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I have had wavering feelings about this, but I am on the side of minding our own damn business when it comes to Syria........every time we intervene over in the middle east we waste billions over building new schools, and infrastructure all at

-the thinker @ about 4 years ago

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our expense..... we do these things when our own infrastrure is going to shît, and we are taking billions out of our own educagion funding.........what the #### îs going on!..... why do we allow this???????

-the thinker @ about 4 years ago

Mishawaka, IN, USA

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we already spent the trillions on military readyness, if we can't use it to stop chemical attacks against civilians what good is it?

Dont agree, just understand (daju) @ about 4 years ago

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you and I both know that once our troops hit the ground in syria, and the it will not be as simple as attack the enemy and leave..... once the conffontation will escalste the objectives will change, moving the goal further and further away..... what

-the thinker @ about 4 years ago

Mishawaka, IN, USA

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what is wrung with you? president obama is not going to scruew war over like bush did because he had many years expertience making piece of confection around the world

Americ@nLiber@l @ about 4 years ago

Detroit, MI 48226, USA

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let president obama have his war and peace

Americ@nLiber@l @ about 4 years ago

Detroit, MI 48226, USA

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the ultimate goal will be is usurping Asad......and what will that bring? a leaderless country...... america can not have that, so we will spend billions maintaining order, and rebuilding syria after another decade of war.

-the thinker @ about 4 years ago

Mishawaka, IN, USA

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lots of misspelled words, but I hope you get what I said.

-the thinker @ about 4 years ago

Mishawaka, IN, USA

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Recent history surely demonstrates that the desirability of deposing heinous dictators, in this case one seemingly implicated in the use of chemical weapons, is outweighed by the ensuing aftermath. "Helping" a civilian population does not give US,

Not Of Sound Mind @ about 4 years ago

Grays, Thurrock RM16 2SU, UK

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Britain on even the UN the right to determine that populations next government. The only unifying factor among Syria dissidents is hatred of Assad. There is no clear path to a post Assad succession and as such military intervention seems

Not Of Sound Mind @ about 4 years ago

Grays, Thurrock RM16 2SU, UK

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ill conceived. Ben cynical it is also interesting that human rights are less important in areas of little or no economic or strategic importance.

Not Of Sound Mind @ about 4 years ago

Grays, Thurrock RM16 2SU, UK

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NoSM, if your parliament had voted yes to this, we wouldn't even be having any debate here. So we're all grateful to our British friends for that.

The Drew @ about 4 years ago

Sayville, NY, USA

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The Brits fully recognize Obama's reputation is not worth losing British or American lives. Obama is no leader, and he certainly cannot be trusted. He has no clue, and history will show he lost much valuable U.S. standing worldwide.

No Time Valley @ about 4 years ago

Las Vegas, NV 89178, USA

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Obama has become an international joke, and we cannot afford the next prez having anything in common with him, lest the embarassment continue. Easily our worst modern day president on all fronts.

No Time Valley @ about 4 years ago

Las Vegas, NV 89178, USA

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YES WE CAN

Mr. Pink @ about 4 years ago

Brunswick, OH, USA

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but no we won't!

A Benevolent Greedy Bastard @ about 4 years ago

New Castle, IN 47362, USA

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after the next presidential election he'll have more flexibility

Mr. Pink @ about 4 years ago

Brunswick, OH, USA

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NoSM well stated. Especially regarding countries/regions where economic interests are not at stake. Hello, North Korea???? Any number of African regimes???? It has been this way ever since economies became a global thing.

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Minneapolis, MN 55402, USA

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And it makes my blood boil when politicians try to claim they are doing it for reasons of justice, human rights etc. I am not that fúcking stupid!

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Minneapolis, MN 55402, USA

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I think Dr. Evil is secretly a valley girl.

The Drew @ about 4 years ago

New York, NY 10029, USA

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I agree dr devil, your not that stupid

Americ@nLiber@l @ about 4 years ago

Detroit, MI 48226, USA

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oh FÜCK me! She's a guy has no one caught on to that yet?

Mr. Pink @ about 4 years ago

Brunswick, OH, USA

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I actually agree with you on this one Thinker.

Bankai! @ about 4 years ago

Huntsville, AL 35806, USA

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Let's say we actually went full out and toppled Assad (after spending an absolutely massive amount). Who would take over? Al Qaeda?

The Drew @ about 4 years ago

Yorkville, New York, NY

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when did we start calling Al Qaeda "the rebels"?

A Benevolent Greedy Bastard @ about 4 years ago

New Castle, IN 47362, USA

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When we made up with them, and handed over entire countries to them in the "Arab Spring". We're all lovey-kissy with them now.

et in Arcadia ego @ about 4 years ago

Tywappity, MO, USA

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yes yes yes WE can

Mr. Pink @ about 4 years ago

Tremont, Cleveland, OH

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^No balls

TRENTON MAYEK @ about 4 years ago

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Drew that is a big part of this. What would be the end product of any invasion? Either not enough to do any good, or enough to make things worse. Pick one they both suck balls.

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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Balls that Pinkie doesn't possess.

Dr. Evil @ about 4 years ago

Lakeland, MN, USA

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she likes me :-)

Mr. Pink @ about 4 years ago

Brunswick, OH, USA

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Agree 100% Doc. Like I said before, it's absolutely amazing just how much of a consensus there is among VMers but also most Americans.

The Drew @ about 4 years ago

North of Madison Square Park, New York, NY

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We never made up with with al qada. They've always been an arm of the NWO. Bin Laden trained and armed by the US. Anwar Al-Awlaki at Pentagon after 9/11.

Angelus @ about 4 years ago

Johnson City, NY 13790, United States

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http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/10/20/al-qaeda-terror-leader-dined-pentagon-months/

Angelus @ about 4 years ago

Johnson City, NY 13790, United States

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Arming al qada in Benghazi. http://www.infowars.com/ron-paul-benghazi-was-an-arms-deal-to-al-qaeda/

Angelus @ about 4 years ago

Johnson City, NY 13790, United States

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al qada's Air Force in Syria.

Angelus @ about 4 years ago

Johnson City, NY 13790, United States

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In how many countries did the west help the muslim brotherhood gain power? No surprise, but there are strong links between the brotherhood and al qada.

Angelus @ about 4 years ago

Johnson City, NY 13790, United States

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http://frontpagemag.com/2012/dgreenfield/every-al-qaeda-leader-was-a-member-of-the-muslim-brotherhood/

Angelus @ about 4 years ago

Johnson City, NY 13790, United States

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