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Only 10% support military involvement in Syria

By Michael Collins - Posted on 02 May 2013

The citizens of this country are in no mood to see U.S. military involvement in Syria.  Of course, it has already begun.  Consultation, secret assistance, and money given for “communications” (which allows other money for weapons) all contribute to the military effort.  For months, Hillary Clinton demanded that Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad leave the country.  He hasn’t cooperated.  What does the toughest guy on the block do when you won’t cooperate?

It’s time for Syria to take a serious beat down.  Others need to see how things are done.  This will make things much easier when Hillary is (s)elected in 2016.  She can simply issue edicts and mandates from the White House and sovereign nations will obey without question.  The job of president is stressful enough.  Maximum Leader Hillary won’t need push back from any quarter, including domestic dissent.  (Is there a drone in our future?)  Full Article


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