Wars that the Democrats have started or gotten America involved in.

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If you listen to the Democrats talk, you would think that they were Saints. Well I’m going to name some Wars that the Democrats have started or gotten America involved in.

1. Democrat got America in the Vietnam War.
A. Democrat President John Kennedy sent money and advisors to South Vietnam.
B. Democrat president Lyndon Johnson sent American troops into Vietnam.
C. 2 Million people died in the Vietnam war.
4. 58,000 Americans died in Vietnam, and another 350,000 were injured.

democrat wars  Democrat got America in the Vietnam War.

Democrats got America involved in the Korean war.
A. It was Democrat president Harry Truman that sent Americans to fight in the Korean war.
B. 33,000 Americans were killed in that war.

3. Democrats used nuclear weapons on Japan.
A. It was Democrat president Harry Truman that dropped 2 nuclear bombs on Japan killing innocent women and children, killing over 200,000 innocent civilians.


Harry Truman (Democrat)  harry truman that dropped 2 nuclear bombs on innocent women and children in japan

Harry Truman (Democrat)

worldwar1 Democrat president Woodrow Wilson that got America involved in World War 1.

  1. Democrats got America involved in World War 1. A. It was Democrat president Woodrow Wilson that got America involved in World War 1. B. 37 million people died in that war.C. 117,000 Americans were killed in that war.

united-states-national-cemetery Democrat president Franklin Roosevelt that got America involved in World War 2.

Democrats got America involved in World War 2. A. It was Democrat president Franklin Roosevelt that got America involved in World War 2. B. 70 million people died in that war. C. 406,000 Americans died in that war.

bay of pigs time magazine6. Democrats started the Bay of Pigs. A. It was Democrat president John F Kennedy that started the Bay of Pigs, which was a war against Cuba

A Libyan rebel prays next to his gun on the outskirts of Ajdabiya Democrat president Barack Obama that bombed Libya 7. Democrats bombed Libya.
A. It was Democrat president Barack Obama that bombed Libya killing 1000’s of innocent women and children.

Hillary more of the same.jpg 2It appears that Hillary Clinton was getting personally briefed on the battlefield crimes of her beloved anti-Gaddafi fighters long before some of the worst of these genocidal crimes took place.

The most well-documented example of Tawergha an entire town of 30,000 black and “dark -skinned” Libyans which vanished by August 2011 after its takeover by NATO-backed NTC Misratan brigades.

 Hillary’s Dirty War in Libya: New Emails Reveal Propaganda, Executions, Coveting Libyan Oil and Gold



















Here Is a List Of Every US Town Obama Is Sending Syrian Refugees…

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Here Is a List Of Every US Town Obama Is Sending Syrian Refugees…

The Syrian refugee crisis has been wreaking havoc all over the world,
so when the opportunity arose to take in more “refugees,” Obama just
couldn’t pass up the chance to put our national security at risk once
Most of these refugees are male as we have all seen in pictures. They
claim to be fleeing ISIS, but a new survey found that 1 in 4 refugees
either sympathize with ISIS or have a mixed or lukewarm view of the
terror group.
A Syrian operative has already claimed more than 4,000 covert ISIS
gunmen have been smuggled into western nations
– hidden among innocent
refugees. The lethal ISIS gunmen use local smugglers to blend in and
travel among a huge tide of illegal migrants flooding Europe.

The FBI openly admitted they have no way to vet the refugees coming to
America. Mr. Michael Steinback, Assistant Director for the FBI, told
the House committee, ” We don’t have it under control. If
I were to
say that we had it under control, then I would say I know of every
single individual traveling. I don’t. And I don’t know every person
there and I don’t know everyone coming back. So it’s not even close to
being under control.”
If terrorist weren’t enough of a reason not to take in more refugees,
we also have to worry about the criminals. Sweden opened it’s doors to
refugees, just like Obama wants to do, and now they are experiencing a rape
Nearly 80% of the rape cases are perpetrated by”foreigners” There were only 421 rapes in 1975, since they have allowed so many Muslim migrants in, that number has skyrocketed to 6,620 just last year alone.

