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WEDNESDAY, AUG 28, 2013| 16 comments
Obama Ready to Launch Unilateral Military Assault on Syria

U.S. military preparations are underway for a limited, two-day surgical strike aimed at “punishing” Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for his alleged use of chemical weapons — nerve gas — in last Wednesday’s attack on civilians in nine towns in the Ghouta region east of Damascus that killed an estimated 1,300 people.

There are several problems facing the administration. First, it is not clear who exactly will determine Assad’s culpability or when that determination will be made. UN inspectors in the region have been fired upon by rebels and have delayed, by at least one day, their investigation into the attacks.

Secondly, House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has not had any consultations with any of those senior officials. And thirdly, what possible justification could there be for violating the clear instructions and limitations under Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution that only “Congress ...


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News Item8/31/13 3:03 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Conservative MP to Post: UK parliament rejecting Syria vote a 'total shock'I really don't understand, why, you're asking why? From Bush's point of view, the Iraqi war was a great success. The oil was flowing again.mission accomplished.now the above URL explains why the British might be worked up.also the Cavalier use of poison gas, is something that shouldn't be ignored. banana war bush, certainly didn't accomplish what has been standard American policies in wars after the 1930's,nor of course, would they make any Christian happy.but apparently that wasn't his goal.
no, President Obama, has been very hesitant in using military force. In fact I'm surprised that John McCain hasn't been loudly pushing forward.
Bush
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News Item8/31/13 10:48 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
John UK from Wales writes:
Christopher000 wrote:
I was just listening to the radio and they were talking about a napalm like attack on a syrian school.
Who was talking about doing such a thing?
They were discussing it on mainstream radio. They were discussing the aftermath, not the possibility...it already happened to a Syrian elementary school. Really terrible. Jim, not napalm, maybe, but they said the kids were covered in a white, gel-like substance, which they said had the consistency of napalm.
Thanks Chris, so it has already happened then. Phew, the violence in some of these countries could only be described as barabaric, hardly civilised. Most nasty, like this recent chemical attack, seemingly by the Syrian guv.
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News Item8/31/13 8:51 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
John UK from Wales writes:
Christopher000 wrote:
I was just listening to the radio and they were talking about a napalm like attack on a syrian school.
Who was talking about doing such a thing?

They were discussing it on mainstream radio. They were discussing the aftermath, not the possibility...it already happened to a Syrian elementary school. Really terrible. Jim, not napalm, maybe, but they said the kids were covered in a white, gel-like substance, which they said had the consistency of napalm.

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News Item8/31/13 8:02 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Conservative MP to Post: UK parliament rejecting Syria vote a 'total shock'I really don't understand, why, you're asking why? From Bush's point of view, the Iraqi war was a great success. The oil was flowing again.mission accomplished.now the above URL explains why the British might be worked up.also the Cavalier use of poison gas, is something that shouldn't be ignored. banana war bush, certainly didn't accomplish what has been standard American policies in wars after the 1930's,nor of course, would they make any Christian happy.but apparently that wasn't his goal.

no, President Obama, has been very hesitant in using military force. In fact I'm surprised that John McCain hasn't been loudly pushing forward.

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News Item8/30/13 2:55 PM
Why  Find all comments by Why
"U.S. military preparations are underway for a limited, two-day surgical strike aimed at “punishing” Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for his alleged use of chemical weapons"

Why?

Looking at the experience of Iraq and Afghanistan. Why?

Today Iraq is not much better than before that war. In some ways worse eg for Christians. Why?

Today we all know that after NATO (incl UK) and the US leave Afghanistan the Taliban are going to move back in and gradually take over again. Why?

So why attack Syria. Whats the point? If they want to go on slaughtering each other - Which is the daily hobby of Moslem nations; - Why waste money and our soldiers upon such a pointless task when we know the end result will be irrelevant to us.

Whats the next Moslem nation lined up for "sorting out"? = Egypt?

Tax payers of America unite and tell Obama not to waste US resources.

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News Item8/30/13 2:28 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Chris, napalm used by whom? 'In 1980, the United Nations declared that "the gel's use on concentrations of civilians a war crime"' excerpt from, Napalm.

