"Only 11% of Britains support intervention ..."
This is not looking good for Obama ...
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Timing, timing, timing. I wonder if Obama would dare to attack while he is in St. Petersburg? And if he does, what would Vlad do?
Problem also is that next time the U.S. pounds its chest and roars nobody will listen - also very dangerous.
Like I said in another thread, Obama and Cameron are both pursuing idiocy. Both are trying to act like tough guys, but they aren’t tough. Add to that the fact that BOTH of them are trying to shove sodomy down the throats of the citizenry, and you have a duo of clowns.
Remember back in the 1980s, when America and Britain had strong and moral leaders? Now it is the exact opposite.
Maybe they are still upset for Big Moo getting the Queen in a headlock and giving her noogies.
Or maybe they're still sore about the time Big Moo flashed the crowd during a public appearance with the Queen.
Obama doesn’t listen to Americans.
He is following directives from NATO and the UN according to news reports. He DID allow that he would tell Congress, once his directive was imposed.
NATO of course, is guided by international law attorneys and transnational corporations.
The UN is guided by global socialists.
That’s why there is such a disconnect between what he does, and what is good for America.
The debate in Parliament will isolate The One. The conservative there speaks of a new doctrine being implied by the West; one of intervention for reason of “punishment”, over traditional reasons for intervention.
Obama is surely toast, internationally speaking, after this. At least to his credit, Cameron permitted a debate in Parliament. Obama’s interest in the opinion or debate by the US Congress on its own war powers is zero.
Obama Liar’s mediots are having a hard time with this reality, that only France is willing to back Obozo Liar and his Muslim Brotherhood kitchen cabinet in a war with Syria.
US finds itself with only 1 War with Syria partner, France:
ELAINE GANLEY, AP
Fri Aug 30, 1:55 PM UTC
PARIS (AP) The United States found itself Friday with France as its only major partner in a potential strike against Syria, after a stunning rejection of military force in Parliament forced Britain, America’s staunchest ally, to pull out of any operation.
The collapse of British support for a mission to punish Syria for allegedly using chemical weapons puts pressure on President Barack Obama as resistance grows at home and comes with the irony that France was the most vocal critic of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.