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Open Thread || Friday, January 3, 2020

Well, it looks like President Trump is making clear that we don’t do embassy takeovers anymore, whether Benghazi or Iran — or Baghdad.

U.S. SOVEREIGN TERRITORY finally being defended.

Anyway, looking forward to your thoughts on this and whatever else you want to discuss.

Keith

14 thoughts on “Open Thread || Friday, January 3, 2020”

  1. I tried to comment earlier but it wouldn’t post. Trying again. WELL DONE to our Commander in Chief and our Brilliant Military! Period! (Maybe it wouldn’t post cause I added a clapping icon?)

  2. President Trump did what had to be done and defended US lives, property and interests being attacked by these crazies and troglodytes. Now the Democrats, Progressive, and other misfits are really going to be mad at Trump!

    And of course, Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran’s Quds Force, as of today, has assumed room temperature and is no longer able to continue his reign of terror thanks to our US military. So that’s another good thing.

      1. This topic came up in our lower Mississippi tour. You needed direct man power behind all weapons, no tech for far off attacking. A cannon couldn’t be facing downhill -to protect a city on a hill, Vicksburg. I had never given this much thought, but the cannon ball just ”fell down”.
        As things go, the world has become more deadly through high tech, which isn’t a bad thing.

  3. After eight long years of watching Obama (apologize for this country, bowing down before enemies, failing to defend “red lines” of his own making, rewarding terrorism by shipping pallets of cash to Iran, promising Putin to be more flexible, leaving Americans to their fate in Benghazi, and shipping guns to Mexico), finally we have a President that defends our interests and American lives. No more singing Kumbaya around a campfire.

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