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CoLpOeSnED 1 weeks
why were we supporting Saudi Arabia anyways? oh yeah, oil..
Miles O'Brien 1 weeks
Oil/energy companies contributions. Military industry profits and their contributions.
Andrew Vagasky 1 weeks
pretty much
Daddy Tito 1 weeks
There’s plenty here you just won’t let us drill it.

Miles O'Brien 1 weeks
What? Republicans voting against an unconstitutionally declared war?

CoLpOeSnED 1 weeks
We shouldn't be supporting Saudi Arabia anyways, only doing it for the oil- no integrity.
(Un)Fortunate Son 1 weeks
Bruh. It’s not just about oil. If it were, we could just buy it dirt cheap from Venezuela or Russia all things considered.
M.Twain 1 weeks
It's also because the Industrial Military Complex needs conflict, the biggest conflict in the mid-east is Iran and Saudi, the Complex chose Saudi to back.
CoLpOeSnED 1 weeks
smells like shit any way you look at it.

Watheverable GRAMPS 1 weeks
No more proxy wars!

bern2020 1 weeks
what's the excuse people are going to give for Trump this time when he vetos the resolution. remember he was going to end all the illegal wars Obama had going on.
CoLpOeSnED 1 weeks
holy shit, that'll be some cult-like thinking

Star Alien 1 weeks
4 years too late.
Leo Miggel 1 weeks
exactly, every international media outlet blocked any information regarding Yemen for the first 3 years of the war, and just last year people started to hear about the war in Yemen. So sad.