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Rule Out Military Intervention in Syria

August 27, 2013

Terming use of chemical weapons in the Syrian civil war a “red line” that, if crossed, would result in decisive U.S. action was a mistake on President Barack Obama’s part....

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mikeyd

Aug-28-13 11:33 AM

thanks troll,you saved me a lot of typing.let's not forget the overuse of executive power and just plain arrogance.and what did he do to the middle class?we had one before he took office.

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wvhoopie

Aug-28-13 7:06 AM

The neocons McCain and Graham are foaming at the mouth to bomb Syria. Yesterday McCain stated we should have bombed Syria months ago. I don't hear anyone on the left saying "let's bomb anyone".

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TrollSlayer

Aug-28-13 12:43 AM

Come on, Blackrock. We can understand how you would hate Obama’s class warfare “spread the wealth around” redistributionist socialist philosophy, his crony-capitalist big-union big-business taxpayer-funded Wall Street bailouts, his catastrophically inept multiply-fatal foreign policy, his multiply-fatal intentionally-failed border patrol-protection-immigration non-policies, his job-killing economy-crushing quantitative easing borrow tax print and spend disastrous fiscal policies, his business-busting draconian legislation by decree environmental policies, his divisive race-baiting if I had a son he would look like a ground-and-pound pot-smoking punk, and his in your face you-all-tighten-your-belts while me the wife and kids take multiple multimillion dollar taxpayer-funded overseas vacation extravaganzas.

But there has to be something about him you like. As Jokin’ Joe “No Coal” Biden says, at least he’s “articulate and bright and clean.” Try to focus on that.

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Blackrock

Aug-27-13 4:31 PM

To answer your question, Transplant, absolutely unequivocally everything.

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caltransplant

Aug-27-13 1:39 PM

I agree that we should refrain from intervention. I disagree with another of your "two-faced" criticism of the President. I'd bet the farm that if President Gingrich had drawn such a red-line, you'd be his biggest cheerleader. So, once again, if its not the President's policies and actions that you disagree with, what is it that you hate about this man...hmm...

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