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Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Westfield 2015 ()
Date: August 29, 2013 01:33PM

It's a civil war and we have nothing to gain by getting involved. Whomever wins this war, they will still hate us. Keep our resources to solve our own problems here at home.

I can't imagine our involvement will be accepted by most Americans and the already dismal approval rating for our leaders in Washington will continue to plument.

It's bizarre that we live in a democracy, which means we the people decide our fate, yet every blog and article I read the American people are against intervention and our government doesn't listen?

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: tea party idiots ()
Date: August 29, 2013 01:50PM

I'm surprised some gun crazy teabagger hasn't offered to go over there and get the job done himself, like some real kick-ass & take names American patriotism. All it would take is some "these colors don't run" dumbasses to support freedom and keep America safe.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Liberal Logic 27 ()
Date: August 29, 2013 01:57PM

tea party idiots Wrote:
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> I'm surprised some gun crazy teabagger hasn't
> offered to go over there and get the job done
> himself, like some real kick-ass & take names
> American patriotism. All it would take is some
> "these colors don't run" dumbasses to support
> freedom and keep America safe.


Sorry its Obama that wants to get involved, I know how pissy progressives get when facts get in the way of their retarded narrative. I do apologize to the mentally retarded for insulting them insinuating they have the mental ability of a progressive.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: ahhyesisee ()
Date: August 29, 2013 01:59PM

Conservative war agenda #1. Confuse the populace to say the govt knows what is best for you.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Date: August 29, 2013 02:01PM

Liberal Logic 27 Wrote:
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> Sorry its Obama that wants to get involved

Obama and...

http://www.buzzfeed.com/mckaycoppins/syria-debate-deepens-republican-divide

http://www.defensenews.com/article/20130827/DEFREG02/308270011/US-Republican-Hawks-Line-Up-Support-Syria-Strikes

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Liberal Logic 27 ()
Date: August 29, 2013 02:28PM

Loser Troll Says What Wrote:
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> Liberal Logic 27 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Sorry its Obama that wants to get involved
>
> Obama and...
>
> http://www.buzzfeed.com/mckaycoppins/syria-debate-
> deepens-republican-divide
>
> http://www.defensenews.com/article/20130827/DEFREG
> 02/308270011/US-Republican-Hawks-Line-Up-Support-S
> yria-Strikes

Obama and Obama. Its the Presidents call I dont care who else wants to. The attempt to push the blame on others gets old real fast yet is the only way Obama can be defended by progressives.

Where are all the war protestors? Wheres the outrage? How come they went home in 2009?

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: ex-Lester ()
Date: August 29, 2013 03:22PM

The mainstream media is pro-war, especially NYT and WAPO. They've generally been coopted by the government since 911 and Iraq. That's why the government can get away with lightweight assertions and outright lies on terrorism and WMDs. David Clapper can just come out and state he perjured before Congress without any fear of criminal charges.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Enrico Palazzo ()
Date: August 29, 2013 03:36PM

I'd be okay if we just turn that whole area into glass.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: DLMkG ()
Date: August 29, 2013 09:04PM

To answer the OP's question: One year ago, Obama said that if Syria used chemical weapons, they would have crossed a "red line" that would cause the US to get militarily involved. That line has now been crossed, and if we (Obama) don't act, then our words mean nothing. The problem now is that clearly there is no one to bomb, because which side we should be on is not clear. Assad is a dictator, but over 2 million Christians in the country are on his side. THe other side are the rebels, who are basically terrorist and linked to Al Qaeda. Basically it would have been better if we never threatened to get involved in this civil war. If we do nothing, we look weak.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: mPMpE ()
Date: August 29, 2013 09:08PM

What is driving me crazy is that 'chemical weapons' are forbidden by the geneva protocol but only in 'war'. civil use inside a country doesn't actually apply (which allows the local police to use tear gas) here.

what needs to be answered first, is syria at war with itself? i.e. is this a war or is it simply civil unrest.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: When will they stop ()
Date: August 29, 2013 09:17PM

tea party idiots Wrote:
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> I'm surprised some gun crazy teabagger hasn't
> offered to go over there and get the job done
> himself, like some real kick-ass & take names
> American patriotism. All it would take is some
> "these colors don't run" dumbasses to support
> freedom and keep America safe.


