On the 20th anniversary of the Iraq War, I wrote an essay at BASEDPolitics on the history of how the U.S. Left and Right have largely switched on foreign policy since 2003, outlining how in 2023 right-leaning Americans tend to be more in favor of restraint abroad while left-leaning Americans have become increasingly hawkish, similar to the neoconservatives of the Bush-Cheney era.
But I also noted that whether it was two decades ago or today, members of Congress are typically bipartisan in their eagerness to start and continue wars.
On Wednesday, Republican Senator John Cornyn gave everyone a reminder.
Here’s Cornyn’s clunky, cartoonish tweet in which he appears to be quoting Politico’s ‘Playbook’ paraphrasing Ukraine President Voldymyr Zelensky: Zelensky has an answer for DeSantis: “Ukrainian President VOLODYMYR ZELENSKYY “didn’t want to appeal to the hearts of Americans, in other words, but to their heads. … [T]his was his answer: […]
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