “A Firm Hand On The Tiller Putter”

  1. Julie says:

    Remind me again how many troops we’ve sent to Sudan to stop the killings there?

  2. Mr. Bingley says:

    You need to ask our UN Ambassador Samantha-dontdisturbmeimonvacationbitch-Powers about that, Julie.

  3. JeffS says:

    But, but, but … … … Senator McCain sez that a Congressional vote against military action in Syria would be “catastrophic”, simply “catastrophic“!

    Me, I think such a vote would the least worse course of action. If Obama (and McCain) hadn’t been idiots about this, maybe something could have been done 2 years ago. MAYBE.

    Now? It’s a lost cause.

  4. Dave E. says:

    The last two weeks have been like the White House thought they were in an episode of “The West Wing.” Now they’re stumbling around trying to figure out why the rest of the world isn’t following the script. And we’re going to trust these bumblers to be able to contain any fallout from their “carefully calibrated” attack? I don’t think so.

  5. Mr. Bingley says:

    You just don’t understand “nuance” Dave.

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