KOMMONSENTSJANE – What Trump said about U.S. military attack on Syria in 2013 — Fellowship of the Minds

Quod Mutatum? What changed from 2013, Mr. Trump? ~Eowyn

via What Trump said about U.S. military attack on Syria in 2013 — Fellowship of the Minds

Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

The difference of how you think when you are a  citizen and then when you are the President.  It does make a difference when the problem is on your shoulders.  It is kind of strange how Democrats  were happy about the bombing and  have these feelings for foreigners but have no feelings when babies are aborted and cut to pieces.

The President stated that  watching the bombing with gas which included citizens – men, women, and children, including babies,  had altered his opinion of this man  and he just could not sit back and allow this.

Also, President Trump needs to be sure he doesn’t forget his promise to the people “who brought him to the dance.”   We understand the bombing was to show Assad what would happen if he sprayed his people with gas again.

It is time for the squabbling in the White House to stop.  The  one fellow who works for the President who is dry behind the ears and the other one who is still wet behind the ears need to learn from each other  – the  one who is still wet behind the ears needs to learn from the other one who is dry behind the ears.  Each one has to learn from the other.  They can each present their proposal and let the President make the decision as to what is best for the country. Just quit squabbling – one is a Jew and one is either a non-Christian or Christian.

I am sure they are both smart and have good ideas.

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