Kerry: World must act in Syria to deter Iran, Hezbollah from using weapons of mass destruction in the future an excerpt from this,
'US secretary of state assures any US military action in Syria will be "limited and tailored", adds US authorities have a "high degree of confidence" Assad regime is behind recent attack on Damascus suburb.'

John U.K., perhaps if Davy C., was forceful in doing something about Syria as he was in pushing queer marriages, perhaps he would have gotten something done? UK's Cameron shelves imminent Syria strike amid Parliament opposition

You mean this jpw? nat hentoff: Where Are Protests Against Murders of Christians!?

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News Item8/30/13 10:01 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
and what of the girls kidnapped, the fathers beheaded in the streets Christopher of the last few years in Sy? have they begun to exist in our minds?
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News Item8/30/13 8:52 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Christopher000 wrote:
I was just listening to the radio and they were talking about a napalm like attack on a syrian school.
Who was talking about doing such a thing?
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News Item8/30/13 8:14 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I was just listening to the radio and they were talking about a napalm like attack on a syrian school. Those poor children. Covered in a white substance with burns on 50%+ of their little bodys, shaking and screaming uncontrollably because of the pain. Children dying in the arms of those trying to save them...
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News Item8/30/13 5:05 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
from the beeb
MPs have rejected possible UK military action against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government to deter the use of chemical weapons.

David Cameron said he would respect the defeat of a government motion by 285-272, ruling out joining US-led strikes.
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Looks like you're on your own, folks.

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News Item8/29/13 6:48 PM
penelope  Find all comments by penelope
Bretton woods, petrodollar, Nixon trading off the gold standard, Saudi deals, opec, global dependence, massive loss in currency value, jobs traded outside country, housing bubble, bailouts = stripping out what's left, printing at will, China making deals with world outside of petrodollar...

we are watching an empire, that is at the end of a falsely propped up currency.

called "Nixon Shock", on youtube is footage, shows him announcing it to country.

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News Item8/29/13 5:36 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
latest from the beeb

British MPs are voting on a government motion and a Labour amendment on UK intervention in Syria.

Labour's amendment urging further evidence of the Assad regime's responsibility for chemical attacks was defeated by 112 votes.

MPs are now voting on the government's motion envisaging military action in principle.

They will have to hold a further vote before UK participation in military attacks can go ahead.

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News Item8/28/13 5:04 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Penelope goes a bit deep for my understanding at times...ha-ha. Huh?
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News Item8/28/13 11:36 AM
Barry from KY. | Northern KY  Find all comments by Barry from KY.
I am not sure of your message Ms. Penelope, however, if you are speaking out against military intervention I will agree. However, I have to first use the cost in life. The young people that have sworn an oath to defend our country that will be put in harm's way. That is what i find most offensive! Money is a secondary issue with me. I think of the waste of the war in Iraq. It's very off-putting. And here we go again. Syria will be another stale-mate and cost thousands of Amercian servicemen and women. I would vote no.
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News Item8/28/13 10:56 AM
Puzzled  Find all comments by Puzzled
And your point??
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News Item8/28/13 9:04 AM
penelope  Find all comments by penelope
almost like the Christian community has become the cowardly lion of the wizard of oz, searching for its heart.

what can I say? the debt economy has no where else to go but to try and claw its way out -- while the world is told one thing, the American public told another. even then, they seem unwilling to be moved. yet, without the voice of the church, its rather abysmal -- pastors wanting the evangelical prophets tell them what to think -- and unless that means "join the fun", they aren't going to make a peep. cisterns of salt water.

this is the greatest moral challenge I've seen on the evangelical community in my lifetime... (as I watched mainline churches fall to abortion, etc) ... not even understanding, when we walk through the tribulation of our brethren in the ME, that we have so cavalierly ignored and dismissed, who will remain in the faith? (at least they expected suffering, our churches drowned in expectation of prosperity and rapture before troubles) -- brainwashing only works so long, hard reality becomes God's teaching tool.

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