Donald Trump's Imaginary History of the National Debt

lawhawk6/24/2019 10:01:54 am PDT

re: #384 Wendell Zurkowitz ((slave to the waffle light))

We wont get that either, because no one will stick their neck out and watch the US withdraw support at the key moment.

Trump’s trying to gain support for a coalition, but there’s no one beyond the Saudis and Gulf States who’ll go for this, and they’re all self-interested in doing what Iraq couldn’t do in 8 years - beat Iran - without having to pony up for it (Trump’s intent on doing what he claims he’s out to stop - being the world’s policeman and doing the work others can’t or wont do). They’re hoping to suck the US into another costly war that will spike oil prices and help no one but a privileged few in the Persian Gulf, and Putin.

Oh, and it’d also help the Maduro regime too, because high oil prices will help oil exporting countries. We’d all pay more for this insanity.