I have several different thoughts on Syria. They all follow a similar train.
We don't have a dog in the fight. We don't have a reason for pretending we have a dog in the fight. We don't have any excuse for pushing someone else's dog into the fight so we can get into the fight. We are lying about the dog we don't have in the fight actually being a dog and we are most likely lying about the chemical weapons.
Even if we had a dog in the fight and or a reason for getting a dog: Is the man who's greatest accomplishment in life is playing more golf than any two presidents and spending more than $1 BILLION tax payer dollars on his vacations, the guy we want to have lead us into a war?
I wonder how psyched the President of the United States of America is to be acting as the Commander in Chief of al Qaeda's air force? That is what the US will be doing in Syria. We will be providing air support for the people who made 9-11 happen. Am I the only one who thinks this is treason in a time of war? Forget impeachment why aren't we looking at trails for treason for the entire administration and any member of Congress that is hawking this nonsense?
I guess O's "Muslim faith" is more important than his oath of office.
As someone who grew up during the cold war, I believed the Russians were always wrong. It looks like they are right this time. I hate myself for even thinking that.
George Washington was correct. We should keep our nose out of the worlds business.
Dwight Eisenhower was correct. We have a problem with our military industrial complex wanting tax payer profits at the expense of everyone else.
General Smedley Butler USMC was correct, war is a racket.
Even the brain dead, American Idol loving (how's that for redundancy?) American public knows Syria is a bad idea with absolutely no US interests at stake. How out of touch, and just plain stupid are our political leaders?
Q: If John Kerry and Barrack Obama stared in a movie together what would the name of the movie be?
A: Dumb and Dumber.