Well, 2020 is certainly off to an explosive start.  Join Jim and Greg as they cheer the demise of Iranian Quds Force Commander Qassem Suleimani and recount the evil carnage he perpetrated against U.S. forces and many others over the past two decades. They also realize that the targeting of Suleimani may well result in an Iranian response and wonder what the reality will soon be in the Middle East and beyond. And they analyze Marianne Williamson’s curious decision to lay off her entire national campaign staff but insist she’s still in the race.

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  1. Patrick McClure Coolidge
    Patrick McClure

    Of course we needed to take out Suleimani. No probably about it.

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  2. Arahant Member

    Yes, Jim, Suleimani’s death was definitely worth it.

    Also, Marianne isn’t costing anyone but her donors, is she? Why not keep the entertainment going?

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  3. Taras Coolidge

    Patrick McClure (View Comment):

    Of course we needed to take out Suleimani. No probably about it.

    Clearly he had gotten so complacent that he felt completely safe in Iraq:  “Double dumbass on you!”

    Trump may not be very interested in overseas intervention, but he sees American embassies as American territory, in a very real and legally binding sense.

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  4. kedavis Member

    It’s evidently known that previous presidents wouldn’t have done it, even when they had the chance.  I doubt president Cruz or Rubio etc would have, and certainly not president Hillary.

    Score one more for Trump!

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