So. I did the unthinkable, I befriended a co-worker on Facebook. *gasp* I sort of broke my cardinal rule. Let the drama begin.
— Write From Karen (@writefromkaren) June 27, 2014
Why are people asking what the US will do about Iraq? Better question: what will Iraq do about Iraq? Warhawks need to get a clue for once
— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) June 14, 2014
@MattWalshBlog If the couple down the street were fighting & becoming violent with each other, wouldn't you like to do something?
— w t n (@WTrentNichols) June 14, 2014
@MattWalshBlog By all means let's let the terrorists set up shop so they can train new jihadis to fly planes and kill American civilians.
— Anon E. Moose Sources (@BobtheReplier) June 14, 2014
These comments kill me. So, by your logic, it will be equally okay to get involved in a fight that is not our fight when we have a Republican president? Right?? You can’t have it both ways … either we help them because it’s the right thing to do, or we don’t, regardless of the party in power at the time.
@MattWalshBlog How about because we caused this by toppling the old regime?
— Mike Stone (@stonewallmike) June 14, 2014
Right. Because the old regime was such an innocent bunch of good ‘ole boys who wouldn’t hurt a fly … until they organized and flew planes into American buildings and killed thousands of innocent people.
And let’s not forget that we just added fuel to the crazy terrorist fire by releasing five top Iranian terrorists to join the fight and brain storm new, horrific ways to kill us.
Hey. Don’t look at me, I didn’t vote for the numbnut.