Why doesn't Obama have balls against ...

Diamond Eugene

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#45 Aug 30, 2013
Finding myself agreeing with the likes of Alan Grayson and Dennis Kucinich on Syria is utterly surreal.
d pantz

United States

#46 Aug 30, 2013
Wait and see! They're trying very hard to shift public opinion. John kerry is really beating the war drums for the left. Evident or not , we should not even speak to a chemical attack as we did one of our own in 2004 in iraq, and isreal carried out a chemical attack in 2009 (I think) and john kerry, obama, john mccrap, they all never condemned it let alone threat military force.
d pantz

United States

#47 Aug 30, 2013
Obama seem se to be carrying out the bush doctrine. Or at least trying to but I think he will have to cave in to public opinion. I hope the un doesn't get us involved. Something tells me that the populations of all those countries are against being involved also.
Enzyte Bob

Garden City, MI

#48 Aug 30, 2013
"Finding myself agreeing with the likes of Alan Grayson and Dennis Kucinich on Syria is utterly surreal."

Basically we suffered the same kind of defeat the USSR did in Afghanistan. Their defeat was in bodies, ours in money. Both in futility. The American people.are tired of it.

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Columbus, OH

#49 Aug 30, 2013
I agree with Bobby and Tony's comments. Obama has painted us in a corner with his words with no viable solution. Horrid what happened, you attack, Syria will retaliate; you don't, you look like a lying wuss. Bad, bad, bad situation.
Enzyte Bob

Garden City, MI

#50 Aug 30, 2013
http://goo.gl/3fBVml

Pro Syrian post purportedly written by Assad's 11-year old son (riiiiight). It makes lots of sense though. Far more than people like McCain do.
d pantz

United States

#51 Aug 30, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
"Finding myself agreeing with the likes of Alan Grayson and Dennis Kucinich on Syria is utterly surreal."
Basically we suffered the same kind of defeat the USSR did in Afghanistan. Their defeat was in bodies, ours in money. Both in futility. The American people.are tired of it.
what have we gotten in return? No peace over there, a huge deficit, and we don't even pay less at the pump.

Since: Dec 11

Dayton, OH

#52 Aug 30, 2013
He's got big monkey balls and he's gonna show Whitey Vlad, whatchoo talkin bout. He's going to help his islamonuts and Al Qaeda rebels take down Assad, then pivot and re-install the Bros in Egypt.
Think about this. The FIRST time in his political life he will have to own a decision. He absolutely can not blame the R's or George Bush for this one. One fine peace nik. Aye libbies.
Enzyte Bob

Garden City, MI

#53 Aug 30, 2013
"The FIRST time in his political life he will have to own a decision. He absolutely can not blame the R's or George Bush for this one."

Much like ObamaCare caused much of the hatred of the Republican congressional majority to go away, he's also going to make people forget how much they dislike warmongering Republicans.

Diamond Eugene

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#54 Aug 30, 2013
If you want your stomach to turn and your blood to boil, consider this: In the next few days, we are about to become al-Qaeda's Navy and Air Force.
Mission accomplished for the Muslim Soetoro.
River Girl Rodeo Clown

Circleville, OH

#55 Aug 30, 2013
Typical liberal aka coward!
Hoorah

Columbus, OH

#56 Aug 30, 2013
Real Tea Party wrote:
He keeps saying there is a red line but Assad keeps killing people for 2 years and now using chemical on his own people. Why he such a chicken sh1t? If it was Bush we would have leveled that country already and built them some nice schools and highway better than I-70!
We need to stay out of that mess and let them work it out. Let's take care of our own. Why would we even want to get involved. Leave it alone.
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#57 Aug 30, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
Finding myself agreeing with the likes of Alan Grayson and Dennis Kucinich on Syria is utterly surreal.
How do you think they feel?
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#58 Aug 30, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
How do you think they feel?
I forgot, Nate will not read this scathing comment until Tuesday.
Concerned

Columbus, OH

#62 Aug 30, 2013
Why do we have to get involved in other countries bullschidt? we're not their savior. Briton did the right thing by backing down, that's what we need to do. We don't need any more American lives lost in the Middle East. I really hope we're not drug into this. I think it would be a huge mistake. Obama needs follow the U.K on this one.
Enzyte Bob

Garden City, MI

#63 Aug 30, 2013
Syrian rebels take responsibility for the chemical attack admitting the weapons were provided by Saudis'- source

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In an interview with Dale Gavlak, a Middle East correspondent for the Associated Press and Mint Press News, Syrian rebels tacitly implied that they were responsible for last week’s chemical attack. Some information could not immediately be independently verified.

“From numerous interviews with doctors, Ghouta residents, rebel fighters and their families….many believe that certain rebels received chemical weapons via the Saudi intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, and were responsible for carrying out the (deadly) gas attack,” he writes in the article.

The rebels noted it was a result of an accident caused by rebels mishandling chemical weapons provided to them.

“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.

As Gavlak reports, Abdel-Moneim said his son and 12 other rebels died in a weapons storage tunnel. The father stated the weapons were provided to rebel forces by a Saudi militant, known as Abu Ayesha, describing them as having a “tube-like structure” while others were like a “huge gas bottle.”
Enzyte Bob

Garden City, MI

#64 Aug 30, 2013
^^^ True or false?

Who knows what's true anymore?

But the attack does sound a bit too cute. And would anybody put it past Al-Queda and the brothers to bomb their own.
Enzyte Bob

Garden City, MI

#65 Aug 30, 2013
“So we’re bombing Syria because Syria is bombing Syria? And I’m the idiot?”- Sarah Palin

“Where did I put my tiara?”

Since: Dec 11

Columbus, OH

#66 Aug 31, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
“So we’re bombing Syria because Syria is bombing Syria? And I’m the idiot?”- Sarah Palin
Please, now you have Georgie aroused mentioning Palin. If she thinks chemical warfare is okay...sigh. Maybe she should focus on the tin can and a string conversation with Russia.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#67 Aug 31, 2013
muzlims have been attacking muzlims since mo was whore hopping around with the desert broads. Before that sand arabs were raping, attacking, killing and maiming other sand arabs for millennium. What is the big deal about them doing what comes naturally in 2013?
On Obombo's part the big deal is doing what his superiors tell him to do.
These happenings in Syria today is CIVIL war and the higher-ups want Obombo, for various reasons, to get involved in this family squabble between the Sanders and the Sanders.
One of the main purposes, if not the main purpose, of the election and installment of Obombo in the white house is further dividing the American people, the higher-ups realizing with anybody, United WE Stand Divided We Fall and that is their ultimate goal. Just as the bankers in the higher-ups financed both Hitler's Nazi Germany and Communist Russia, for the sake of division, this is what they are pulling off in this present situation.
They know a large number of Americans are against the policies of the Obombo presidency and they wish to further divide. Plus the fact it is good for business to create and further wars across the world.
Don't take the fact I wrote war is good for business to mean capitalism. I am not meaning capitalism, capitalists nor ordinary business. I am meaning the business of the political/businessmen of the world, not only creating wars worldwide but also good in their arms/munitions business endeavours. There is as much business going on in the socialist world as there is in capitalism.
sincerely,
dunadd

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