“It was a mistake to do that.”  This was part of a statement White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer made to CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. What, exactly, was Sean Spicer describing as a mistake? Why, making this statement: “We didn’t use chemical weapons in World War II. You know, you had a, you know, someone as despicable as Hitler who didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.” He said that in order to demonstrate just how evil Bashar al Assad is to justify trump’s decision to bomb part of an airfield in Syria. In other words, Hitler was so evil we launched an entire world war toRead More →

Read the words below of a man representing a presidential administration that doesn’t have the first fucking clue what it’s doing. “The goal for the United States is twofold. It’s, one, to make sure we destabilize Syria — destabilize the conflict there, reduce the threat of ISIS. But then, secondly, is create the political environment, not just within the Syrian people, but I think you can have — work with Russia in particular to make sure that they understand that Syria, backed up by Russia’s own accounting, should be held accountable for the agreements that its made with respect to its international agreements on chemicalRead More →

    “The clock has now run out, and all options are on the table.” -White House senior official at an anonymous press briefing regarding North Korea’s alleged launching of another missile off South Korea’s eastern coast.   “If we have [nuclear weapons], why can’t we use them?” -donald trump, August, 2016   Throughout history, great world powers have faced two important options: be a force for peace in the world, or be a force for war in the world. When it became apparent that Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity demonstrated how massive amounts of energy could be released from relatively small amounts of matter, itRead More →