U.S. Talks Tough on Syria, Ramps Up Attack Planning

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    Re: U.S. Talks Tough on Syria, Ramps Up Attack Planning

    I never said a campaign of systematic bombing couldn't change things!

    I asked a question of; what will a few cruise missles and bombs do?

    The problem is alqeida affiliates are the most organized faction of the resistance that we will be helping to defeat assad!

    Is that really a good idea?

    Libya is what? successful? or did a faction not too long ago destroy our consulate and kill our people?

    btw, we caught them yet??

    “When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.”
    âۥ Socrates

     
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    Re: U.S. Talks Tough on Syria, Ramps Up Attack Planning

    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

    Ya know those "select committees" that you have so much faith in... Here's what they said about chemical weapons in Iraq: 

    On June 21, 2006 the U.S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence released key points from a classified report from the National Ground Intelligence Center on the recovery of a small number of degraded chemical munitions in Iraq. The report stated that "Coalition forces have recovered approximately 500 weapons munitions which contain degraded mustard or sarin nerve agent." However, all were pre-Gulf War munitions.
    These munitions meet the technical definition of weapons of mass destruction, according to the commander of the National Ground Intelligence Center. "These are chemical weapons as defined under the Chemical Weapons Convention, and yes ... they do constitute weapons of mass destruction," Army Col. John Chu told the House Armed Services Committee. The munitions addressed in the report were produced in the 1980s, Maples said. Badly corroded, they could not currently be used as originally intended. 

    "The truth is that for reasons that have a lot to do with the U.S. government bureaucracy, we settled on the one issue that everyone could agree on, which was weapons of mass destruction as the core reason." Paul Wolfowitz , May 30, 2003



    Who controlled the senate in 06 and was doing what repubs are doing now and posturing for the next Prsidential election. lol

     
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    In response to A_Concerned_Citizen's comment:

     

    Are you freakin serious?

    So a few posts ago you wanted the PotUS to get Congressional approval before doing anything.

     




    Show me where I said I want the POTUS to get congressional approval before doing anything??

     

    I was just pointing out that there are selct committees and he doesnt necessarily need the whole body of congress involved.

    lol

    remember this:

    In 2011 Then Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton on Face the Nation Described Syria's Assad As A "Reformer".

    It just shows how all govts speak out of both sides of their mouths and all are always posturing.

     

     
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