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Connect the dots?

Withdrawal from Syria and funding for the wall?

Less money spent in Syria, more money for the wall

Of course, the cost of bringing them home would be a "new expense" that wasn't budgeted for....

DJT tweet

Getting out of Syria was no surprise. I’ve been campaigning on it for years, and six months ago, when I very publicly wanted to do it, I agreed to stay longer. Russia, Iran, Syria & others are the local enemy of ISIS. We were doing there work. Time to come home & rebuild

there work?...shouldn't that be their work? Rhetorical question...I know what it should be, and so do you.

Never mind looking for a Chief of Staff...get a proofreader in there..

As if he doesn't look bad enough.

Let's see if they correct this post by DJT.

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Forgetting your spelling nitpicking for a moment

In reply to: Connect the dots?

since everyone does that same thing nearly every day of our lives...…as long as everyone, including you, knows what it should be, that's all that matters, isn't it?

Let's get to the REAL complaint you made. Bringing our military home is an expense not budgeted for......no matter WHEN they come home, that expense IS ALWAYS budgeted for. Do you expect our military to pay personally for the trip home? The saddest part of wars anywhere is that the USA still leaves most of the military equipment the taxpayer bought and paid for behind and never budgets to bring IT home, too. You're an idiot just looking for something....ANYTHING....to complain about.

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RE: since everyone does that same thing nearly every day of

In reply to: Forgetting your spelling nitpicking for a moment

RE:since everyone does that same thing nearly every day of our lives.

Sure we do.....AND 3 or 4 people MAY read our "mistakes/errors".

RE:as long as everyone, including you, knows what it should be, that's all that matters, isn't it?

Everyone? From what I've seen, it appears POTUS doesn't "know what it should be",

What should THIS be?

Bringing our military home is an expense not budgeted for......no matter WHEN they come home, that expense IS ALWAYS budgeted for.

First it's "NOT budgeted for", then it "IS ALWAYS budgeted for"?

Take the wall money and use it for troop withdrawal?

They get the money from a "slush fund"?

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See what I did there?

In reply to: RE: since everyone does that same thing nearly every day of

I made a statement where I quoted YOUR WORDS, and didn't put any quote marks around it, and you CHOSE to pretend to show I reversed course in the same sentence. Amazing what liberals can do to try to win a debate when you know you've lost it from the git-go, isn't it?

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RE:where I quoted YOUR WORDS

In reply to: See what I did there?

Exactly which of MY WORDS did YOU quote?

RE: See what I did there?

Divert and deflect?

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Did you NOT say this?

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"the cost of bringing them home would be a "new expense" that wasn't budgeted for"

I just repeated them without quotes and told you they are ALWAYS budgeted.

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