In the middle of that fecal storm of bratty behavior he served up last week -- seriously, he should be ashamed of himself! -- our President authorized our troops stationed at the southwest border to use lethal force against anyone who comes over. But just as a man who has to tell you how tough he is all the time is actually weak, and just as a man who has to tell you what a great job he's doing all the time is doing a bad job, a nation that has to shoot refugees without telling which of them have legitimate claims for refugee status and which don't is, frankly, not a great nation. But then our President doesn't care about America actually being a great nation -- he only cares about diddling the rage glands of his most devoted followers, a strategy which has now cost his party the House and (by my count) at least two Senate seats. So Win Without War helps you tell Defense Secretary Mattis to bring our troops home from the border.
Meanwhile, word on the street is that our Senate could vote as early as tomorrow on S.J.Res. 54, which would end American support for the Saudi/UAE war in Yemen. Our President has said he'll end plane refueling support for this war effort -- which has, as you know, left millions of good Yemeni on the brink of famine -- but he has pointedly not said he'll end other American logistical support for the war effort, and he has more pointedly said that we should just live with our alliance with Saudi Arabia because "(t)he world is a dangerous place!" (exclamation point in original because of course it is) and because Iran is worse, neither of which you would recognize as convincing explanations unless you were a professional cynic. Which you're not, if you read this blog. Anyway, Win Without War helps you tell your Senators to support S.J.Res. 54 and end our involvement in the war on Yemen. Mr. Khasshogi's murder may have moved the needle a bit, but that's all the more reason we must move it more.