Now We Wait...
by HMJC
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Thursday has been mentioned as the day a potential "attack" on Syria could commence. Kind of ironic the French want to get into the fray; not usualy their stance... There really is more at stake here than just than the chemical weapons. Assad has continued basically unabatted for two years. He is emboldened along with the rest of the middle east. It is time to remind some of these cats that human decency still counts. Right now Assad is beating his chest, Russia and China are saying it is a "bad" idea. Time to remind those two cats what they are up against to. Lastly it's time for obama to stand and deliver; anything else will be considered a further sign of weakness and a failure. More to follow I am sure.


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Sheran commented on Tuesday, Aug 27, 2013 at 20:53 PM

sebekm, He's sooo "Dolly Pardon"! LOL

HMJC commented on Wednesday, Aug 28, 2013 at 08:21 AM

Just having a bad hair day is all... and JM you are right, there is no way of truly predicting 100% what the fallout will be however, if Assad continues unabatted the potential for his cancer to spread is very possible

HMJC commented on Wednesday, Aug 28, 2013 at 12:45 PM

Your Mama is so fat she jumped up and got stuck...

timeontarget commented on Thursday, Aug 29, 2013 at 13:11 PM

Those are soverign nations in the middle east.

We are not the world police.

The last military success was WWII.

We need to stay home and mind our own business.

Iraq has become glaring proof that you cannot bestow Democracy on tribal leaders in nations which have choosen to be tribal in their ways.


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