What is the "job" that needs to get done? I see why you call yourself a tea party idiot. You are dumb as a box of rocks.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: No win deal. Ain't worth it. ()
Date: August 29, 2013 09:21PM

DLMkG Wrote:
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> To answer the OP's question: One year ago, Obama
> said that if Syria used chemical weapons, they
> would have crossed a "red line" that would cause
> the US to get militarily involved. That line has
> now been crossed, and if we (Obama) don't act,
> then our words mean nothing. The problem now is
> that clearly there is no one to bomb, because
> which side we should be on is not clear. Assad is
> a dictator, but over 2 million Christians in the
> country are on his side. THe other side are the
> rebels, who are basically terrorist and linked to
> Al Qaeda. Basically it would have been better if
> we never threatened to get involved in this civil
> war. If we do nothing, we look weak.


And if we do 'something' it will end up being taken as an arrogant but ultimately impotent display of power. Which makes us look like the weak bully whose influence and ability to respond is in decline. Just as they want to paint us and will use to focus this whole deal against us.

Defending Obama's 'red line' BS isn't worth it. It's a no win deal. We need to just stay the fuck out of it and let the Russians and Islamists tie themselves up in knots with this mess all on their own. We gain nothing at this way too late point. All we do is turn their problems into ours. If we had broad international support and some other party to step up then maybe we could back them up. But that's not happening and going it on our own is a strategic mistake.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: ??????? ()
Date: August 29, 2013 09:23PM

Russia used a crowd control agent when Chechens took that Moscow theater full of people hostage. Killed something like 160 people but saved like 800?

The problem here is that no one knows whether Sarin (the banned agent), a crowd control agent that is not banned, or ANYTHING was used much less WHO used it. The evidence is just NOT pointing to Syrian gov't forces using Sarin which is the scenario that is required to "justify" any attack. Trying to gather evidence from this is going to be as bad as the FBI trying to gather evidence after Benghazi. There is no smoking gun and there may never be.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Liberal Logic 27 ()
Date: August 29, 2013 09:37PM

DLMkG Wrote:
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> To answer the OP's question: One year ago, Obama
> said that if Syria used chemical weapons, they
> would have crossed a "red line" that would cause
> the US to get militarily involved. That line has
> now been crossed, and if we (Obama) don't act,
> then our words mean nothing.

The world is already well aware that his idol threats mean nothing. Far to much time has passed for that "red line" to even mean anything at this point. Theres a reason Putin does whatever he wants and its not because of his respect and healthy fear of Obama.

The fundamental problem with leading from behind is everyone knows they can push you around.

The line should have never been drawn as we should have never be entangled in it in the first place, once it was drawn something should have been getting bombed within 48 hours for it being crossed. Egypt is proof enough for the rest of the world that our threats dont mean what they used too

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: shut down the govt! ()
Date: August 29, 2013 10:19PM

Liberal Logic 27 Wrote:
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> our threats dont mean what they used too


ignore the kenya birth certificate, our threats mean business

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Gots no game ()
Date: August 29, 2013 10:39PM

This is what happens when you have campaign staffers and academics running foreign policy. They've already fucked it all up.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: mdeHJ ()
Date: August 29, 2013 11:09PM

Gots no game Wrote:
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> This is what happens when you have campaign
> staffers and academics running foreign policy.
> They've already fucked it all up.


Somebody call Axelrod! We need talking points NOW dammit!

