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TOPIC: Syria
Created by: Lucky2haveU
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BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian forces struck back against rebels Thursday with attack helicopters and shelling in Damascus, one day after an audacious rebel attack in the capital killed three leaders of the regime and left President Bashar Assad's hold on power increasingly tenuous.

The whereabouts of President Bashar Assad, his wife and their three young children were not known. Although Assad does not appear in public frequently, his absence was notable following such a serious blow his inner circle.

Thousands of Syrians streamed across the Syrian border into Lebanon, fleeing as fighting in the capital entered its fifth straight day, witnesses said. Residents near the Masnaa crossing point — about 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Damascus — said hundreds of private cars as well as taxis and buses were ferrying people across.

Maj. Gen. Robert Mood, the Norwegian head of nearly 300 unarmed U.N. observers in Syria, condemned the violence and encouraged a diplomatic solution, which appears increasingly out of reach. He spoke just hours before a planned U.N. Security council vote on whether to renew the mission's mandate, which expires Friday, and impose new sanctions on the Damascus regime.

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OK, so I have a question. what act of war has syria committed against the united states?

If the answer is none, than what provocation do we have to carry our bombing raids against a solvent nation?

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~At times like these, I always think of the American Theater, and songs to inspire Americans to great acts of valor. If you feel those 'low-down blues' about foreign nations, why not sing along with the families of American Warbuck profits by the singing the lyrics of their favorite show tunes? Join now in the chorus:

"In life, one thing counts. In the bank, large amounts. You've got to pick a pocket or two, boys! You've got to pick a pocket or two!"

Never forget this ditty of the Wall Street Billionaire Bailout Society, whose lifestyles require your complete obedience to blood-lust and greed.

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Didn't Obama ask congress to vote to bomb Syrian forces last year and they refuse to do so?

And the only reason we want Assad gone is because he threatens the stability of the petrodollar. The same reason we have instigated the over throw of other leaders who have decided to abandon the petrol dollar.

Dose anyone really think we ( our leaders) give a shit how oppressive or how many of ones people a foreign leader slathers, If that where the case we would be bombing more than half the world.

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BOMB SYRIA

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Syria MUST be bombed. Indiscriminately, Fetus face removed, ISIL annihilated. Install a puppet government, the ONLY way to restore a long term *tranquility*

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Not arming the rebels doesn't have to mean doing nothing.

This is the do nothing President.

Staying 'out of the middle east is putting your head in the sand. lol Very unwise.

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L indeed stands for Levant.

And Obama was right in being hesitant in arming the opposition. Sticky, dangerous situation.

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We need to keep out of the middle east. We already have two tigers by the tail (Afghan and Iraq) so why wade into Syria.

I almost hate saying this but I'm with Obama on this one too.

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Hillary Clinton and congressmen alike have called on Obama to arm Syria’s rebels. But the president fumed at lawmakers in a private meeting for suggesting he should’ve done more.

President Obama got angry at lawmakers who suggested in a private meeting that he should have armed the Syrian rebels, calling the criticism “horseshit.”

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While I don't give President Obama kudos too often, in this case, I personally say "kudos, Mr. President". The willingness to call horseshit horseshit - as impolite as it may be - is to be commended.

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I thought "L" stood for the Levant. It's hard to keep up.

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