Can people who want U.S troops in Syria be called anything other than war mongers?
- robertoLv 64 weeks ago
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- armourorLv 51 month ago
if they are saving the Kurds i would call them Allies
- STEVEN FLv 71 month ago
They can be called MANY other things. Most of the politicians complaining about withdrawing troops are more accurately called HYPOCRITES. That is because many of them vocally opposed having them there in the first place.
- oikoσLv 71 month ago
Can people who abandon their allies and allow the escape of ISIS prisoners be called anything but incredibly stupid? We just lost valuable allies to the Russians. Nice going by Cadet Bonespurs. Now, Republicans and the military are down on him.
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- yLv 71 month ago
They don't seem to understand that Turkey was expanding it's border whether US troops were there or not. That was the reason for the sudden withdrawal. Not only to save those servicemen but to avoid war with another member of NATO. What to do with Turkey, who has not been a good member. Going back to when ISIS had control of most of Iraq. Turkey allowed ISIS to use their country as a safe haven for personal and supplies. In fairness Turkey did so so ISIS would not start attacking them. Eventually Turkey clamped down and ISIS did attack, forcing Turkey into the conflict.
- NeengefanLv 61 month ago
Ridiculous! You don't pull them out when another country wants to take over. With the escape of Isis's fighters, has made the effort a waste of money & lives. When there is no crisis is when you leave.
- ChrisLv 61 month ago
Some of the same libtards who speak of destabilization if we do not protect the border between Syria and Turkey have no problem with destroying the border between the United States and Mexico.
- humptyLv 71 month ago
Yes. I support withdrawal after an genuine peace agreement that protects our former allies. I opposed sending them there in the first place, but cannot support our nation betraying those who believed in our honour.
I am not a warmonger, just an American who believes our national security requires us to behave honourably with our allies. We do want them to trust us.
- 1 month ago
yes they can do that
- Anonymous1 month ago
There weren't even that many troops there, and most of them were tasked with training and supplying the Kurds. The alternative is the annihilation of the Kurds. Which one sounds better?