IdBeCrazyIf: Why not both?
megarian: Sarin terrifies me.
Outrageous Muff: megarian: Sarin terrifies me.Don't let it get on your nerves.
pag1107: Are people still riled up for us to get involved there? Have they decided which side we should take? We can either back a sociopathic dictator or al Qaeda, you chose.
ikanreed: Welp, there goes that whole "not currently invading a country" thing.
Lucky LaRue: I think it's pretty suspicious that the Syrian government used chemical weapons in Damascus just days after 20 UN Chemical Weapons Inspectors show up in Damascus.
brimed03: IdBeCrazyIf: Why not both?Agreed. There's no shortage of blame to go around./shortage of love, tho//put an apostrophe in that its, Subby/pedantic
Relatively Obscure: brimed03: IdBeCrazyIf: Why not both?Agreed. There's no shortage of blame to go around./shortage of love, tho//put an apostrophe in that its, Subby/pedanticNot much love to go around?Must be a real land of confusion.
Not_Todd: Much like the Spanish Civil War, it is smart to stay out of it. Both sides are evil.
tkwasny: Those WMDs that never existed in Iraq in 2004, that were watched by bird (SAT) be transported into Syria in 11 RUSSIAN trucks were not used in this and all other previous WMD incidents.
Tatterdemalian: tkwasny: Those WMDs that never existed in Iraq in 2004, that were watched by bird (SAT) be transported into Syria in 11 RUSSIAN trucks were not used in this and all other previous WMD incidents.You would think Obama would use his NSA spy network to determine who supplied Syria with these WMDs and at least demand sanctions against them in a closed UN session. The fact that he won't seems to indicate revealing the true source of Syria's WMDs would be too politically damaging to him to even suggest it./and probably damaging to the mental health of the "Saddam had no WMDs!" crowd that forms his core political constituency.//hey, maybe they didn't come from Saddam after all... maybe we shipped them to Syria to "prove" Assad wouldn't use them, and provide a balance to Israeli nukes after they destroyed Assad's reactor///sort of like those guns we shipped to Mexican drug lords, to "prove" that they have no problem acquiring such dangerous weapons as long as the US continues to make them
macadamnut: [www.zcommunications.org image 500x361]
spawn73: But tear gas is not forbidden to use under international law.
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