Can we just say that it can be a little nauseating to see so many Republicans saying a lot of the right things about Syria for all the wrong reasons? Of course, if Syria had any substantial oil reserves, the totally-serious-this-time possible presidential candidate might be singing a different tune, like that one time, so very long ago (March of this year) when he addressed CPAC and
Oh, Duhnald, stop plagiarizing <a href="http:\/\/www.huffingtonpost.com\/2013\/09\/05\/rachel-maddow-syria-iraq-war-architects_n_3872722.html" target="_blank">Rachel Maddow</a>
I always thought it was the threat of waterboarding.
<blockquote>He&rsquo;s a man of ideas, you know. Ideas about oil.</blockquote>
Hmmm... seems to me to be more like a single idea, rehashed over and over.
I bet it&#039;s ponies!
Is he still allowed to write his own tweets?
He just had his hair plugs adjusted. Any changes to his cognitive function are accidental and temporary in nature.
Of course, if we follow his logic, then he should have zero standing to discuss...
...well, pretty much anything.
Nomi Malone libel!
I get very worried when I hear The Donald say something that sounds sensible. I fear I&#039;m losing whatever tenuous grasp on reality I do have.
Nah, I&#039;m not nauseated. I&#039;m counting on the Teapers to rise up as one and do the thing they do best: vote No on anything Obama wants, because he wants it.
Of course, they will probably crush my hopes by voting with O the one time when obstructionism might be useful, because they just can&#039;t say no ever to the military option.
If only tacky gold-plated decor was as valuable as oil....
Idiot points out most obvious thing ever. Film at 11.
He can see Russia from his penthouse.
But sooo warm....