Conservative Superstar Tom Cotton in Iraq

Warmonger madman Tom Cotton of Arkansas, instigator of the #47Traitors letter from GOP senators to the Iranian government seeking to sabotage international negotiations on lifting sanctions, is at it again: this past week he told radio bigot Tony Perkins that Iran needed to be bombed, and that the operation would be a cakewalk, pontificating: “Even if military action were required, the president is trying to make you think it would be 150,000 heavy mechanized troops on the ground in the Middle East again as we saw in Iraq. That’s simply not the case. It would be something more along the lines of what President Clinton did in December 1998 during Operation Desert Fox. Several days of air and naval bombing against Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction facilities for exactly the same kind of behavior. For interfering with weapons inspectors and for disobeying Security Council resolutions. All we’re asking is that the president simply be as tough in the protection of America’s national security interest as Bill Clinton was.” After passing Metternich and Talleyrand last week in the ranking of all-time greatest diplomats, the megalomaniac Cotton is now reportedly in line for promotion to Field Marshal. Another GOP presidency is virtually guaranteed to trigger general war.

Freemasonic opportunist Rand Paul posed this week on the deck of an aircraft carrier to stress his conversion to jingoistic “peace through strength,” meaning thinly veiled militarism, as he contorts himself to follow the psychotic humors of his GOP xenophobic base. Questions about his protean flip-flops have been met by self-righteous browbeating of reporters.(Photo Gage Skidmore)

Another tragic presidency waiting in the wings: Hillary Clinton is to announce her White House bid in the next several days. She is a warmonger and a Wall Street puppet. Her success, like Rand Paul?s, would spell yet another sickening downward lurch for the United States.

Greek Premier Alexis Tsipras visited Moscow this week for talks with President Putin. Discussions included ways to exempt Greek farm products from Russia’s countersanctions against the EU, the future prospects of the Greek Pipeline from Turkey to Macedonia, and no doubt much that was not mentioned in the readouts. Syriza has been in power for two and a half months, fighting the Deutsche Bank bloc largely alone in the EU. The words of Tom Payne from December 23, 1776 apply: “These are the times that try men’s souls: The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman.” Tsipras will keep fighting and will finally prevail.

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