Trump's national security advisor was photographed with a notebook that had written on it "5,000 troops to Colombia". Do you think the US should use military force to oust the leader of Venezuela?
That notebook page was likely intentionally displayed to send a message, whether there is actual intent to intervene or not.
No! We can’t fix everything!
We need to stop spending!
My guess would be, if Americans and our Embassy was in danger, they would move in.
We will not have another Iran!
Ya you're right but that should have started with keeping our hands out of other countries elections
When will we ever learn to stay out of this kind of thing.
If we stay out. We stay completely out. That means no asylum for anyone if their country falls apart.
We can't fuck the country up, then when we can't put our own guy in office say well fine we won't take anyone trying to flee the fuck up we helped cause...
As I said when will we learn to stay out of it? We have no business putting “our guy” in there in the first place.
Can’t be the world’s most dominant power without flexing of 🍆 in other people’s affairs.
Venezuela is our own backyard. Stability there is much more important that Afghanistan or Syria
Venezuela is 3,000 miles away in an entirely different continent... How big is your back yard?
Influence wise and culturally it’s a lot closer than the other 2 countries mentioned
They are an Allied correct?
We should run it by the UN but yes military force might be necessary.
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