Rand Paul Slams the Senate for Uniting to Defend Forever Wars in Syria and Afghanistan

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Last week, US Senator Rand Paul slammed his colleagues in the Senate for supporting endless US wars in Syria and Afghanistan when they voted 68-to-23 to rebuke President Trump for saying he wanted to bring our troops home from Syria and pull out half of US forces from Afghanistan. A critic noted that the Republican-dominant Senate has a history of disappointing its base by not repealing Obamacare, not defunding Planned Parenthood, but they “fight like lions for the right to kill your son in Afghanistan.” -GEG

Senator Rand Paul slammed his colleagues in the Senate on Thursday for refusing to help the American people but rallying together to defend our endless wars in Syria and Afghanistan.

The Senate voted 68-to-23 on Thursday to rebuke President Trump for moving to bring our troops home from Syria and pull out half our forces from Afghanistan.

Jesse Kelly responded to the news on Twitter writing: “This senate that can’t repeal Obamacare, defund Planned Parenthood, or pass a budget. But God help you if you want to bring our boys home. They’ll lock shields and fight like lions for the right to kill your son in Afghanistan.”

Bunch of fat, pasty, over-educated millionaires eating lobbyist-funded steak dinners as they send our best and brightest to get blown up for nothing. Makes me sick.

This senate that can’t repeal Obamacare, defund Planned Parenthood, or pass a budget. But God help you if you want to bring our boys home. They’ll lock shields and fight like lions for the right to kill your son in Afghanistan. 14.7K 2:56 PM – Jan 31, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy

Rand Paul says the US government spends $51 billion per year in Afghanistan to build roads, bridges, hotels, etc.

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They need for THEIR sons to serve in combat, huh.

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Madness, madness and complete madness, war is money and control of people, wake up America?

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Feb 6, 2019. Too late. The President just changed his mind about pulling the troops out of Syria. Thanks Democrats (sarcastically). Thanks Republicans (sarcastically). You spoiled a good thing.

Had the president had unanimous support he might not have caved to the Israel First lobby that was sent against him.