By Jim Campbell
December 31, 1919
After bringing the Joint Chief of Staff together and listening to their input.
It was apparent they aren’t up to dealing with the Iranian mullahs.
Trump’s first address to Congress focused on national security, tax and regulatory reform, the economy, and healthcare. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Thus far, the president’s response has been to put the Iranian mullahs on notice that they will be held accountable while at the same time he has sent in 100 United States to protect the enemy and its staff.
United States Marines on board the helicopter above.
WASHINGTON, DC – FEBRUARY 28: Gen. Joseph Dunford, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Joint Chiefs of Staff look on as U.S. President Donald Trump addresses a joint session of the U.S. Congress on February 28, 2018, in the House chamber of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC.
Iran and its mullahs will never act like normal citizens because they are\ miles away from normal.
They are Muslims, you know the type that screws sheep.
Since the real Chiefs of Staff were not available for our meeting we have decided the following:
Iran has been an exporter of weapons and their own Republican Guard whenever they have an opportunity to make money or they feel it is in they can benefit from in the short, medium or long term.
This need only be a propaganda coup.
It’s not a matter of if but when we will have to slap them around.
This time let’s think outside the box and bomb the shit out of them.
Killing the enemy along with innocents, women, and children, of course, that’s what war used to be all about.
Did the Nazi’s care if the killed the people of Britain under their continued blitzkriegs?
Can you hear a big HELL no from the cheap seats?
Of course not, the same with the allied bombing of the Rhineland, the same answer.
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When was the last time the United States sent our men and woman off to war to win it?
That, of course, was World War II when it was win or die with the Nazis and the Japanese both attempting to take over the war.
Our other wars were Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, and Iraq who some would argue we had no business attacking.
Blandly titled The U.S. Army in the Iraq War and based on 30,000 pages of newly declassified documents, the study recounts a litany of familiar but still infuriating blunders on Washington’s part: failing to prepare for the invasion’s aftermath, misunderstanding Iraqi culture and politics and sidelining or ignoring genuine experts, disbanding the Iraqi army and evicting Baath Party members from the government, ignoring and even denying the rise of sectarian violence, and sapping momentum by rotating troops too frequently.
Oh, our Congress must deliver through their connections with lobbyists made sure the U.S. continued to fund the military complex, which President Dwight Eisenhower in his last speech warned us.
Have snipers perform low altitude, hi oxygen jumps into Iran and as snipers work their way into position to begin killing the mullahs or target one of their meeting with a drone strike, killing all of them and anyone nearby.
Would this cause outrage?
Of course, it would among Democrats who start wars with no intention of completing them be with the first wave of combat troops so they will have first-hand knowledge of what war is really like, rather than being chauffeured around in their limousines to their favorite upscale George Town restaurants with secret service protection for many.
It’s too bad members of congress must learn things the hard way yet they don’t seem to learn anything from their failures.
That would likely change if those who voted for war went to war.
It would also send a strong message that the U.S. will no longer play nice, it has taken the gloves off.