>>19858>Hurrrr let's just pretend they said something they didn't.
I didn't say it was okay, i implied that if you have to commit war crimes, at least do so without unnecessarily risking the lives of your own servicemen and women. Again it's no where near the scale of deployment (both personnel and munitions) as in Iraq and Afghanistan in 2001.
And, honestly, at least you can't waterboard someone with a bomb.
Bush barely has a grasp of the English language, this is what makes him embarrassing as a statesman. What made him dumb was how he conducted himself, he seemed to have little understanding of what was happening, like he just went along with whatever his advisors were telling him (whether or not this is true, idk, but it sure made him look clueless).
Trump on the other hand knows exactly what he's doing when he agitates his own citizens on Twitter and shit, he doesn't come across as "dumb" or "embarrassing", more like he has some goals (whether big or small, nefarious or not) and he's been trying to work towards it. He acts intentionally and with conviction and it doesn't really come across as clueless like how Dubya's actions looked. Perhaps in the future once we can better see the damage, I might call him something more like "malevolent" unless it turns out he really was just clueless all along.