That didn’t take long, did it?
“Russia pledged to preserve Idlib as a ‘deescalation zone’ and end the war through diplomacy.”
The new bromance
Say, who’s leading the Conference on Disarmament? Three guesses.
“The officials said they were ‘confident’ in the intelligence, though not 100 percent sure.”
Hitting the “source” of a strike on Syria
The U.S. needn’t go to war, but individuals can.
The “unwavering ally” of Syria
Not that anyone seems to have noticed
That’s one heck of an ally we’ve got there
The three strikes rule may be in effect
“Right of self-defense?”
Here we go…#headdesk
Land bridges and conspiracy theories.
Rules of engagement.
“This method bears the signature of the regime, and that is what has allowed us to establish its responsibility in this attack.”
“These sweeping sanctions target the scientific support center for Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad’s horrific chemical weapons attack…”
“There was nothing that was going to stop Assad from killing our families…”
Gas attacks? No, we’re feeling fine, thank you.
Attack claims “100% fabrication.”
“We need to see Russia choose to side with the civilized world…”
“Assad committed suicide here.”
“This distinction does not much matter to the dead …”
“…let’s think about the possible reasons for Russia’s failure.”
“Not only does he have right, he has an obligation to act.”
“unconditional support is not possible in this current world”
“…he selected prisoners, most of them deathly ill, for a fate he called ‘justice.'”
“You don’t need significant number[s] to commit atrocities.”
Assad still standing.
The world he helped create.
“Whatever they say, it’s just lies and, let’s say, bubbles…”
“the administration seems to be throwing up roadblocks to our bipartisan effort to cut off the resources Assad uses to annihilate his own people”
“At least 37 children and ten women were among those hospitalized…”
Kurdish separatists or ISIS?
“I’d just like to see a bit of civility come back to it, you know?”
“People didn’t use to use the word embarrassing about Seattle, but they use it a lot now.”
“It’s not about me.”