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There are 5 comments on the WAVE-TV Louisville story from May 28, 2012, titled Fallen Marine's letter marks Memorial Day in Kabul. In it, WAVE-TV Louisville reports that:

Syria on Sunday strongly denied U.N. allegations that its forces killed more than 90 people in one of the deadliest events of the country's uprising, and diplomats said the Security Council met in an emergency session to... A U.N. spokesman says special envoy Kofi Annan has arrived in Damascus for talks with Syrian President Bashar Assad and other ... (more)

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John King US

Carol Stream, IL

#1 May 28, 2012
Cheese in rice!;)
DENG

Zhenjiang, China

#2 May 29, 2012
Syria on Sunday strongly denied U.N. allegations that its forces killed more than 90 people in one of the deadliest events of the country's uprising, and diplomats said the Security Council met in an emergency session to... A U.N. spokesman says special envoy Kofi Annan has arrived in Damascus for talks with Syrian President Bashar Assad and other ...(more)

THESE PEOPLE SUPPORTED THE SYRIA GOVERNMENT AND WERE NOT AGAINST IT.

THE KIDS HAD THEIR THROATS CUT, BY THE OBAMA HIRED DEATH SQUADS ROAMING THE SYRIA COUNTRYSIDE NEAR THE TURKEY BORDER

Since: May 11

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#3 May 29, 2012
DENG wrote:
Syria on Sunday strongly denied U.N. allegations that its forces killed more than 90 people in one of the deadliest events of the country's uprising, and diplomats said the Security Council met in an emergency session to... A U.N. spokesman says special envoy Kofi Annan has arrived in Damascus for talks with Syrian President Bashar Assad and other ...(more)
THESE PEOPLE SUPPORTED THE SYRIA GOVERNMENT AND WERE NOT AGAINST IT.
THE KIDS HAD THEIR THROATS CUT, BY THE OBAMA HIRED DEATH SQUADS ROAMING THE SYRIA COUNTRYSIDE NEAR THE TURKEY BORDER
Wow! We have DEATH SQUADS roaming the countryside? Hired by Obama? Do tell.

Since: May 11

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#4 May 29, 2012
Once again, it is none of our business. Sad, yes. Send humanitarian aid. But we, the United States, need to stay away from this militarily. We have enough on our plate already.

We cannot and should not become involved in the uprisings and crises of other countries.
Annie Muk

Tirana, Albania

#5 May 29, 2012
PayThat CEO wrote:
Once again, it is none of our business. Sad, yes. Send humanitarian aid. But we, the United States, need to stay away from this militarily. We have enough on our plate already.
We cannot and should not become involved in the uprisings and crises of other countries.
That is one of the most mature statements that I've heard from an American in a long, long time. I'm happy to see it.

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