.<quoted text>Just so we're clear: I stopped measuring in 2009.
That's how I know the Arab League is sincere when they "demand" international action to relieve the poor Syrian populace. That they would waste the time to discuss, draft, refine and present their message without doing a single thing to intervene tells me exactly what the odds are that we would be seen as liberators by attacking Assad. I'm not buying it.
Once again, it's a regional problem...an Arab problem...a Muslim problem and most of all...it's not our problem. I'm saving every ballistic and cruise missile for the lesson we still need to teach Iran and you need to try a different approach. For example, when discussing this situation in polite company begin replacing Sarin gas with nuclear weapons and see if that doesn't ratchet-up the attention level. Good luck because after watching the youtube videos of Islamists beheading their enemies, including Catholic priests, and cannibalizing Syrian soldiers, I'm certain the gas attack victims died as serenely and humanely as can occur in the Muslim world.
TRD, I wasted so many letters writing over and over.."if they are doing what they do to their populations, just imagine given a chance, what would they do to us .... they, being the dictators, the faux leaders and the faux Muslim Clergy..
Hitting civilian and infrastructure targets in Syria will produce no results. Assad is doing it every hour of the day..
Puuttaaiinn has to experience a gasing session over a large crowd in Moscow ...
A one year boycott on Chinese made products will deliver the message at Tiananmen Square..
Assad and his Officers have to hang in Downtown Damascus..
We take care of Nassrallah and the Hizballah...
... and the mullahs from Terhan .. for dessert..
No use either hitting civilian and infrastructure targets in Iran.. We don't have a conflict between both populations..