Alalu wrote:En-Lugal, does that describe any Democrats you know? That just isn't their style.
For the record, no it doesn't describe every Democrat i know. I have the utmost respect for Statesmen like Dennis Kucinich, who actually believes in the Constitution. However, I have engaged in debate with a great many Democrats and the majority of them always revert to name-calling, labeling opposing views as racist, or recommend a lobotomy for not being "enlightened" enough to agree with them.
Alalu wrote:Kerry says says they have proof that Assad did it. No one is going to use chemical weapons on themselves.
Kerry says a lot of things, but it certainly doesn't help his credibility when he uses fabricated photos and videos, or those taken from another time and conflict entirely.
Anyone capable of dismembering a little girl; while she's still alive, with a frame saw, is certainly capable of unleashing chemical weapons on the populace. They would certainly do so if it would topple the opposition, and give them complete control of the country to further recruit for their cause. Even the Progressives are talking about it, questioning the decision to support these so-called "freedom fighters". http://progressivegazette.blogspot.com/ ... while.html
Alalu wrote:Doomsday scenarios and conspiracy theories should not dictate US policy.
What was that about doomsday scenarios? http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/09 ... ing-nuked/
Alalu wrote:And Russia always opposes the US. Always.
Always? Come on now, you know that isn't true. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/09/world ... .html?_r=0 http://tcc.export.gov/Trade_Agreements/ ... 005537.asp
Honestly, it seems as though this administration, and it's supporters, are upset that Mr. Putin and Mr. Assad have seemingly worked out a diplomatic solution. Leaving egg on the face of the warmongering bobble heads that screamed a strike was necessary and the only way. Of course, they hadn't counted on their "rhetorical" solution actually working, and Assad taking them up on the offer. they can continue to posture all they want, even pat themselves on the back for making a show of force, but Putin stole the day by actually using diplomacy and calling for calm.
Alalu wrote:Why is Russia so insistant that the US not attack Syria? Could it be that they would lose respect because they promised Syria protection? Could it be that Russia supplied Syria with those chemical weapons? Score!
If Syria has to turn over their cache of chem weps then Russia can just sell them some more.
Actually, the reports show that the chemicals needed to make the weapons were sold to them by the UK. http://rt.com/news/uk-sarin-syria-weapons-chemical-573/
As for Russia selling them more, well Syria has agreed to sign the pact banning their use. A good reason not to bomb Syria, is because Russia and China still have their embassy staff on the ground. We wouldn't want another international incident, now would we?
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