And, after weeks, we now have a U.N. report that confirms what almost everyone already knew, Sarin gas was used. What the report doesn't prove is who used it?<quoted text>But an indication that Assad used nerve gas on his own people, with Russia's assistance, isn't proof of THAT, much less that Obama handled Ben Ghazi with any kind of aplomb...even if he was wearing Batman-themed undergarments at the time...
So, after the U.N.'s investigation, we have obama, who has lied to the American public for political gain several times previously, saying that Assad had used the Sarin, although logic says that would be an insane thing for Assad to do. On the other hand, we have Putin and Assad saying they didn't. In other words, after weeks of investigating, we have no conclusive evidence proving who used the Sarin gas, just accusations. Accusations are not enough to take the USA to war.
As far as Benghazi goes, we do know that pResident obama pushed a lie on the American public and the U.N. about some video nonsense. We also know that after a year, nobody has been held responsible for the lack of security that caused the deaths of the four Americans, we don't know who told the troops to stand down, and we don't know who changed the CIA's data to the video fairytale. We also know that somebody in the obama administration is making every effort to see that none of the Benghazi survivors are interviewed by the Congressional oversight committees.
As I keep pointing out, after a year of investigating Benghazi within obama's own administration, and with a friendly Libyan government, we still don't have the facts as to what happened concerning Benghazi. However, within a few days after the use of chemical weapons in an unfriendly nation, Syria, with no cooperation from their administration, in thye middle of a civil war, we have gathered all the information we need to take the USA to war with Syria. I think not!