LTLFTcomposite wrote:Are you referring to the agreement to enable proliferation instead of deter it and fund Hezbollah?
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/20/opin ... trump.html
“Do you think the right question will get you the truth?” Anatoly Dyatlov (played by Paul Ritter), the engineer who oversaw the safety test that led to the disaster and later became the regime’s designated fall guy, says to a scientist trying to find out what happened the night of the accident. “There is no truth. Ask the bosses whatever you want and you will get the lie. And I will get the bullet.”
In fact, Dyatlov got 10 years (and served three). But the line captures the essence of a system in which every official lie is a noble one and truth is whatever happens to serve the party at a particular moment in time. And it works — until it doesn’t.
Selling nuclear technology to the Saudis isn't proliferation?
https://wallstreetwindow.com/2019/04/if ... 4-01-2019/
LTLFTcomposite wrote:Not that it matters. The topic was not US foreign policy but rather the security of the US petroleum supply in the face of adverse geopolitical events and the possibility a supply disruption or price spike could cause a marked increase in demand for EVs. Did you have anything to contribute to that other than orange man bad?
When you start out pounding the war drums on behalf of Trump and Fox News, don't expect much slack.
If you don't want a US foreign policy topic, don't start with US foreign policy.