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9 minutes ago, blazes said:

 

It's good to see you here acknowledging the obscenity of US policy in Afghanistan over the last 20 years.

Why then would you let your irrational hatred of Trump obscure the fact that he is the only American president in the last 40 or more years who has genuinely committed himself to stopping all the bloodshed.

Correct me if I am wrong, but I think we have to go back to Carter to find a president who has not been the tool of the military/industrial complex....

 

 

May well be committed to end the shedding of US citizens blood overseas, but not to ending bloodshed by allies. 

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20 minutes ago, Sujo said:

Whats he actually done.

 

There's none so blind as those who cannot see.

 

What's he done?  Just saved committing a few more Americans to death.

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20 minutes ago, simple1 said:

May well be committed to end the shedding of US citizens blood overseas, but not to ending bloodshed by allies. 

 

I'm not sure that this effusion is worthy of response, but I am puzzled as to how an American president can be committed to "ending bloodshed by allies".  Surely, that is the responsibility of the allies entirely.  (A separate question: who exactly are these allies that presently are in danger of shedding blood?)

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7 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

There is not the slightest evidence that he’s done any such thing.

 

 

The absence of evidence in this case would in fact prove the contention that he has not sent American soldiers to their death!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Sorry if it's confusing.

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19 minutes ago, blazes said:

 

I'm not sure that this effusion is worthy of response, but I am puzzled as to how an American president can be committed to "ending bloodshed by allies".  Surely, that is the responsibility of the allies entirely.  (A separate question: who exactly are these allies that presently are in danger of shedding blood?)

To be clear, Blood shed by allies supporting US interests / policy In this case Afghanistan. One hopes trump administration will at a minimum still provide air cover, medical facilities and so on

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7 hours ago, Tug said:

I see total surrender cut and run leaving all the people who helped us left to be slaughtered but don’t worry trump will call it a win

I wonder what Bot you are using. When a topic mentioning Trump comes on TVF you are almost always one of the first if not the first to 'react'. 

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7 hours ago, blazes said:

 

So you would rather American soldiers stayed there indefinitely, assuring many thousands more American troop deaths????????????????????????????????

 

The us failed again

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Like he really cares about anyone but him-lock the b**ch up 👍

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It’s like letting a pedophile out of jail on a promise 

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3 hours ago, Sujo said:

He talks about things but actually does nothing.

that; in the real world is called, Delegating 

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