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The US Constitution says that it is the duty of CONGRESS,

and NOT the president to declare war. The president, as

head of the military, has the duty to carry out the war.

 

At present, ISIS is everywhere. Why isn't the congress

declaring war so that US special operators can be

sent to kill ISIS everywhere?

 

Why hasn't the UN declared assad and putin in syria to be

war criminals?

 

Why hasn't the UN declared the jews to be war criminals in

killing women and children in gaza?

 

Why are morons expecting obama to do anything without

a mandate from congress and from the UN?

 

Why are politicians in congress and in the UN such complete

and utter cowards and milquetoasts?

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Why did oblameo allow ISIS to form? Status of troop agreement? hahahaha. Why didn't oblameo get a declaration of war instead of drawing lines in the sand? How is that reset button with Putin working out for you? Racist dem foreign policy has made our enemies stronger and our friends do not trust us anymore. Trump will get together with Putin and ISIS will be eliminated.

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Why does the fucking UN declare who is criminal?'

The US is a founding member of the UN Charter. The purpose of the UN is to prevent war, and it has prevented a lot of them

The US agreed to the UN Charter, ansd is bound by its provisions.

 

Isis is not a country. To declare war on Isis would contribute to giving it status as a viable country and that will not happen.

The US cannot fight a war in Syria without Syria's permission. It cannot fight Isis without fighting in Syria.

I cannot imagine how declaring war on Isis would be in any way more successful than what we are doing at present.

 

Can you tell us why declaring war on Isis would be a better idea? It is an essay question, tell us all about the pros and cons and how the pros outweigh the cons.

 

 

I'm tired of the globalism

Well, tough bungies. You can write the UN and resign from it if you wish.

 

Or just take your Chinese made keyboard and your Chinese made router and modem and fling them out the window. I am sure that will be an impressive gesture.

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The US Constitution says that it is the duty of CONGRESS,

and NOT the president to declare war. The president, as

head of the military, has the duty to carry out the war.

 

At present, ISIS is everywhere. Why isn't the congress

declaring war so that US special operators can be

sent to kill ISIS everywhere?

 

Why hasn't the UN declared assad and putin in syria to be

war criminals?

 

Why hasn't the UN declared the jews to be war criminals in

killing women and children in gaza?

 

Why are morons expecting obama to do anything without

a mandate from congress and from the UN?

 

Why are politicians in congress and in the UN such complete

and utter cowards and milquetoasts?

 

 

where the fuck have you been? Reagan/Bush started this fucking war ....in fact we have been the invaders going on 37 years.

 

GWBush/Cheney either fucked up or were insiders on 9/11/01 then merely expanded on the Reagan/Bush invasion. Henry Kissenger once mumbled whom ever controls the world oil supply controls the world economy and it's been war war war

ever since.

 

MEET PNAC:

 

"Rebuilding America's Defences," openly advocates for total global military domination” (Very dangerous position which threatens OUR freedoms and the nations security)

 

Our aim is to remind Americans of these lessons and to draw their consequences for today. Here are four consequences:

 

• we need to increase defense spending significantly if we are to carry out our global protection for Wal-Mart,Oil,Coca Cola,Pepsico,diamonds,gold etc etc etc

 

• we need to strengthen our ties to dictator regimes friendly to American interests and Bogus values;

 

• we need to promote the cause of the political right wing and economic rape for corp USA abroad;

 

• we need to accept responsibility for America's unique role in forcing others to accept our corrupt principles.

 

Such a war mongering policy of military strength and immoral clarity may not be fashionable today. But it is necessary if the United States is to build on the extortions of this past century and to ensure our security and our greatness no matter how many innocent USA soldiers and innocent mothers,children and fathers abroad die.

 

The Plan

 

Strategic Errors of Monumental Proportions

http://www.antiwar.com/orig/odom.php?articleid=10396

 

http://www.antiwar.com/orig/stockbauer1.html

 

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=Project_for_the_New_American_Century

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/usa/story/0,12271,1312540,00.html

 

http://www.commondreams.org/views04/0208-05.htm

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Why bother when the Commander in Chief views them as the JV squad?

