Who actually did the chem-wep attack??

Limbaugh covered the following article, today on his program:

http://www.worldtribune.com/2013/08/28/mounting-evidence-raises-question...

It's what I have thought from the very beginning. It seems to me to be a pattern -- BO's puppet masters want something done -- children die in some horrific way, in order to sway popular opinion. Warnings are inexplicably ignored (such as Russia's warning about the Boston brothers). Or the underwear guy is let on a plane without a passport. He fails, but an agenda is advanced, with few questions asked.

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I work with a bunch of liberals--I mean the type who are still waiting for the VW bus to take them to Woodstock. It's great to see them argue in favor of bombing the hell out of Syria and killing more innocent people than the chemical weapons ever did.

It's so priceless!

"Several Syrian leaders, many of whom are not Bashar al-Assad supporters and are even his sworn enemies, are now convinced that the Syrian opposition is responsible for the Aug. 21, chemical attack in the Damascus area in order to provoke the U.S. and the allies into bombing Assad’s Syria. Most explicit and eloquent is Saleh Muslim, the head of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) which has been fighting the Syrian Government.

"Muslim doubts Assad would have used chemical weapons when he was winning the civil war.

“The regime in Syria … has chemical weapons, but they wouldn’t use them around Damascus, five km from the [UN] committee which is investigating chemical weapons. Of course they are not so stupid as to do so,” Muslim told Reuters on Aug. 27. He believes the attack was “aimed at framing Assad and provoking an international reaction”. Muslim is convinced that “some other sides who want to blame the Syrian regime, who want to show them as guilty and then see action” is responsible for the chemical attack. "

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I used to watch John Kerry back on the old Dick Cavett show -- who knows how much of what he said then was true -- but I was anti-Vietnam war, and thought he was sincere back then. Me and thousands of other 20-something brainless idiots. We wanted the war stopped and would have believed anything. JK was OH SO publicly sincere back then about the last soldier "dying for a mistake". 40 years later he is nothing but a burned out lying political hack (IMHO).

Which brings me to your point -- liberals will believe anything that makes BO look good. Or they will PRETEND to believe anything that excuses this administration for its continuing idiocy.

The administration hasn't provided one bit of proof that Assad did this. As the above excerpt says - why WOULD he? He is winning the civil war. And mounting evidence, sadly, suggests that at the very least, this "horror" was ALLOWED to take place, by the very liars who are shouting that it is unconscionable. I hope the House of Reps doesn't "fold" on this one. Boehner (surprising nobody) has already folded - political hack that he is.

Rand Paul has said, correctly, that both Mubarak and Assadhad & have protected Christians in their countries. So, to my view, both Hillary and BO owe the American people an explanation as to why they installed regimes in Egypt and Libya that quickly proceeded to persecute and murder Christians. And why BO now refuses to address the attacks on Christians in Syria by the so-called rebels. This whole thing stinks to high Heaven.

I believe that the rebels carried out the attack.

Hello right wing closet queers. Maybe Obama is trying to set up the Democrat candidate
for president in 2016 by getting us in a war against a small country that is no threat to us,
said to be killing their own people, supposedly having weapons of mass destruction and is not listening to Nato. A prolong war could keep the Dems in power another eight years,
After all, It worked for George W. Bush back in 2001. They must have the same puppet
masters! This would ensure the One percent would get richer and all the Fox news Lemmings will continue to clean the shit off their shoes. LOL

Dana Milbank: Embracing misinformation on Obama
http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-08-27/opinions/41497246_1_presid...

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On the passing of your twin brother Castro!

Question:

When does any national government ever tell the truth about their intention to bomb or invade another nation?

The Syrian "rebels" are Al Qaeda. Why the hell would we help them?
Besides, of of their favorite techniques is suicide attacks. Is it so hard to believe that maybe THEY pulled off the gas attack on their own people in order to get help against Assad?

...and when did 0bama ever give a shit about innocent children, he voted in favor of infanticide several times.

"We're all riding on the Hindenburg, no sense fighting over the window seats"-Richard Jenni

There is so much about this that is just dumb.

There are no objectives that the US would gain that would be of higher benefit than the larger chaos that would follow our involvement.

Instead of the President pressuring Congress to draft a resolution he should instead be contacting our allies, Turkey, Iraq and Jordan into putting troops on the ground aided by US air cover, surface to air defensive measures and intelligence. He needs no Congressional approval for that.

Then he needs to end his policy of reduction of forces because it has badly hurt our readiness as any action we take will show.

This will end up like Libya- badly.

MikeyA

Kerry looked like McNamara laying the case for the Gulf of Tonkin resolution.

What a difference 40 years makes.

or should I say eight years?

I didn't hear anything about a "viable exit strategy" from Sec. Kerry.

MikeyA

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