GOP reactions to Chemical Warfare somehow differ depending on who the POTUS at the time is (aka Thank God Twitter existed in 2013)
  1. Jason Chaffetz
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  2. Pete Olson
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  3. Orrin Hatch
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  4. Robert Aderholt
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  5. Marsha Blackburn
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  6. Ted Poe
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  7. Larry Bucshon
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  8. Cory Gardner
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  9. Diane Black
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  10. The Inimitably Pathetic Paul Ryan
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  11. What about the big Kahuna?
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  12. Oh, but that was just one odd day, right?
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    Is that gunpowder? Cocaine? Snow? Anyways...
  13. He definitely thinks we should inform Syria (via Russia), to avoid an escalation, doesn't he?
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    Spelling is hard, okay? And he wasn't planning to BE a politiTian, why would he learn how to spell it?
  14. So how does he really feel about attacking Syria then?
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  15. Okay, so in his own words, Syria has crossed many, many lines, and that matters, right?
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  16. By announcing that the US was weighing actions, he thinks that's the sensible approach, except...
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  17. So the US attacked, and there were at least 5 casualties (2 civilian) - that is inevitable right?
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  18. Of course he didn't get congressional approval but that's understandable right?
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  19. Okay, there's more...
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  20. And more...
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  21. And more...
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  22. And more...
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  23. And more...
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  24. Of course, if you DID attack Syria, the best idea would be to do this from his golf resort in Mar-a-Lago, correct?
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  25. In case none of this was clear, let him just say it simply, without his characteristic nuance and subtlety...
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  26. Okay, got it, but say, hypothetically, you were to go attack Syria, what would a good reason be?
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  27. End scene.