 

They were a JV squad when he said that. Obviously, his views have changed since then. So your criticism is unwarrented

 

Frontline has a documentary all about Isis and how Cheney and Rumsfeld could have easily nipped Isis in the bud, but refused to do so.It is available at the PBS website, just in case you want to know what really happened. I tend to doubt that knowing ther truth interests you, but perhaps, hope springs eternal.

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Why bother when the Commander in Chief views them as the JV squad?

 

They were a JV squad when he said that. Obviously, his views have changed since then. So your criticism is unwarrented

 

Frontline has a documentary all about Isis and how Cheney and Rumsfeld could have easily nipped Isis in the bud, but refused to do so.It is available at the PBS website, just in case you want to know what really happened. I tend to doubt that knowing ther truth interests you, but perhaps, hope springs eternal.

Well...if they were the JV squad in September of 2014, what were they six years before that? A Pop-Warner team or a YMCA flag football team?

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I told you how you could inform yourself.

Since Iraq was founded, the Sunnis, who were in the minority, ruled Iraq. The Brits put them there, because they were the satraps of the Ottomans, and were best equipped to run the army and the police.

 

When Juniorbush conquered Iraq, he threw out anyone who was affiliated with Saddam, nearly all Sunnis. Suddenly these men had no income. So they joined with Al Qaeda, also a Sunni organization. The Caliphate of Baghdad was the high point of the Muslim empire. The Shia of Iran were enemies of the Sunnis, because they were considered heretics. So reestablishing the Caliphate was the Iraqi equivalent of Making Islam Great Again. Isis wants its country back. The restoration of the Caliphate has been a Sunni obsession for centuries.

 

Juniorbush and Cheney were told that they would become a danger, and disregarded them, and made sure that the advisors in the intel agencies agreed with them. They thought that by ignoring Isis they could bring some Sunnis back into the fold. But these particular types were quite adamant. The CIA told Obama that they were Jr Varsity, and he took them at their word.

 

Obama did not create Isis, and thought that the Iraqi Army, mostly inexperienced Shiites, were not utter cowards. When Isis beat them, he immediately changed his mind.

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OK...XO, since you didn't answer the question let me ask it a different way.

 

If ISIS was not worth worrying about in 2014, why would they be worth worrying about in 2007-2008?

 

Surely you aren't saying they got smaller, less organized and more accepting of non-Muslims during those years.

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It was always worth worrying about, I did not say that it was not.

 

Juniorbush and Cheney made a mistake by not doing away with Isis when they had the chance.

They installed Intel officials that agreed with them, another mistake.

Obama trusted those officials, another mistake.

As soon as it was obvious that they were not Jr Varsity, he changed his strategy, but the arms they captured from the cowardly Shia dominated Army by then had made them far more powerful. We gave some great weapons to the Iraqi Army. Unfortunately, they were incompetent.

 

The US did not have adequate intel to know how to govern Iraq. That is why mongering the war was a mistake. That is also why it is wise not to put US troops into Syria.

 

Hindsight is better than foresight.

When someone farts, it is a bad idea to try to seek a rhyme for it.

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Putin seems to be having little to no problem flattening the country in front of the SAA. SAA kills all captured ISIS of Syrian or Saudi descent. We should back the Kurds. NO TROOPS. Peshmerga has killed boatloads of ISIS fighters. Kurds are attacking Turkish border outposts. Putin is no fan of Turkey. Trump can make lots of deals with Putin concerning jihadis and their terror networks. Trump is holding all the cards and will undoubtably have some up his sleeve. Energy independence will help a lot as it pertains to the ME.

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The US has never been dependent or closely affiliated with Syria. Nor did it have any serious ties to Iraq before the Juniorbush's war. US oil companies, drilling companies, tanker companies would be very happy to help Qatar, Bahrain and the UAE build and put into operation a gas pipeline from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean so they could sell gas to Europe. Putin does not want that at all. The US has no need of gas, we have so much they are still flaring it off.

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Trump is holding all the cards and will undoubtedly have some up his sleeve.

 

I think Putin has all the aces and face cards. Putin wants a deep water seaport in the Med and wants to prevent a pipeline. Putin wants a stable Syria ruled by Assad or someone dependable to them. It sure looks like Putin will get what he wants.

