posted on 07/24/2012 9:44:59 AM PDT
It’s an all-out war between Alawites and Sunni, with Christians as the bystanders.
Let’s not forget that Syria has all of Iraq’s old WMD’s besides their own.
posted on 07/24/2012 11:23:03 AM PDT
by New Jersey Realist
(America: home of the free because of the brave)
Omg! We need to send in the USAF to sweep the skies for the Moslem brotherhood insurgency! And if Moscow complains, bomb them too! Global nuclear war! ANYTHING to help Shillery, Humma Weiner, Obama and the EU restore the caliphate!
If this act of Syrian jets bombing rebels inside Syria doesn’t trigger the mutual defense clause of NATO,,, then WHAT DOES?
Run for the hills! Lol
posted on 07/24/2012 12:28:11 PM PDT
(I was standing with a rifle, waiting for soviet paratroopers, but communists just ran for office.)
Up till now many people thought countries like Syria or N. Korea, Iran and the rest of the autocratic Arab world stockpiled WMD and supported enormous armies in order to fend off foreign “aggressors:. What has happened thus far during the “Arab Spring”, (read, “Jihad”), has shown all of us that these stockpiles are really intended to be used on their own populations, should the current regime feel truly threatened. It is pathetic.
posted on 07/24/2012 11:47:51 PM PDT
Isn’t Aleppo the city where Assad’s old man went medieval on the Moslem Brotherhood back in the late 70s early 80s?
posted on 07/25/2012 12:40:07 PM PDT
(Obama must Go. Sarah herself supports Romney.)
The politics of the rebels aside (Islamist headchoppers I am sure), I admire the fact that somewhere on the planet they still have MEN. Men who are not afraid to raise arms against tyrants, and who are willing to risk their lives to attain freedom. Sadly modern Americans can barely be bothered to vote for freedom let alone die for it. No wonder people want to ban guns, they think guns are for shooting ducks or protecting your home, nobody remembers the REAL reason we have them.
posted on 07/25/2012 9:14:23 PM PDT
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