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(Washington Post)   US [battling | supporting] [insurgent | freedom] fighters being trained in safe havens across the border from [Afghanistan | Syria]   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 4
    More: Interesting, Syrian opposition, United States, Syrians, freedoms, insurgents, military aviation, Daraa, flash point  
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2013-04-03 10:27:00 AM  
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Elegy: Why are we getting involved in this fight again?


To further the interests of our new favorite ally, the Muslim Brotherhood.
2013-04-03 10:24:35 AM  
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Not sure how a feel about this. The rebels in Syria aren't exactly models of forward-thinking opposition, but Assad is no picnic either.

Why are we getting involved in this fight again? Because superpower?
2013-04-03 10:13:08 AM  
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Old_Chief_Scott: ha-ha-guy: What I love is how Saudi Arabia and Jordan can't even find the collective testicular fortitude to establish a no fly zone in the buffer area on their own.  They want the USAF to do it for them.  Come on, a grow pair.  The Saudis have F-15s and Typhoons, the Jordanians have F-16s and yet they're worried about directly confronting whatever MiGs that Syria still has parts for.

If they get the infidels to do it for them they can't be accused of fighting their Islamic brothers.


We should leak out a memo that we're considering supporting an IDF lead no fly zone.  See how quickly Saudi Arabia volunteers to lead it after they read that memo.
2013-04-03 10:06:20 AM  
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ha-ha-guy: What I love is how Saudi Arabia and Jordan can't even find the collective testicular fortitude to establish a no fly zone in the buffer area on their own.  They want the USAF to do it for them.  Come on, a grow pair.  The Saudis have F-15s and Typhoons, the Jordanians have F-16s and yet they're worried about directly confronting whatever MiGs that Syria still has parts for.


If they get the infidels to do it for them they can't be accused of fighting their Islamic brothers.
 
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