McCain: Rebels fighting Assad feel abandoned by US

There are 20 comments on the KGUN story from Sep 11, 2013, titled McCain: Rebels fighting Assad feel abandoned by US. In it, KGUN reports that:

Sen. John McCain says the cause of rebels fighting Syria's President Bashar Assad has been obscured in the rapid-fire military and diplomatic events following a chemical weapons attack near Damascus.

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Syrian

Waterford, CT

#1 Sep 16, 2013
AlQaeda feels "abandoned"?? LOL!!!
George

Red Deer, Canada

#2 Sep 16, 2013
Syrian wrote:
AlQaeda feels "abandoned"?? LOL!!!
Do you get a kick out of creating these lies??? I do not understand what benefit you get by creating these titles just to make your own opinion known. We know that you have no idea who the Rebels are but you choose to make it very well known with posts like this.
Cordwainer Trout

Elizabethtown, KY

#3 Sep 16, 2013
McCain's idiocy shows the effectiveness of Communist brainwashing overseen by the Soviets and Maoists in North Vietnam. It fools even a strong and resilient man like McCain into falling for their "populist" nonsense. It becomes difficult to understand with Mujaheddin terrorist supporters like the Syrian fellow. Hopefully ONI has an eye on him.
face the facts

United States

#4 Sep 16, 2013
George wrote:
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Do you get a kick out of creating these lies??? I do not understand what benefit you get by creating these titles just to make your own opinion known. We know that you have no idea who the Rebels are but you choose to make it very well known with posts like this.
Sure, we know. 10-15% are the secular democratic types you think are the majority. The rest run from hard core al Qaeda to 'moderate' islamists.

Look it up.
face the facts

United States

#5 Sep 16, 2013
Good grief. And it turns out that the 10-15% that we're calling 'secular democratic' types, maybe only be brigands and war profiteers.

Ouch

Abu Sohaib, an ISIS leader in the nearby town of Azaz, was not involved in the Bab conflict, but he defends the groups’ new campaign, telling TIME via Skype that ISIS is only fighting collaborators and war profiteers, not critics. He says most of the clashes started because members of the FSA were stealing money, humanitarian supplies and food aid destined for civilians.“People are fed up from the so-called FSA, because of their corruption and behavior. We launched the campaign to purify the revolution, and so far we have succeeded in eliminating most of those who profit from the revolution.”

http://world.time.com/2013/09/16/syrias-rebel...

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#6 Sep 16, 2013
Assad will now watch and see if Putin kisses the ring of Obama.
John Netenyahu

Noblesville, IN

#7 Sep 16, 2013
RayOne wrote:
Assad will now watch and see if Putin kisses the ring of Obama.
U see CNN GPS with Dr. Kissinger & the assssssociation?!!;-00
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#8 Sep 17, 2013
face the facts wrote:
Good grief. And it turns out that the 10-15% that we're calling 'secular democratic' types, maybe only be brigands and war profiteers.
Ouch
Abu Sohaib, an ISIS leader in the nearby town of Azaz, was not involved in the Bab conflict, but he defends the groups’ new campaign, telling TIME via Skype that ISIS is only fighting collaborators and war profiteers, not critics. He says most of the clashes started because members of the FSA were stealing money, humanitarian supplies and food aid destined for civilians.“People are fed up from the so-called FSA, because of their corruption and behavior. We launched the campaign to purify the revolution, and so far we have succeeded in eliminating most of those who profit from the revolution.”
http://world.time.com/2013/09/16/syrias-rebel...
The good news is that these rebel terrorist fools are now wiping each other out! Makes things a lot easier for Assad and Putin.

Since: Feb 07

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#9 Sep 17, 2013
McCain should call for Obama's IMPEACHMENT.
Adale

Washington, DC

#10 Sep 17, 2013
Who determined that we were for the rebel cause, who told them this
nonsense.

Are we supposed to feel shame because America refuses to get involved in your madness.
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#11 Sep 17, 2013
Adale wrote:
Who determined that we were for the rebel cause, who told them this
nonsense.
Are we supposed to feel shame because America refuses to get involved in your madness.
Anyone who supports AlQaeda should be ashamed.
stark realities

United States

#12 Sep 17, 2013
RayOne wrote:
McCain should call for Obama's IMPEACHMENT.
Better yet, Obama should call for McCain's committal to an insane asylum.

Since: Feb 07

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#13 Sep 17, 2013
The MSM should report that Washington is broken, and should close for repair. Not vacation, a time in to talk.
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#14 Sep 17, 2013
stark realities wrote:
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Better yet, Obama should call for McCain's committal to an insane asylum.
LOL!!!
John Netenyahoo

Noblesville, IN

#15 Sep 17, 2013
RayOne wrote:
McCain should call for Obama's IMPEACHMENT.
why McCain hav to impeachmont Dr. Obama?;) Em's both practiced 1st. Amendment!!!;-00h, RayOne! U disrespected the Founding Papa;)
John Netenyahoo

Noblesville, IN

#16 Sep 17, 2013
stark realities wrote:
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Better yet, Obama should call for McCain's committal to an insane asylum.
;-000h, i think Dr. Obama hungry for some cheese call Papa John to delivery pizza one toppin meat balllll;-00
Exceptional American

United States

#17 Sep 17, 2013
I'm glad to finally find another exceptional American amongst the riff raff here.

Hello, John N., welcome to my elitist club!

Our first order of business will be to translate the Ten Commandments into Doublespeak.
John Netenyahoo

Noblesville, IN

#18 Sep 17, 2013
Exceptional American wrote:
I'm glad to finally find another exceptional American amongst the riff raff here.
Hello, John N., welcome to my elitist club!
Our first order of business will be to translate the Ten Commandments into Doublespeak.
;) club? what club! DC drama club?;-0000h, U can call mi Crayz Charlee;) ask all the Vietnam vet. kerry, hagel, powel, mccain, more..........U need to call DC saying dat U C Charlie on Topix Class;-000
John Netenyahoo

Noblesville, IN

#19 Sep 17, 2013
Exceptional American wrote:
I'm glad to finally find another exceptional American amongst the riff raff here.
Hello, John N., welcome to my elitist club!
Our first order of business will be to translate the Ten Commandments into Doublespeak.
may` lieu hon may` neu khong no' xe think U is very Ding Dong!;-00h, dat is not Hebrew;)

Since: Aug 09

Saint Louis, MO

#20 Sep 17, 2013
Those mercenary dogs do not deserve the support of the American people

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