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Obama Blends Threat Of Attack, Hope Of Diplomacy

September 10, 2013

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama said in a nationally televised address Tuesday night that recent diplomatic steps offer "the potential to remove the threat of chemical weapons" inside Syria......

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Pipelilner

Sep-11-13 10:58 PM

Obama: Idiocy and ineptitude come to mind. If Putin had not come to his aid, this fiasco (certainly not leadership) would have gone down as one of the biggest redundant political errors in planning and moronic judgement by a President in U.S. history. He doesn't know (have a clue) whether the Syrian government, Al Quaida or the Muslim Brotherhood are responsible for the Saran gas. For all we know the Russians or Iranians did it. The consequences for his proposed little "war swat" apparently are not being considered or defined for Americans by the great one Obama.

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1Diablo

Sep-11-13 9:58 AM

On the eve of 911 he ask our nation to stand with the side of our enemy, elkiada and Muslim brotherhood, that sounds like aiding and abetting the enemy which is treason. Is this man for real? He said we are the oldest constitution democracy in the world where every mans vote counts, yet the majority of people don't want Obama care or war with Syria yet he doesn't listen. We are a constitution republic where representative make the decisions.

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imfedup

Sep-11-13 5:32 AM

Isn't 'temporarily standing down' and striving for a negotiated settlement of the crisis a good thing for all parties involved? Mr Obama has run on an anti-war platform and it looks to me that is continuing. Let's give the guy just a bit of credit.

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mrinbetween

Sep-10-13 9:44 PM

What a joke this man is.

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