By Jack Hellner:
There is a lot of hand-wringing over President Trump’s decision to take out the murderous tyrant, General Soleimani, from Iran. They say it will make the world more dangerous. They say that both Presidents Bush and President Obama chose not to kill him when they had a chance and chose not to because they thought it would escalate violence as a reason why Trump was wrong to kill the brutal terrorist.
How many additional people, including hundreds of Americans, were killed or maimed because Bush and Obama made the decision to allow the tyrant to live? Could it be that the fact that Bush and Obama let the brutal murderer roam free only empowered Iran and other terrorists and made the world more dangerous, not less?
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