Dictators and Dead Babies

The Donald Trump Doctrine of Offensive Remarks

We have a President who defies gravity. He claims he can leap from tall building to tall building in a single bound, which we all know, makes no logical sense. There was this religion he proposed during the campaign. It was simple really: Nationalism vs. Globalism and that any dealings with another nation could be simplified down to a deal.

He keeps telling us and of course, the rest of the world, that he and he alone has inherited a mess that he now will fix. Imagine what was going through the mind of Abdullah II of Jordan standing mere feet from Superman. Abdullah, a man who actually puts on a military uniform and fights along with his soldiers. Here is a ruler who has been dealing with the Middle East and radical Islam for almost 20 years. Hearing the words, “I have inherited a mess” must have sent shockwaves through his royal body.

The drip, drip of dictators and the blood being shed in all parts of our earth has finally changed the way our President views certain bad actors on the world stage. Suddenly, he sees that powerful dictators are not deal makers; they are ruthless killers.

Just yesterday he blamed Obama for something that happened yesterday, but today, he said, “It crossed a lot of lines for me,” and added, “When you kill innocent children, innocent babies, little babies, with a chemical gas that is so lethal that people were shocked to hear what gas it was, that crosses many, many lines, beyond a red line, many, many lines.” And then, he blames Obama again today, huh?

Was the last time Assad used chemicals on his own people okay, but now it’s time to do something? Trump lets us in on his big revelation, “My attitude toward Syria and Assad has changed very much!” Oh, really Trump, what was the big tipping point?

According to the United Nations, since the war began in 2011, an estimated 400,000 Syrians have been killed. And yes, we know that the video of lifeless children being washed down in an attempt to keep them from succumbing to the lethal poisons and the horrible pictures of children gasping their last breath makes a difference, but there is a giant missing piece to this puzzle. And just maybe Trump is about to place that piece into a giant map of the world.

Has the great Donald finally figured out that the reason there are so many refugees, the ones he disdains and fears, running away from this repulsive dictator and the ghastly reality of dead babies?

You see, you can talk about ISIS and brag about how you are going to eradicate them from the face of the earth, which not only makes a great campaign slogan for you, but a dandy recruitment clip for them, but that is only one piece of the enigma.

Dictators who kill people when they get in the way are just as bad as ISIS. If you thought domestic healthcare was complicated, the Middle East is ten times as tough.

Remember, if Assad is as depraved as you think he is and now believe he should be stopped, you are going to have to face Putin. You will have to tell the Russian leader that you want him to help you STOP ASSAD, not the rebels. The rebels – or as they are also known as – the Syrian people, are being killed by Russians and Assad’s troops. And Assad gets aid from Iran, another Russian ally. Who knew it was so complicated?

We all know, that Obama was tricked by your buddy Putin into believing that all the chemical weapons were taken out of Syria. We also know that Putin is now trying to fool you into believing that the rebels gassed their own people. Really? Does that make any sense?

The world is waiting for the President of the United States to get his focus back on important issues and stop with the stupid tweets about TV shows and Bill O’Reilly.

America First is a nice chant, but the world is a big place. You say you need $54 billion more dollars for the military, but what you need a damn strategy and well-thought-out policy for what you plan to do with that much might.

This on-the-job training is fatiguing. Sad!