Obama is increasing the number of migrants being brought to the U.S by
10,000, so it’s important to know where they will be going, and if it
is a town near you.
The Department of state released a list of all the
processing centers these refugees will be sent. Find out if your town
is on the list, and please share with your friends and loved ones.

Anchorage, AK
Mobile, AL
Springdale, AR
Glendale, AZ
Phoenix, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Anaheim, CA
Garden Grove, CA
Glendale, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Los Gatos, CA
Modesto, CA
Oakland, CA
Sacramento, CA
San Bernardino, CA
San Diego, CA
San Francisco, CA
San Jose, CA
Turlock, CA
Walnut Creek, CA
Colorado Springs, CO
Denver, CO
Greeley, CO
Bridgeport, CT
Hartford, CT
New Haven, CT
Washington, DC
Wilmington, DE
Clearwater, FL
Delray Beach, FL
Doral, FL
Jacksonville, FL
Lauderdale Lakes, FL
Miami, FL
Naples, FL
North Port, FL
Orlando, FL
Palm Springs, FL
Pensacola, FL
Riviera Beach, FL
Tallahassee, FL
Tampa, FL
Atlanta, GA
Savannah, GA
Stone Mountain, GA
Honolulu, HI
Cedar Rapids, IA
Des Moines, IA
Des Moines, IA
Boise, ID
Twin Falls, ID
Aurora, IL
Chicago, IL
Moline, IL
Rockford, IL
Wheaton, IL
Fort Wayne, IN
Indianapolis, IN
Garden City, KS
Kansas City, KS
Wichita, KS
Bowling Green, KY
Lexington, KY
Louisville, KY
Owensboro, KY
Baton Rouge, LA
Lafayette, LA
Metairie, LA
Boston, MA
Framingham, MA
Jamaica Plain, MA
Lowell, MA
South Boston, MA
Springfield, MA
West Springfield, MA
Worcester, MA
Baltimore, MD
Glen Burnie, MD
Rockville, MD
Silver Spring, MD
Portland, ME
Related:  [Watch] Obama Admits No Strategy for ISIS, Won’t “Put The
Cart Before The Horse”
Ann Arbor, MI
Battle Creek, MI
Clinton Township, MI
Dearborn, MI
Grand Rapids, MI
Lansing, MI
Troy, MI
Minneapolis, MN
Richfield, MN
Rochester, MN
Saint Paul, MN
St. Cloud, MN
Columbia, MO
Kansas City, MO
Saint Louis, MO
Springfield, MO
Biloxi, MS
Jackson, MS
Charlotte, NC
Durham, NC
Greensboro, NC
High Point, NC
New Bern, NC
Raleigh, NC
Wilmington, NC
Bismarck, ND
Fargo, ND
Grand Forks, ND
Lincoln, NE
Omaha, NE
Concord, NH
Manchester, NH
Camden, NJ
East Orange, NJ
Elizabeth, NJ
Jersey City, NJ
Albuquerque, NM
Las Vegas, NV
Albany, NY
Amityville, NY
Binghamton, NY
Brooklyn, NY
Buffalo, NY
New York, NY
Rochester, NY
Syracuse, NY
Utica, NY
Akron, OH
Cincinnati, OH
Cleveland, OH
Columbus, OH
Dayton, OH
Toledo, OH
Oklahoma City, OK
Portland, OR
Related:  [Watch] BBC: Newest ISIS Weapon Is The Chlorine Gas Bomb
Allentown, PA
Erie, PA
Harrisburg, PA
Lancaster, PA
Philadelphia, PA
Pittsburgh, PA
Scranton, PA
San Juan, PR
Providence, RI
Columbia, SC
Spartanburg, SC
Huron, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Chattanooga, TN
Knoxville, TN
Memphis, TN
Nashville, TN
Abilene, TX
Amarillo, TX
Austin, TX
Corpus Christi, TX
Dallas, TX
El Paso, TX
Fort Worth, TX
Houston, TX
San Antonio, TX
Salt Lake City, UT
Arlington, VA
Charlottesville, VA
Falls Church, VA
Fredericksburg, VA
Harrisonburg, VA
Newport News, VA
Richmond, VA
Roanoke, VA
Colchester, VT
Kent, WA
Richland, WA
Seattle, WA
Spokane, WA
Tacoma, WA
Vancouver, WA
Green Bay, WI
Madison, WI
Milwaukee, WI
Oshkosh, WI
Sheboygan, WI
Charleston, WV
Source: Refugee Public Affiliate Directory
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Donald Trump Foreign relations and America’s role in the world

Trump is, articulating a coherent vision of international relations and America’s role in the world.