 

Trump has few, if any cards. The US will NEVER be able to have a friendly relationship with Syria, until Israel returns the Golan, and that is unlikely. Syria is seen as Israel's most potentially troublesome enemy, and the US is Israel's main ally.

 

Trump no doubt will get some pointers from his oilman Sec of State.

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Why did oblameo allow ISIS to form?

ISIS was originally part of al qaeda which was not destroyed by incompetents

bush and cheney in their 8 years of bull shit.

 

Status of troop agreement? hahahaha.

 

bush and cheney signed an agreement with the puppet govt they put in

iraq to allow them to cut and run from iraq before they completed their incompetency

 

 

Why didn't oblameo get a declaration of war instead of drawing lines in the sand?

 

republicans control congress and bush declared mission accomplished.

 

How is that reset button with Putin working out for you? Racist dem foreign policy has made our enemies stronger and our friends do not trust us anymore. Trump will get together with Putin and ISIS will be eliminated.

 

hahahhaahahahah. love your jokes. The RUMP and tillerson will just make

sweetheart oil deals.

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i and many like me could not care less that Putin WILL SUCCEED in Syria. Oblameo gave Putin the OK when he drew the line in the sand. Assad is still using chemical weapons and Putin may actually be giving them to him. Assad is the puppet of Putin. Good for him. We need to focus on killing ALL JIHADIS everywhere they are. Racist demdopes laud Putin for his hacking ability. We could team up with Putin to hack the jihadis into their 72 virgins. There are many ways Trump and Putin can co-operate. Lets get it on.

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We should back the Kurds. NO TROOPS. Peshmerga has killed boatloads of ISIS fighters. Kurds are attacking Turkish border outposts.

 

The US will not back the kurds because turkey and greedy ass hole US oil men want kurdish oil.

 

 

Putin is no fan of Turkey. Trump can make lots of deals with Putin concerning jihadis and their terror networks. Trump is holding all the cards and will undoubtably have some up his sleeve. Energy independence will help a lot as it pertains to the ME.

 

The RUMP and tillerson and pukein will make sweetheart oil deals and they will all end up richer than god.

i and many like me could not care less that Putin WILL SUCCEED in Syria. Oblameo gave Putin the OK when he drew the line in the sand. Assad is still using chemical weapons and Putin may actually be giving them to him. Assad is the puppet of Putin. Good for him. We need to focus on killing ALL JIHADIS everywhere they are. Racist demdopes laud Putin for his hacking ability. We could team up with Putin to hack the jihadis into their 72 virgins. There are many ways Trump and Putin can co-operate. Lets get it on.

 

assad and pukein are bombing and killing syrian women and children, not isis.

They are also killing kurds to try to steal their oil and to take over iraq and then kuwait

to steal their oil.

 

It seems no one can read between the lines and recognize assad and pukin's real goals rather than the

BS of anti assad and anti russia being called "rebels"

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I see no reason for this country to be an ally of Putin or Assad. The Russians clearly can give Assad a victory. Let them do the dying and pay the bills. Assad is a monster and Putin is a tyrant. We cannot remove either of them, but we certainly are not their allies. Isis will be defeated, and the US can help do this in Iraq. Neither Putin nor Assad can be trusted.

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Oh, did I forget to mention that The RUMP through his kids and his

builder buddies will RE-BUILD the cities and military bases of the middle east as long as

they all get kick backs as well as oil sweetheart deals?

 

Wars have nothing to do with ideology. Wars are ONLY and all about money, money,

money which everyone worships.

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Iraq is over already. The end of ISIS will be in Raqqa, Syria. The only question is how many ISIS fighters will escape. We need to be thinking about where we will have the next opportunity to destroy jihadis. My prediction is Africa. Putin is not our ally and never will be. Putin is an adversary but we can make deals with him. Sanctions are still on Russia. We can keep energy prices low by drilling and GDP of Russia is based on energy. Trump is holding the cards. The first thing he should do is restore the co-operation between the officer corps of the Russian and USA armed forces.

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Perhaps we should give him the keys to Estonia. He would really like that. :unsure:

 

I think keeping the sanctions on Russia should depend entirely on Putin not invading more of the former USSR.

Putin cannot be trusted.

 

We need to seriously work on renewable energy. Oil is not a permanent solution, and the sooner we can diminish our dependence on it, the better off we will be.

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