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    The Trump cult can deny all they want that the Administration is in absolute chaos.

    Appointing John Bolton to SOS has to be the worst pick ever!

    Bolton

    1) He was the #1 cheerleader for invading Iraq. An act that upset the balance of power in the mideast.
    2) Bolton wanted to go to war with Cuba over WMDs that didn't exist.
    3) He wants to go to war with Iran.
    4) He suggest that Israel use its nukes on Iran.

    Toss in the very hawkish Pompeo as Nat'l Sec Adviser and we are screwed.
    Bolton said "the American president has to be honest with his own people." The audience laughed... and Bolton said... "See? Another controversial statement!"











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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    The Trump cult can deny all they want that the Administration is in absolute chaos.

    Appointing John Bolton to SOS has to be the worst pick ever!

    Bolton

    1) He was the #1 cheerleader for invading Iraq. An act that upset the balance of power in the mideast.
    2) Bolton wanted to go to war with Cuba over WMDs that didn't exist.
    3) He wants to go to war with Iran.
    4) He suggest that Israel use its nukes on Iran.

    Toss in the very hawkish Pompeo as Nat'l Sec Adviser and we are screwed.
    You sure you're watching the correct news cycle? Check your sources or is your dyslexia taking over?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Reese View Post
    You sure you're watching the correct news cycle? Check your sources or is your dyslexia taking over?
    I think [email protected] got those appointments backward. He must not be down to seeds and stems again right now, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franco View Post
    The Trump cult can deny all they want that the Administration is in absolute chaos.

    Appointing John Bolton to SOS has to be the worst pick ever!

    Bolton

    1) He was the #1 cheerleader for invading Iraq. An act that upset the balance of power in the mideast.
    2) Bolton wanted to go to war with Cuba over WMDs that didn't exist.
    3) He wants to go to war with Iran.
    4) He suggest that Israel use its nukes on Iran.

    Toss in the very hawkish Pompeo as Nat'l Sec Adviser and we are screwed.
    Agree with you Franco, but you have the positions reversed. Hopefully they do not get confirmed.

    With all of his railing against the Iraq war, I can't understand Trump going to Bolton. Oh wait, it's Trump.
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    How about we address the post, Bolton to NSA. Vic

    P.S. And Franco forgot one. He wants o First Strike NK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Golddogs View Post
    Agree with you Franco, but you have the positions reversed. Hopefully they do not get confirmed.

    With all of his railing against the Iraq war, I can't understand Trump going to Bolton. Oh wait, it's Trump.
    Yes, I did. Too much of a hurry to get out of the house earlier. Besides, with all the comings and goings with this Administration, easy to get the two mixed up when in a hurry.

    Doesn't take away from this being a President and Administration of dangerous psychos.
    Bolton said "the American president has to be honest with his own people." The audience laughed... and Bolton said... "See? Another controversial statement!"











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    Quote Originally Posted by Golddogs View Post
    Agree with you Franco, but you have the positions reversed. Hopefully they do not get confirmed.

    With all of his railing against the Iraq war, I can't understand Trump going to Bolton. Oh wait, it's Trump.
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    Deflective issues. The real one revolves around money, jobs , enforcing current laws and community. We have been at war with the end of one in.1974. Proxy wars until 1989. Renewed war 9/11/2001. We lost our way as the global enforcer. Trump is the wart assed messenger. Every changer has their followers but the previous ones from Bill Clinton til Trump were coat holders.This is the ride I expected. Some of you guys are afraid of "change." You have nothing to fear but fear itself. Since 2014 I have buried five close relatives, one close colleague, four FT/HT buddies...that is all they wrote. Finis. Leaving a better world for my son/grandson. If not they have to fix it.





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    Since the world has never seen a nuclear conflict and has no textbooks on the subject, I can assume there's only one thing worse than being first to strike in a nuclear conflict!
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    Quote Originally Posted by roseberry View Post
    Since the world has never seen a nuclear conflict and has no textbooks on the subject, I can assume there's only one thing worse than being first to strike in a nuclear conflict!
    No, two. The second being downwind in the fallout area.

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