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    POTUS 45.60: He's Such A Delicate Boy and a Hysterical Man

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    Re: POTUS 45.60: He's Such A Delicate Boy and a Hysterical Man

    Wait I thought we were stopping the wars

    “ President Trump said the government is “bringing soldiers home” from Syria shortly after Defense Secretary Mark Epser told reporters about 700 troops withdrawing from the region will be moved into western Iraq.”

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    Iraq is home.

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    Such cowards

    “ JUST IN: Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said that more Republican senators and congressmen would publicly criticize President Trump if not for fear of aiding Democrats, especially Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) presidential bid.

    "They don't want to do something which makes it more likely for Elizabeth Warren to become president or for us to lose the Senate. So they don't want to go out and criticize the leader of our party," Romney said.”

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    Re: POTUS 45.60: He's Such A Delicate Boy and a Hysterical Man

    Just more evidence they will always be party over country.

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    Re: POTUS 45.60: He's Such A Delicate Boy and a Hysterical Man

    Quote Originally Posted by First Time, Long Time View Post
    Just more evidence they will always be party over country.
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    Re: POTUS 45.60: He's Such A Delicate Boy and a Hysterical Man

    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
    Such cowards

    “ JUST IN: Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said that more Republican senators and congressmen would publicly criticize President Trump if not for fear of aiding Democrats, especially Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) presidential bid.

    "They don't want to do something which makes it more likely for Elizabeth Warren to become president or for us to lose the Senate. So they don't want to go out and criticize the leader of our party," Romney said.”
    On cue.

    Republican U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham, who has been one of the most vocal critics of President Donald Trump’s decision to move U.S. troops out of northeastern Syria, said on Sunday he now believed “historic solutions” were possible.

    In an interview with Fox News, Graham said a conversation he had with Trump over the weekend had fueled his optimism that a solution could be reached where the security of Turkey and the Kurds was guaranteed and fighters from Islamic State contained.

    “I am increasingly optimistic that we can have some historic solutions in Syria that have eluded us for years if we play our cards right,” Graham said on “Sunday Morning Futures.”

    Graham said Trump was prepared to use U.S. air power over a demilitarized zone occupied by international forces, adding that the use of air power could help ensure Islamic State fighters who had been held in the area did not “break out.”

    Senator Jim Inhofe, a Republican who chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee, said on Saturday that Trump understood the need for the United States to maintain air power in the region.

    “The U.S. must retain air power to keep the pressure on ISIS, prevent our adversaries Russia and Iran from exploiting this situation and protect our partners on the ground,” he said in a statement. ISIS is an acronym for Islamic State.

    Graham also said he believed the United States and Kurdish forces long allied with Washington could establish a venture to modernize Syrian oil fields, with the revenue flowing to the Kurds. “President Trump is thinking outside the box,” Graham said of Trump’s thinking on oil.

    “The president appreciates what the Kurds have done,” Graham added. “He wants to make sure ISIS does not come back. I expect we will continue to partner with the Kurds in eastern Syria to make sure ISIS does not re-emerge.”
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    Re: POTUS 45.60: He's Such A Delicate Boy and a Hysterical Man

    "Is my job safe? OK, I'll state my REAL opinion. Oh, my job is not safe? I'll toe the company line."
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    Re: POTUS 45.60: He's Such A Delicate Boy and a Hysterical Man

    Quote Originally Posted by ScoobyDoo View Post
    Both sides again. Never fails.
    I'm condemning the pols. If you can actually comprehend words, Eeyore.In this case, specifically the Rs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rube View Post
    Welcome to Politics 101.
    BSABSVR. Oh wait, they're not.


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    Too funny. I specifically call out Rs, but it's not enough. Some of you are nuts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rube View Post
    Too funny. I specifically call out Rs, but it's not enough. Some of you are nuts.
    Dude, you said Politics 101 in response to a critique of Republicans. Any reasonable person would infer that Politics 101 applies to all politicians of both sides. Hence why everyone assumes you're pulling a BSAB routine.

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    Re: POTUS 45.60: He's Such A Delicate Boy and a Hysterical Man

    Quote Originally Posted by unofan View Post
    Dude, you said Politics 101 in response to a critique of Republicans. Any reasonable person would imply that Politics 101 applies to all politicians of both sides. Hence why everyone assumes you're pulling a BSAB routine.
    And I specified Rs in this particular post. That is, if you bothered to pay attention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by unofan View Post
    Dude, you said Politics 101 in response to a critique of Republicans. Any reasonable person would infer that Politics 101 applies to all politicians of both sides. Hence why everyone assumes you're pulling a BSAB routine.
    He was responding to me and I knew exactly what he meant.
    It is Pol 101...for Republicans.

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    Re: POTUS 45.60: He's Such A Delicate Boy and a Hysterical Man

    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
    Such cowards

    “ JUST IN: Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said that more Republican senators and congressmen would publicly criticize President Trump if not for fear of aiding Democrats, especially Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) presidential bid.

    "They don't want to do something which makes it more likely for Elizabeth Warren to become president or for us to lose the Senate. So they don't want to go out and criticize the leader of our party," Romney said.”
    The irony is that the more Mittens opens his mouth like this, the more he should be motivating Democrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    The irony is that the more Mittens opens his mouth like this, the more he should be motivating Democrats.
    This is true.
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    Re: POTUS 45.60: He's Such A Delicate Boy and a Hysterical Man

    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsche Gopher Fan View Post
    “ JUST IN: Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said that more Republican senators and congressmen would publicly criticize President Trump if not for fear of aiding Democrats, especially Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) presidential bid.

    "They don't want to do something which makes it more likely for Elizabeth Warren to become president and for us to lose all our wealth. So they don't want to go out and criticize the protector of our portfolio," Romney said.”
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