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: chlorine gas ()
Date: August 30, 2013 12:04AM

Chlorine gas has been used several times in Syria. It's an ideal weapon if you plan to insert special units behind an enemy's line and set them off since you can protect yourself with a gas mask.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: JE7T6 ()
Date: August 30, 2013 05:45AM

No win deal. Ain't worth it. Wrote:
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> DLMkG Wrote:

> > war. If we do nothing, we look weak.
>
>
> And if we do 'something' it will end up being
> taken as an arrogant but ultimately impotent
> display of power. Which makes us look like the
> weak bully whose influence and ability to respond
> is in decline. Just as they want to paint us and
> will use to focus this whole deal against us.
>
> Defending Obama's 'red line' BS isn't worth it.
> It's a no win deal. We need to just stay the fuck
> out of it and let the Russians and Islamists tie
> themselves up in knots with this mess all on their
> own. We gain nothing at this way too late point.
> All we do is turn their problems into ours. If we
> had broad international support and some other
> party to step up then maybe we could back them up.
> But that's not happening and going it on our own
> is a strategic mistake.

Exactly.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: C B Jones ()
Date: August 30, 2013 07:29AM

The majority of Americans want nothing to do with invading Syria, it is an Obama thing. Once Syria is beaten Obamas pals in the muslim brotherhood come in and take over just like in Egypt. Then prepare for another long drawn out war we cannot win.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: P3UwD ()
Date: August 30, 2013 08:00AM

C B Jones Wrote:
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> The majority of Americans want nothing to do with
> invading Syria, it is an Obama thing. Once Syria
> is beaten Obamas pals in the muslim brotherhood
> come in and take over just like in Egypt. Then
> prepare for another long drawn out war we cannot
> win.


The majority of Americans want nothing to do with launching missiles in there either. The Brits have told Oblamer he's on his own. The French are now sitting on the fence after being the first to call for stikes earlier this week. The Rooskies are moving ships into the region and the Chicoms have told Oblamer that they will resist any provacative moves from their debtors in the US.

Another lose-lose situation for America thanks to weak leadership, a foreign policy based on academic theory and a president with a god complex.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: The Prez! ()
Date: August 30, 2013 09:46AM

I told them not to use gas and they did, now they must die.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: svennestle ()
Date: August 30, 2013 09:47AM

are syrians more egyptian or muslim?

i dont' think egyptians are muslims why are there so many in egypt?

news really doesn't tell us if it's a race war or civil war, if it's due to starvation or a coo for power. they just assure us a-sad is a bad guy because he likes russia. and we all know that's a pile of crap as a reason.

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american companies have interests abroad. we may have interests there. they are not going to advertise that.

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yea the Monroe Doctorine says america defends it's own soil and only sparinly will lend a war hand elsewise

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however if chemical weapons were used there is an argument there must be a penalty. so that there is no advantage, if not a disadvantage, to those who used it

that was really for axis v. allies having such agreements. realise this is an internal war and between the two sides there are no such agreements

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if we "started a war" there we'd very easily be drawn as looking for war booty, the aggressors

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as to anything with war. they are matters that have already gone beyond court and are beyond the courts powers

no comment

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: svennestle ()
Date: August 30, 2013 09:59AM

i'm still wondering if we GOT a wardrobe for protecting Kuait (et al) from Iraq or blew money doing it.

ususally you don't win if your loosing, per say

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: ivanhershey ()
Date: August 30, 2013 10:18AM

svennestle Wrote:
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> i'm still wondering if we GOT a wardrobe for
> protecting Kuait (et al) from Iraq or blew money
> doing it.
>
> ususally you don't win if your loosing, per say

You are lost and you lost. That means you are a lost loser svennestle. Use the red door and put those eyes on the snore shelf.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: ex-Lester ()
Date: August 30, 2013 12:14PM

The US and its allies are responsible for the chemical attack. The rebels were supplied chemical weapons by Saudi Arabia who's working wih the US to get rid of Assad. They have special operations forces inside Syria who know how to deploy chemical weapons.

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from numerous interviews with doctors, Ghouta residents, rebel fighters and their families, a different picture emerges. Many believe that certain rebels received chemical weapons via the Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, and were responsible for carrying out the dealing gas attack.

“My son came to me two weeks ago asking what I thought the weapons were that he had been asked to carry,” said Abu Abdel-Moneim, the father of a rebel fighting to unseat Assad, who lives in Ghouta.

