A no fly zone would be the first step. Syria would be prevented from air dropping chemical munitions.<quoted text>
A "no-fly" zone over Syria would probably be illegal. And what good would it do anyway ? It certainly would not stop the use of chemical weapons, or other WMD's delivered by artillery, or by means other than aircraft.
Apparently "NEVER AGAIN" actually means "Well, sometimes".
And whats that useless organization called the "U.N." doing ?! Wasn't the main purpose of the establishment of the U.N. to prevent this sort of thing ?
Using the no fly zone, we can monitor troop movements and alert rebel forces.
Now it's just unsure if we will treat it like Libya and destroy land based launchers or like Iraq after the first war where we just flew patrols.
I still think they should just have Russia take the chem warheads out of Syria instead.
If we are going to help the rebels,then we should do much more. Personally I think we lost our moment and should have stepped in before Alqueda did.