Preston:<quoted text>when did you Get an idea that I support Obama in any way. I have said many Times that I am apolitical. oo you even know what that means.
I havent voted for a President since back in the 70's.tho around 15 or 20 years ago, I did vote twice for my brother when he ran for Co. Comm. and I told him the last time that I wasn't going to vote for him again, if he chose to run anymore for a elected office.
as far as military action, I just thought about this so thanks for bringing it up. I am all for SA and the arabs that want to stop Assad, to doing it for themselves. their army and AF is more than sufficient, along with those who would support them.
as it stands now, it is similar to Gen Patton and the cry about him,
"Old blood and guts" and as one soldier said,
"yeah, his guts and our blood".
I don't want to see one American dying anymore for any of those Arabs.
LET THE GAMES BEGIN! AND AS FAR AS THE POPE, HE IS ONLY WANTING PUBLICITY.
Your preference in the last election was for Obama over Romney. Your reason was Obama would do more for the VA(your paycheck). I remember it well, though I shall not go back into the archives to dig up the dirt.
You did not vote, but knowing how divisive the issue was at the time, you discouraged discourse on the subject.
Since you are an American, who choses not to vote, you can take credit for Obama's agenda, by default.(And support of the VA paycheck increase.)
The issue now is just how bleak a future is in store for the US, if it gets involved in any way, other than peaceful and humanitarian means to support the people of Syria?