i feel like i m losing my mind watching all the people who got us into iraq which killed hundreds of thousands
I feel like I'm losing my mind watching all the people who got us into Iraq, which killed hundreds of thousands of people and massively strengthened Iran, now pushing for a war with Iran. It's sociopathic.
just three short years ago under president obama we had a multi nation deal with iran that kept their nuclear
Just three short years ago, under President Obama, we had a multi-nation deal with Iran that kept their nuclear stockpiles in check and removed the specter of war -- one that would make Iraq look like a cakewalk. Now, look where we are.
hey everybody we are at war in 3 different countries iraq afghanistan and syria and inching toward conflict in
Hey everybody, we are at war in 3 different countries - Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria - and inching toward conflict in 2 more - Venezuela and Iran - AND WE HAVEN'T HAD A SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR FIVE MONTHS.
if you think the invasion of iraq was a disaster a war with iran would be worse the united states must bring i
If you think the invasion of Iraq was a disaster, a war with Iran would be worse. The United States must bring Iran and Saudi Arabia to the negotiating table, not foment a never-ending, unconstitutional war in the region.
to help the dod retain institutional knowledge capabilities and fully prepare leaders for future conflicts ran
To help the DoD retain institutional knowledge/capabilities and fully prepare leaders for future conflicts, RAND researchers recount the Army's efforts in the Iraq War — and offer lessons learned and recommendations:
canada is being invited to once again provide training to iraqs kurdish security forces who worked shoulder to
Canada is being invited to once again provide training to Iraq’s Kurdish security forces, who worked shoulder-to-shoulder with Canadian soldiers in the war against the Islamic State group before being frozen out in 2017.
see also and im by no means a corbynite the incredulity that was directed towards labour when they questioned
See also, and I’m by no means a Corbynite, the incredulity that was directed towards Labour when they questioned racing towards war with Iran after the bloodbath of Iraq. What do we call it when the ‘reasonable’ are maniacs?