Abdel-Moneim said his son and 12 other rebels were killed inside of a tunnel used to store weapons provided by a Saudi militant, known as Abu Ayesha, who was leading a fighting battalion. The father described the weapons as having a “tube-like structure” while others were like a “huge gas bottle.”

Ghouta townspeople said the rebels were using mosques and private houses to sleep while storing their weapons in tunnels.

Abdel-Moneim said his son and the others died during the chemical weapons attack. That same day, the militant group Jabhat al-Nusra, which is linked to al-Qaida, announced that it would similarly attack civilians in the Assad regime’s heartland of Latakia on Syria’s western coast, in purported retaliation.

“They didn’t tell us what these arms were or how to use them,” complained a female fighter named ‘K.’ “We didn’t know they were chemical weapons. We never imagined they were chemical weapons.”

“When Saudi Prince Bandar gives such weapons to people, he must give them to those who know how to handle and use them,” she warned. She, like other Syrians, do not want to use their full names for fear of retribution.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-08-30/dont-show-obama-report-about-who-really-behind-syrian-chemical-attacks

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: muslimes ()
Date: August 30, 2013 12:19PM

The U.S. is going to get PUNKED into this WAR!!!!

Oh wait, hell we are already basically in it, oh well!!!

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Barry-O ()
Date: August 30, 2013 12:34PM

One of my top priorities is to provide health care for all Syrians. We will also take their personal firearms away and force them to accept gay marriage whether they like it or not. In addition, we must provide them with EBT cards and a free cell phone. I have also asked Vice President Biden to consult with the NSA to they can show him where Syria is on a map. Vote for Gerry Connolly for Congress. He's the man.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: fucked up America ()
Date: August 30, 2013 01:17PM

This is such a clusterfuck, it is beyond the comprehension of the average American why we would even give two shits about their civil war.

Bottom line, there are a lot of military service providers licking their chops at some new and very profitable sales from new military action.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: here's your proof ()
Date: August 30, 2013 01:56PM

Kerry: rebels couldn't fabricate all the videos

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: BEH ()
Date: August 30, 2013 02:48PM

fucked up America Wrote:
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> This is such a clusterfuck, it is beyond the
> comprehension of the average American why we would
> even give two shits about their civil war.
>
> Bottom line, there are a lot of military service
> providers licking their chops at some new and very
> profitable sales from new military action.

This is probably closest to the truth.

Remember the Inavasion of Iraq by George Jr? Was it a coincidence that his Vice Pres was the CEO of one of the major military contractors?

Probably the same thing going on here.

Whats the old saying, "Rich mans war, poor mans fight"?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/30/2013 02:49PM by BEH.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Fed ()
Date: August 30, 2013 02:55PM

Coming up on the end of the fiscal year and the end of the support contract for KBR and PAE in Baghdad. DoD is done there, State's in charge but wants to wind things down big time. I'm sure they're licking their chops over Damascus.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: The new JFK ()
Date: August 30, 2013 03:15PM

here's your proof Wrote:
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> Kerry: rebels couldn't fabricate all the videos


John Kerry served in Viet Nam.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: ex-Lester ()
Date: August 30, 2013 03:44PM

It now turns out someone did flimsy job of fabricating at least some of those videos. The towns named on many of the videos weren't bombed at all. It's indicative of someone working at a remote site without awareness of battlefield details.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: We want our prize back ()
Date: August 30, 2013 03:48PM

A strange way for the Nobel Peace Prize winner to act.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Norwegian Nobel Committee ()
Date: August 30, 2013 03:59PM

We want our prize back Wrote:
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> A strange way for the Nobel Peace Prize winner to
> act.


Can we please have that back?

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: ex-Lester ()
Date: August 30, 2013 04:04PM

UK parliament has voted down military action (although still involved in special forces).

NATO Secretary General has just stated NATO forces won't be involved as well.

US and France are on their own.

