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Lucky2haveU ...Assad is damaged goods...but you are on the right track. We should be bolstering the secular Baathist anti AQ anti Islamist majority that that does exists in Syria, but has become marginalized by the extremists. It's Bibi's and the ADL's worst nightmare, but good for international interests.

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What more useless and irrelevant than a Canadian jew commenting on American policy in the middle east? Sorry..it was a trick question....the answer is nothing For the record, the neo cons (Assuming said Canadian Jew even knows what that means) said nothing of the kind, it was in fact the neo cons who advocated the now backfired regime change, and created an Iranian/Iraqi Sheiite super state...DUHHHH Iraq was salvageable, secular and and could have been brought into the western fold....if only there had been leadership that had a clue between 2003 and 2009...We have that opportunity in Syria,,,if we don't blow it The bell Rang...Remedial middle east politics class is over for now

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That was very funny va.

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IMHO we are going after the wrong people. We should help Assad. And fight AQ while they are there.

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I'm pretty sure the vast majority of Syrians have certed him.

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The political forum reach a new low as the Perky one, drawing on his knowledge of "the vast majority of Syrians," adopts the same flawed premises as the neo-Cons he so often decries.

They argued that Iraq was educated, secular and sported a young generation that was fond of its western trappings and not likely to support Jihadists.

They said if we simply removed Saddam, it could release a new wave of modernism and secular democracy in the Arab world.

Although Perky adds an incoherent, anti-Semitic twist to the debate, he essentially advocates in Syria the same thing that the neo-Cons claimed regarding Iraq.

As if....

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Pleaseher7 ...I contend that is a false dichotomy. The vast majority of the Syrian people are neither Islamist or prone to support government sponsored terrorism. Syria is not Afghanistan, and it's not even Iraq. Syria is a fully functional partitioned secular/sunni, mostly literate westernized nation. It has Universities, infrastructure, public institutions, distinct administrative and judicial districts and an under 40 generation who love electronics, broadband, smart phones and western culture, and are about as interested in dying in jehad as they are jumping into a cesspool. The problem is, because of our unwise and ill advised unconditional servitude to organized Zionism, we have forced Assad into Russian dependency and a bizarre alliance with non secular non Sunni Iran. If we can keep the Government intact minus Assad and allow the voices of reason to rule, not only can Syria not be an enemy, it can be an ally not unlike Egypt.

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This is a Potential Disaster in the making. We either back jihaddists or the Assad Regime with the crucial question not being asked: What is in it for the United States. Lots of dictatorships in the World who abuse their own people. We cannot afford to intervene as we cannot be assured we as a nation will be any better or worse off should their be regime change.

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The "problem" in the middle east is a place with little to no oil, is at best a pseudo democracy, about 17% of it's population is Arab, has a repressive apartheid government, has massive stockpiles of WMD, and 1/3 of it's territory is illegally occupied. Any and all "problems" in the middle east, and many outside the middle east (911 comes to mind) are directly traceable to it's doorstep.

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10% of our oil comes from the Middle East. try again.

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