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If we don't have enough money to keep all our carriers at sea or to even have whitehouse tours for our school children then where oh where is Owebama getting the funding to attack Syria? Owebama and all his supporters are such a sad joke.

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Sedu:

"Saudi Arabia is seeing another attempt of manipulating the US foiled!"

Their failure isn't as a result of we being intelligent enough to see their manipulation, but rather a failure because we have lost the strength to carry our sword.

We no longer have a population which can afford useless war, a population willing to engage in useless war, or a military which is allowed to fight said useless war which is not our own, because stupid people can't accept that War = dead civilians and ought = a lot of dead civilians so to make one thinking of war shiver in fear and sick with moral disgust that no other alternative to war could be found.

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Saudi Arabia is seeing another attempt of manipulating the US foiled!

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They all know he is a piece of shit and a fucking coward, They do know he is here as POTUS Illegally too.

Mickey.

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Sa:

One should be careful how you quote and who from the Middle East you quote.

They do not understand the limitations of the presidency and the US people do not understand why those in the Middle East prefer dictatorships.

Religion has ruled the Middle East because the people there like strong men more than freedom. This is why religious leaders hold more power than dictators. (Iran for example)

The people in the Middle East think the president can do what ever he desires, sometimes that power can go tithe heads of our own leaders... (Making red lines without consulting the congress.)

This all said, I agree with you. The red line statement was and is a mistake, one which empowers our enemies and weakens the US. More over it isn't our business and our interferance in world events haven't turned out for the good. (Not sence WWII.)

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In Damascus, Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Muqdad urged US lawmakers to show "wisdom" in their vote, while labeling Obama "hesitant, disappointed and confused."

On the streets, residents of the Syrian capital were scornful of the president's decision to back down from immediate action.

"He who talks a lot doesn't act," said Souad, mocking the US leader as a "coward" for delaying the decision.

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This is just more proof that the piece of shit Obama should have never been elected as POTUS,,The piece of shit never ran a single business. The World is LMMFAO@America and Obama.

Mickey

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Obama's bluff is about to be called and he's gonna lose no matter what he does. There's absolutely no money to be made off of this and it's none of our damn business either!

What ya gonna do Mr. President, what are ya gonna do? America The Global Bully, just wrote a check its ass can't cash...

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1) Obama may have felt that our war living nature would have enabled him to act upon the threat. So now he must eat crow. (Hint hint: don't make threat, simply bash skulls in and that works as the threat to the next guy... Thus why we should have fire bombed every afghan village bin laden was in prior to 9/11. No warning, just target packages and then death covering the land)

2) Obama's liberal side showing. Wave a big stick and think everyone is equally as afraid of the US military... (We think the world fears the US... They don't, they laugh at our military. Why? Becaise for what we spend on it, we ought have fucking star destroyers with Death Star laser beams)

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I don't remember which Queen it was that said long ago, "let them eat cake", I know she meant it in an entirely different way, than I do here, but I like the saying. This is not some third world country where the "rebels" are running around throwing rocks and the people are starving as a result. Sending MREs and vaccines will do nothing either way to shift the balance of power. The media is spinning this whole mess that other countries are supplying The Syrian Natl Govt with arms and support, while the US is merely guilty of sending food staples and the like. We all know enough how our govt operates to know this is not true. We also all know enough about how the govt operates to understand that anything the Pres and congress tells was contained in "intel reports" can be as fictitious as Harry Potter. Something in this whole mess is not sitting right with me and it makes me want to ask a few questions. While as the American public we are not in a position to get truthful answers to the questions we want answered, we do maintain the ability to be skeptical of any thing the media or the govt presents as fact. Why does a world leader result to the use of chemical or biological weapons, when they have more than enough conventional weaponry and Soldiers at their command to deal with any issue. Especially when the ramifications historically mean a regime change? And if you were a rebel force facing such a Leader, what better way to get some pretty kick ass help from other nations. I am not saying the chemical attacks did or did not take place, I am not saying that the Syrian Regime is responsible for these attacks if they did occur, and I am not saying the "rebels" either faked the attacks or unleashed some sort of attack of their own in order to "frame" the regime. I am saying these are all possibilities that no one seems to be considering.

I am simply saying that if I can stomp a mudhole in you and walk it dry without much fear of reprisal or backlash, then why would I resort to a method of dealing with you that would result in reprisal and backlash?

I am fully aware that cultural differences exist between myself and the average Syrian, however, the Leader of a Country like Syria doesn't get there by being stupid.

I would like a few more questions asked AND answered truthfully before we go sending missile and drones with the capability of killing innocents and noncombatants just to save "political face"

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