Re: Today in Trump
You defended that illegal war by arguing that Saddam 'had to go' and now you appear to be justifying your own country lacking any democratic accountability both domestic and international when it comes to someone who has never been a threat to America meaning an attack on America itself. I find it quite curious how you can claim to be about the constitution or even morality when it comes to your thinking on issues like this. I think pretty much the same way as Gabbard on this. As Ron Paul argues too, it is ludicrous to have such a compound in Iraq in the first place considering it is there as the result of illegal war. Talk about rubbing someone nose in it.
I get that we have very different positions on this, but it is nice that we are able to do it civilly without losing naughty words. I am cool with America, but that foreign policy for me is somewhat vulgar definitely criminal and I have always been very much in the Chomsky camp analysis on these things.