Saudis have apparently been pressuring Obama for quite some time. They tried to buy out the Russians. They provide free gas to Jordan for providing staging for rebels and special forces.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Liberal Logic 27 ()
Date: August 30, 2013 04:17PM

Norwegian Nobel Committee Wrote:
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> We want our prize back Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > A strange way for the Nobel Peace Prize winner
> to
> > act.
>
>
> Can we please have that back?


No, you get what you deserve handing that out when the only thing he had done at the time you guys nominated him was run for President.

On the bright side no one has cared about the Nobel Peace Prize since 1994 when Arafat won it. The few people that were left stopped caring when Gore won it.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: The Apocalypse ()
Date: August 30, 2013 04:18PM

It's gotta happen. The Great book of fairy tales predicted this for a while.
If you're gonna believe then you gotta accept.
Every last supper might be your last.
Chew slowly.
God speed and good luck.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Tough One ()
Date: August 30, 2013 05:02PM

This has bad news written all over it. No country in the region has gotten involved, and for good reason, and now Obama and company are going to step into the biggest pile of shit yet. It will surpass Iraq in its destruction, cause Hezbollah and Iran to retaliate against both the US and Israel, and don't be surprised by any retributions domestically or anywhere else.

You voted for Obama, this is the hope and change you are getting.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Redd Dawn ()
Date: August 30, 2013 05:20PM

One thing we can all thank God for is that we have Obama at the helm in this situation. Could you imagine facing this crisis with that piece of shit Romney in charge?

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Date: August 30, 2013 07:05PM

From a humanitarian standpoint we should condemn Syria and make the Assad regime pariahs. From a pragmatic standpoint we should not use any military force. Obama painted himself into a corner when he made his ill-advised "red line" remarks.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: goptards getting dumber & dumber ()
Date: August 30, 2013 07:08PM

Mike Omeara Pensacola Wrote:
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> From a humanitarian standpoint we should condemn
> Syria and make the Assad regime pariahs.

Boy, that'll sure show'em

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Barry Sotero ()
Date: August 30, 2013 07:53PM

Because dumbass Barack backed himself into a corner by saying some time ago that using chemical weapons was a red line for us and we'd take action. Typical dumbshit liberal, mouthing off without thinking first.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: ex-Lester ()
Date: August 30, 2013 08:16PM

When you provide the soldiers to die in battle for another government as the Saudis and Qataris have done for the US, they expect backup when the balance of power has turned against them. This is not unlike the call by Bush for the Shia and Kurds to rise up against Saddam being rejected because the US didn't come to their aid the first time in 1995 and they were slaughtered.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: historian3 ()
Date: August 30, 2013 08:25PM

You got to admit that G W bush started all this shit.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: trazy ()
Date: August 30, 2013 08:26PM

Barry Sotero Wrote:
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> Because dumbass Barack backed himself into a
> corner by saying some time ago that using chemical
> weapons was a red line for us and we'd take
> action. Typical dumbshit liberal, mouthing off
> without thinking first.


The only ones who keep reminding everyone abour red lines are dumbass Republicans...who are stupid enough to put boots on the ground.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: TctYU ()
Date: August 30, 2013 08:40PM

Tough One Wrote:
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> This has bad news written all over it. No country
> in the region has gotten involved, and for good
> reason, and now Obama and company are going to
> step into the biggest pile of shit yet. It will
> surpass Iraq in its destruction, cause Hezbollah
> and Iran to retaliate against both the US and
> Israel, and don't be surprised by any retributions
> domestically or anywhere else.
>
> You voted for Obama, this is the hope and change
> you are getting.


Except that the repubs are all behind the prez AND were the ones to bitch and complain we were not doing anything

so, you are a dumbfuck and blinded by your hate for obama

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Tar Baby ()
Date: August 30, 2013 08:51PM

TctYU Wrote:
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> Tough One Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > This has bad news written all over it. No
> country
> > in the region has gotten involved, and for good
> > reason, and now Obama and company are going to
> > step into the biggest pile of shit yet. It will
> > surpass Iraq in its destruction, cause
> Hezbollah
> > and Iran to retaliate against both the US and
> > Israel, and don't be surprised by any
> retributions
> > domestically or anywhere else.
> >
> > You voted for Obama, this is the hope and
> change
> > you are getting.
>
>
> Except that the repubs are all behind the prez AND
> were the ones to bitch and complain we were not
> doing anything
>
> so, you are a dumbfuck and blinded by your hate
> for obama


Uh, no they're not. Nor is much of anyone else.

