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Were it not for the total inability of some on the left to ever have a positive thought about a Republican, it would be obvious that isolating out two words from their context it totally false.



Bush never said those words.



As to Trump - he was praising the UK and France and their military in saying that. And, unless you are privy to the actual mission statement, how can you possibly think that it was not accomplished?



So, who is the "moron" in this scenario - the President or those criticizing him?

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   First, the nit-picking by the ignoble donald supporter is correct.. GWB didn't say Mission Accomplished, instead he approved a huge banner to be behind him when patting himself on his own back:

Image result for George W Bush with mission accomplished banner

     So as they nit-pick, they can never run a banner again, or attack anyone that has a banner within view of the camera...OK?   

 

     But just likd GWB, Donald is blowing smoke, if one is to believe anyone else that represents him.     From today,  Nikki Haley addressed UN today.   Her statement (8+minutes)    "If the Syrian regime uses this poison gas again, the United States is locked and loaded," Haley said.    That sure doesn't sound like it is all over, now does it.    

     Or are the ignoblers going to 'ASSUME" that destroying a building means destroying all that was stored in it ( or presumed to still be in the building).    https://www.yahoo.com/news/syria-uses-toxic-gas-again-u-locked-loaded-154003633.html?soc_trk=gcm&soc...

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Every intelligent voter in America just had their eyebrows raised as Trump repeats Dubya's "Mission Accomplished" meme on Twitter.  I know Trump does not like to read. I am not sure he CAN read but surely this snowflake has seen a broadcasts about how Dubya used that banner to start the longest war in human history?

 

What a moron. 

 

 

Irony has died a thousand deaths (and counting) under Trump.

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@rk9152wrote:

Were it not for the total inability of some on the left to ever have a positive thought about a Republican, it would be obvious that isolating out two words from their context it totally false.

 

Bush never said those words.

 

As to Trump - he was praising the UK and France and their military in saying that. And, unless you are privy to the actual mission statement, how can you possibly think that it was not accomplished?

 

So, who is the "moron" in this scenario - the President or those criticizing him?


Dubya never said those words and I am certain that the banner posted prominently behind him during a photo op was completely missed by the presidential preparation team.  I believe I mentioned the banner in my post but conservatives are allergic to facts. 

 

As Rush Limbaugh used to say "Words mean things". In America "Mission Accomplished" has become a synonym for catastrophic unintended consequences. 

 

We still have to go with Rex Tillerson' call on this one. Donald Trump has not moved the Moron meter one bit.  It still solidly points to him. 

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@oceanedge2wrote:

rk - So, who is the "moron" in this scenario - the President or those criticizing him?

 

Obviously dt is the "moron".  This was seven (7) days ago.

 

Even as Trump urges Syria exit, the military says it’s not finished with ISIS

 

"seven (7) days ago" - what does that have to do with the issue?

 

What do you propose - a permanent military presence in the region? As to ISIS - it is an extreme religious ideology. You don't deal with it with massive military presence sending them off to their 72 virgins.

 

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@schlomowrote:

Although the Iraq War wasn't the longest war in human history, just in our time, Trump's triumphant MISSION ACCOMPLISHED tweet could be as tragically ironic as was Dubya's misnomer.


As far as I know the mission as defined was accomplished. Do you know otherwise?

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rk - So, who is the "moron" in this scenario - the President or those criticizing him?

 

Obviously dt is the "moron".  This was seven (7) days ago.

 

Even as Trump urges Syria exit, the military says it’s not finished with ISIS

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/even-as-trump-urges-syria-exit-the-military-s...

 

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@rk9152wrote:

@Richvawrote:

Every intelligent voter in America just had their eyebrows raised as Trump repeats Dubya's "Mission Accomplished" meme on Twitter.  I know Trump does not like to read. I am not sure he CAN read but surely this snowflake has seen a broadcasts about how Dubya used that banner to start the longest war in human history?

 

What a moron. 

 

 

 

https://www.cnn.com/2018/04/14/politics/trump-syria-strike/index.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medi...


Were it not for the total inability of some on the left to ever have a positive thought about a Republican, it would be obvious that isolating out two words from their context it totally false.

 

Bush never said those words.

 

As to Trump - he was praising the UK and France and their military in saying that. And, unless you are privy to the actual mission statement, how can you possibly think that it was not accomplished?

 

So, who is the "moron" in this scenario - the President or those criticizing him?


Without the slightest possibility of doubt - those who follow and support trump exceed him in demonstrating profoundly sub-median performance.

 

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Although the Iraq War wasn't the longest war in human history, just in our time, Trump's triumphant MISSION ACCOMPLISHED tweet could be as tragically ironic as was Dubya's misnomer.

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@Richvawrote:

Every intelligent voter in America just had their eyebrows raised as Trump repeats Dubya's "Mission Accomplished" meme on Twitter.  I know Trump does not like to read. I am not sure he CAN read but surely this snowflake has seen a broadcasts about how Dubya used that banner to start the longest war in human history?

 

What a moron. 

 

 

 

https://www.cnn.com/2018/04/14/politics/trump-syria-strike/index.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medi...


Were it not for the total inability of some on the left to ever have a positive thought about a Republican, it would be obvious that isolating out two words from their context it totally false.

 

Bush never said those words.

 

As to Trump - he was praising the UK and France and their military in saying that. And, unless you are privy to the actual mission statement, how can you possibly think that it was not accomplished?

 

So, who is the "moron" in this scenario - the President or those criticizing him?

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