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I think the majority of Americans were alright with that and actually favored an active and for a lack of a better word, interventionist foreign Policy. I suppose some may just call that an active foreign policy. But now I think more and more Americans are beginning to move towards an isolationist, bad word I know, shall I say a less active and interventionist foreign policy. I think more and more Americans are tiring of being the policeman and watchdog of the world.
Right now according to Rasmussen, the president has American support for the bombing, 67%. Also 70% of Americans agree with him when it comes to no boots on the ground to fight ISIS. But I think as time goes by the support for a long drawn out campaign that support will begin to ebb and wane, erode. It has always been that way with the exception of WWII that when a conflict or war last more than a few months to a year, support erodes. I do think we are at a tipping point where most Americans are going to want us to do far less in the world, letting whichever other countries take care of situations and problems in their area and have us stay out of it. I suppose time will tell.
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.
The only ones that EVER bring up beastiality are conservatives. What is it about bestiality that some cons are obsessed about that they just make up ****?
Name for me ONE Dem in leadership that wants beastiality legal? Answer is NONE. Typcal radical right-wing BS rhetoric with no substance.