Wait this boat we’re supposed to go to war over isn’t even an American boat?
— Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) June 16, 2019
You go to war over the boat you have, not the boat you might want or wish to have at a later time.
— Welch Cetacean (@JimAdamsGeo) June 16, 2019
It's amateur hour.
— Osita Nwanevu (@OsitaNwanevu) June 16, 2019
Remember the Front Altair/Kokura Courageous! 🇮🇸🇯🇵
— Peter🌋Brannen (@PeterBrannen1) June 16, 2019
Gulf Of Tonkin By Proxy.
— Warren Terra (@warren__terra) June 16, 2019
From last month https://t.co/RVUo3gMRd4
— Jon (@JonEHecht) June 16, 2019
Make the Maine Great Again…
— DJ 🐲 (๑˃̵ᴗ˂̵)و 🃏 🎹🎛 (@dj_ir0ngruve) June 16, 2019
No US boat means no US records to get declassified. Look, This Gulf of Tonkin nonsense is hard.
— Brian Clarke (@bdclarke) June 16, 2019
Where the hell are you gonna find an American ship? There are fewer than a hundred US merchant vessels left in the world.https://t.co/mc5JBMZChY
— Chris Ladd (@ChrisALadd) June 16, 2019
No one said this was a well thought out plan.
— MAT-AT (@08mms) June 16, 2019
If you can't be with the boat you love, love the boat you're with.
— Richard Scott (@paslow_cb) June 16, 2019
Why do you hate the Marshall islands, Matty?🇲🇭
— durrati (@durrati) June 16, 2019