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    US involvement in Syrian conflict.

    There is nothing good that will come, out of us interfering over there in Syrian conflict. There's no reason for us to get involved at all, we have absolutely nothing to gain from intervening in this, what so ever.
    The U.S. should not get involved in the Syrian civil War; the U.S. should not intervene in any Middle East conflict, especially as long as President Obama remains in office, he’s a commander in chief who doesn’t know what he is doing. And any other President after him, needs to stay out also….let Allah sort it out!”.
    I disagree with Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), who is the chief Senate proponent of U.S. military action to help the Syrian rebels.
    This week, the White House announced it had concluded that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad had used chemical weapons against the rebels, thereby crossing a “red line.” Obama has now decided to arm select elements of the Syrian rebellion, but who is vetting these forces, for all we know Obama will be giving arms to people who will use them against us in the future.
    This is exactly how everything started in Vietnam and we all know how that turned out. Even though I was over there during that conflict and did what was asked of me, I know now that even though it started out with pure intentions against communist aggression the overall outcome was for not, the communist forces took over after we left and why did all those men and women die for, not a dammed thing what so ever except to put money in the pockets of the companies who supplied the War.
    If we get involved in the Syrian rebellion I can see it going downhill really fast, Russia, Iran and other Middle Eastern countries are going to be on the Syrian’s side and all it will take is one stupid mistake and we’ll have World War 3 on our hands really quick and then we’ll wonder how did this happen, I’ll tell you how, we stuck our noses into something we didn’t have reason to be in, as I said before, let Allah sort it out!”.
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    And now, the real reason we're involved at all - Iran. There was no overt justification for attacking Iran since they don't actually have a bomb, and as a result, the US Government couldn't support Israel in such an attack.

    Solution: Declare support for the "rebels" with arms and "advisors" so that Iran will feel compelled to act by supporting the Syrian government. (On 06/15, Iran promised 4000 Revolutionary Guard troops in support of Syrian government forces.)

    Once that goal is accomplished, the US can "defend itself" against Iran by outright attacking them (or giving Israel the green light to do so).

    Neither Washington nor Russia have learned the lessons presented in Afghanistan. Arm either side in a conflict, and that side will eventually butt-f*ck you without so much as a howdy-do. It's going to happen all over again.

  4. Why butt in? Let 'em kill each other, be less of them for us to deal with when the time comes.
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    We should indeed get involved in Syria. Afterall, Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, and Lybia has worked out so well for us. By all means, let the hypocrite socialist start another war like the ones he was so against. Frickin' idiots...

    On a side note, anyone else see the clip of Putin and Obama? The look on both of their faces was priceless. Not sure which I liked more, Obama's amateur and clumsy "dear in the headlights" look, or Putin's obvious look of disdain and disrespect for Obama. Obama is in way over his head when it comes to foreign policy, especially when dealing "real" leaders.


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    A good training ground for obummer would be to go to Chicago and try to stop the shootings there. If he was successful there "perhaps" he might be ready for prime time!!! But I doubt it!!

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    When I had just moved to a city above Chicago from San Diego, I heard on the news about someone getting killed and or shoot in Chicago almost every day and that was back in 1981 and it's gone up since then like a land slide. I think that just week end there was over 30 killings and 25 shootings. I couldn't get away from that area soon enough.
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