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The risks of inaction in Syria (Three Stooges At It Again)
Washington Post ^ | August 5, 2012 | John McCain, Joseph I. Lieberman and Lindsey O. Graham

Posted on 08/06/2012 1:39:52 PM PDT by C19fan

As fighting inside Syria intensifies and the opposition there renews its plea to the world for help, the Obama administration’s hands-off approach is increasingly at odds with both America’s values and its interests.

Some have suggested that recent gains by the rebels — including offensives in Damascus and Aleppo, the assassination of key regime officials and several high-profile defections — prove that the Syrian opposition is on the path to victory and does not need our assistance.

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TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: arabspring; fff; joelieberman; johnmccain; lindseygraham; syria; waronterror
No more blood and treasure in the cesspit. I have no problem with the Saudi financed Sunnis killing Iranians and Alawites and vice versa. What is funny they claim we will some kudos for stopping the killing when the US got no benefit in the Middle East for savine the Muzzies in the Balkans.
1 posted on 08/06/2012 1:40:05 PM PDT by C19fan
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To: C19fan

Let’s see... Sunni radical Islamic rebels fighting a Shia radical Islamic government.

We should support... Neither!!!


2 posted on 08/06/2012 2:07:30 PM PDT by Da Bilge Troll (Defeatism is not a winning strategy!)
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