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Destroying Syria

August 28, 2013 11:30

A picture released by the US Navy shows aircrafts assigned to Carrier Air Wing 7 fly in formation above the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) on June 15, 2013 in the Mediterranean Sea. (AFP Photo/US NAVY/Andrew Schneider)

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What would be the implications be of Western intervention in Syria? What is the way to end the Syrian stalemate? And are Western policies toward Syria and Iraq that much different? CrossTalking with Yazan Abdallah, Michael Shank and Ed Krayewski.

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Lillie Herold 03.09.2013 14:54

my belief is one cannot fight for oneself, then one does not enjoy the fruits of other people labor. The Syrian Rebels are always begging and upset because the U..S. would not give them a victory. The American People could care less about Syria's Population-we sat back and watched millions upon millions die in Rwanda and neither our Congress, President nor the American Press even reported on the killings. They were completely ignored by the world.

 

Lillie Herold 03.09.2013 14:50

I am not in favor of the U.S. assisting Syria whether with military or monetary aide. No country has ever assisted the U.S. during any wars we have been in todate. Even in WWII, once we finished up with Germany, we then headed to defeat Japan. We had no help but with the Marshall did help Europe to re-build. My advice to the Rebels is to study our American Indians like Sitting Bull and Geromimo. They helped themselves and were not COWARDS!

 

Stanley Wasserman 01.09.2013 10:09

Finally honest talk, where have you been

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