Chambliss Says Removal of Syria's Ass...

Chambliss Says Removal of Syria's Assad Is - Imperative'

There are 2 comments on the Bloomberg story from Jun 16, 2013, titled Chambliss Says Removal of Syria's Assad Is - Imperative'. In it, Bloomberg reports that:

Senator Saxby Chambliss , a Georgia Republican, said it's "imperative" that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad be removed, adding that he favors imposing a no-fly zone if the military determines it's necessary.

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Toxik

Barrigada, Guam

#1 Jun 17, 2013
I'm sorry. Why is it imperative?? Bc Assad finally has the upper hand? The US/West has to admit defeat and negotiate for peace. Otherwise it's just more bloodshed. And if they are successful in taking out Assad (and I hope he survives), what next? All the militias won't surrender their arms! Just like in Libya! Another failed state bc of Western foreign policy to weaken the Middle East, and get to Iran. Stay strong Syria. Iran and Russian should committ to the defense of Syria. Lets see what the west does next.
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United States

#2 Jun 18, 2013
Just another ex-used car salesman turned congressional fathead speaking out.

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