This is Obama's baby. Live with it.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: VNtKY ()
Date: August 30, 2013 08:56PM

Tar Baby Wrote:
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> TctYU Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Tough One Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > This has bad news written all over it. No
> > country
> > > in the region has gotten involved, and for
> good
> > > reason, and now Obama and company are going
> to
> > > step into the biggest pile of shit yet. It
> will
> > > surpass Iraq in its destruction, cause
> > Hezbollah
> > > and Iran to retaliate against both the US and
> > > Israel, and don't be surprised by any
> > retributions
> > > domestically or anywhere else.
> > >
> > > You voted for Obama, this is the hope and
> > change
> > > you are getting.
> >
> >
> > Except that the repubs are all behind the prez
> AND
> > were the ones to bitch and complain we were not
> > doing anything
> >
> > so, you are a dumbfuck and blinded by your hate
> > for obama
>
>
> Uh, no they're not. Nor is much of anyone else.
>
> This is Obama's baby. Live with it.


McCain was crying for weeks that we MUST attack or be seen as weak + http://www.defensenews.com/article/20130827/DEFREG02/308270011/US-Republican-Hawks-Line-Up-Support-Syria-Strikes

got reality?

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: GPXuk ()
Date: August 30, 2013 09:06PM

VNtKY Wrote:
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> > >
> > > Except that the repubs are all behind the
> prez
> > AND
> > > were the ones to bitch and complain we were
> not
> > > doing anything
> > >
> > > so, you are a dumbfuck and blinded by your
> hate
> > > for obama
> >
> >
> > Uh, no they're not. Nor is much of anyone else.
>
> >
> > This is Obama's baby. Live with it.
>
>
> McCain was crying for weeks that we MUST attack or
> be seen as weak +
> http://www.defensenews.com/article/20130827/DEFREG
> 02/308270011/US-Republican-Hawks-Line-Up-Support-S
> yria-Strikes
>
> got reality?


Because McCain has been (and for a lot longer than "weeks" btw) does not mean that "repubs are all behind" doing anything in Syria. In fact, just the opposite in the case of the vast majority of them. And everyone else. Last poll numbers that I saw were only around 9% supporting doing anything.

Sorry, this is one that you're not going to be able to get away with blaming on Republicans.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: The Amateur ()
Date: August 30, 2013 09:11PM

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Bill Clinton ()
Date: August 30, 2013 09:13PM

“Obama doesn’t know how to be president. He doesn’t know how the world works. He’s incompetent. He’s an amateur!”

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: What would Oprah do? ()
Date: August 30, 2013 09:49PM

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: B-Rock ()
Date: August 30, 2013 09:56PM

I'd better call my national security advisors...


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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: "your mother should know" ()
Date: August 30, 2013 10:54PM

You boys afraid of another little war?
Your basement will be fine.

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Re: Why does the US feel it is necessary to get involved in Syria?
Posted by: Liberal Logic 27 ()
Date: August 30, 2013 11:04PM

VNtKY Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------

> McCain was crying for weeks that we MUST attack or
> be seen as weak +
> http://www.defensenews.com/article/20130827/DEFREG
> 02/308270011/US-Republican-Hawks-Line-Up-Support-S
> yria-Strikes
>
> got reality?


So what youre saying is that McCain should have been president then because Obama has to do what he says?

Im failing to see any logical rational point that youre making. All anyone is getting from your posts is a pathetic desperate attempt to somehow claim this isnt Obama and shift the blame onto everyone else.

The ironic part is your attempt to shift the blame just makes the President sound like a moron thats so desperate to be liked he does anything someone else says and is incapable of making his own decisions.

You ask if he has reality, yet its quite clear your cult like defense of the President has removed you from reality long ago.

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