Possible US-Led Attack On Syria Sparks Rallies
Protesters around the world took to the streets Saturday to protest for and against a possible U.S.-led attack on Syria, as President Barack Obama announced he would seek congressional approval for such a move.
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#2 Sep 1, 2013
lets fix Chicago south side first, clean up the slums, fix the parks, schools.
Get the gangs drugs illegal immigrants off the streets then look at Syria if theres any money left over.
And there will be money left over if we keep the greedy Chicago unions and local elected morons greedy chicago building inspectors with their hands out for payoffs out of the way and off the repairs .
rebuilding could be done with trainees from the neighborhoods which would give them job skills needed to go get a real job after the south side is rebuilt.
#3 Sep 1, 2013
Keep dreaming, not going to happen .
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