. we'll go international boots on the ground. why haven't we gone to the u.n. already? >> they need hard evidence chiefly to persuade russia. russia is syria's remaining ally in the u.n. security council. they have to persuade russia that the assad regime did use deadly sarin gas against its own people. >> jon: we are [bleep]. so intervention in syria relies on the united states convincing vladimir putin that it's bad to poison people. ( cheers and applause ). yeah, that will work. sarin gas, hmmm. yes, yes. i remember it well. a little more complicated than the good old days, isn't it, fellows? when you could just invade a country. it's as though the misadventure made us a little more conscious as to what constitutes the crossing of a red line. even the ring leader that proud chapter in black-and-white no nuance american policy has learned to see red lines with a little more shading. >> i'm sitting here analyzing that tie you have and trying to figure out if i can mix paint. a little permanent rose and maybe a touch of white. and on the other side maybe a little raw umber to darken
. folks, if you watch this show, i don't have to tell you that i am un-fond of the u.n. these dags hammer scolds are hell bent on taking away our guns and then forcing us to speak esperanto. you can have my guns when i pry them from my malvarmaj manoj mortitaj. and i mean that. but now the u.n. has done something truly unforgivable. >> the u.n. has a new solution to fight hunger: bugs.
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