A few months ago Mr S. came home and I asked him - what do we feel about napalm these days?
He looks at me like - what?
How do you and I feel about napalm - he replies?
No - How does the world feel about napalm? Well, the world disapproves of napalm he responds.
Me - Oh okay. Because I saw they were dropping napalm bombs in Syria today. Truthfully there are a lot of weapons being used in Syria that I thought the world disproved of.
I guess it doesn't matter though because Syria hasn't signed onto the Geneva Convention. Have they? I guess all horrors are on the table there. Because I thought the use of chemical weapons was a "line" Obviously no one cares about the people getting burned alive with flame throwers.
I only ask because it looks like our guys got hit with a little mustard gas today in Iraq today. I must have read at least a half dozen times they've used this in Syria for the past year or so. I thought generally the world wasn't cool with that.
I mean, why bother right? World leaders are so sissified they'd rather empty the country out and take all the refugees in than deal with the problem.