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David Sanger and Maggie Haberman capture it well here is a portion of their lengthy New York Times interview with Trump:

“In Mr. Trump’s worldview, the United States has become a diluted power, and the main mechanism by which he would re-establish its central role in the world is economic bargaining. He approached almost every current international conflict through the prism of a negotiation, even when he was imprecise about the strategic goals he sought.” The United States, Trump believes, has been “disrespected, mocked, and ripped off for many, many years by people that were smarter, shrewder, tougher. We were the big bully, but we were not smartly led. And we were … the big stupid bully, and we were systematically ripped off by everybody.”

Trump hasn’t the slightest objection to being perceived as a bully, but he doesn’t want to be ripped off. Thus, he says, he’d be willing to stop buying oil from the Saudis if they don’t get serious about fighting the Islamic State; limit China’s access to U.S. markets if Beijing continues its expansionist policies in the South China Sea; and discard America’s traditional alliance — from NATO to the Pacific — partners if they won’t pull their own weight.

To those who criticize his apparent contradictions, his vagueness about his ultimate strategic objectives, or his willingness to make public threats, he offers a simple

and Machiavellian response: “We need unpredictability.” To Trump, an effective negotiator plays his cards close to his chest: He doesn’t let anyone know his true bottom line, and he always preserves his ability to make a credible bluff. (Here it is, from the transcript of his conversation with the New York Times: “You know, if I win, I don’t want to be in a position where I’ve said I would or I wouldn’t [use force to resolve a particular dispute].… I wouldn’t want to say. I wouldn’t want them to know what my real thinking is.”)

Trump has little time for either neoconservatives or liberal interventionists; he thinks they allow their belief in American virtue to blind them to both America’s core interests and the limits of American power.

He has even less time for multilateralist diplomats: They’re too willing to compromise, trading away American interests in exchange for platitudes about friendship and cooperation.

And he has no time at all for those who consider long-standing U.S. alliances

sacrosanct. To Trump, U.S. alliances, like potential business partners in a real-estate transaction, should always be asked: “What have you done for me lately?”

In his inimitable way, Trump is offering a powerful challenge to many of the core assumptions of Washington’s bipartisan foreign-policy elite. And if mainstream Democrats and Republicans want to counter Trump’s appeal, they need to get serious about explaining why his vision of the world isn’t appropriate — and they need to do so without merely falling back on tired clichés.

The Tired clichés roll easily off the tongue:

U.S. alliances and partnerships are vital. NATO is a critical component of U.S. security.

Forward-deployed troops in Japan and South Korea are vital to assurance and deterrence.

We need to maintain good relations with Saudi Arabia. And so on. How do we know these things? Because in Washington, everyone who’s anyone knows these things.

But this is pure intellectual and ideological laziness.

Without more specificity, these truisms of the Washington foreign-policy elite are just pablum.

Why, exactly, does the United States need to keep troops in Japan, or Germany, or Kuwait? Would the sky really fall if the United States had fewer forward-deployed troops? What contingencies are we preparing for? Who and what are we deterring, and how do we know if it’s working?

Who are we trying to reassure? What are the financial and opportunity costs? Do the defense treaties and overseas bases that emerged after World War II still serve U.S. interests? Which interests? How?

Does a U.S. alliance with the Saudis truly offer more benefits than costs?

What bad things would happen if we shifted course, taking a less compromising stance toward “allies” who don’t offer much in return?

Questions like these are legitimate and important, and it’s reasonable for ordinary Americans to be dissatisfied by politicians and pundits who make no real effort to offer answers.

Trump’s vision of the world — and his conception of statecraft — it reflects a fairly coherent theory of international relations. It’s realist, transactional, and Machiavellian — and it demands a serious, thoughtful, and nondefensive response.

If those in the foreign-policy community can’t be bothered to offer one, a “TRUMP” sign on the White House may be better than we deserve.

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