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    Re: Rebels are to blame for gas attacks? (Syria)

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Yeah, but how do they get Past the UN saying such a strike would be Illegal and that it would be aggression to go and help the Rebel Terrorists and attack Assad the Evil Dictator that doesn't do business with us.
    Those who I'm talking about don't give a flying ____ about the UN. Like Bush said, "get beside us or get behind us"

    In other words authorise our aggression or get the hell out of the way!

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    Re: Rebels are to blame for gas attacks? (Syria)

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    The warmongers have their meme and their sticking to it. All sources to the contrary will be demonised and by the time it's obvious to everyone that it was wrong, it will be after the fact, the warmongers will have gotten what they wanted! IRAQ.
    Warmonger is not an accurate term. I would be willing to bet that most people that support some sort of strike against Syria are just looking for justice. After all, what happened was atrocious.

    I find it more than just a little offensive that you would dismiss their suffering and the resulting call for action as warmongering. Clearly someone needs to be held responsible for this. I'm definitely not saying no military action. I'm just questioning who the action should target.
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    Re: Rebels are to blame for gas attacks? (Syria)

    Quote Originally Posted by ksu_aviator View Post
    Warmonger is not an accurate term. I would be willing to bet that most people that support some sort of strike against Syria are just looking for justice. After all, what happened was atrocious.

    I find it more than just a little offensive that you would dismiss their suffering and the resulting call for action as warmongering. Clearly someone needs to be held responsible for this. I'm definitely not saying no military action. I'm just questioning who the action should target.
    I'm sorry you haven't viewed enough of my posts then. Assad is fighting his own war on terror, himself and Putin have made that perfectly CLEAR to those who DO wish to see an end to hostilities. Had the US not interfered with Assad's war on terror from the beginning, Assad would have crushed the rebellion early on and there wouldn't be 100,000 dead or any chemical attacks to be wringing our hands about. But, because of long standing policy of "regime change" for Syria, the US has seized upon its opportunity to see that through and you are a willing accomplice, falling for another round of propaganda being fired at the gullible American public by an all too willing network of media outlets owned by and large by defence contractors, but god bless go forward with your new war.

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    Re: Rebels are to blame for gas attacks? (Syria)

    Quote Originally Posted by ksu_aviator View Post
    Warmonger is not an accurate term. I would be willing to bet that most people that support some sort of strike against Syria are just looking for justice. After all, what happened was atrocious.

    I find it more than just a little offensive that you would dismiss their suffering and the resulting call for action as warmongering. Clearly someone needs to be held responsible for this. I'm definitely not saying no military action. I'm just questioning who the action should target.
    Mornin KA. Well considering the UN and others have stated both sides are guilty of atrocities. Plus the UN admitting that the Rebels have called Assad for chems 6 times and at least 4 of them we know Assad has been taking it to the Rebels. Wherein they were getting their asses kicked. They always somehow come up with a Time out over the Chems. Just when they start losing. The break comes.....then all of a sudden in the Media we hear how the Rebels are gaining ground and doing this and that.

    Course The French did say they want to punish Assad. Which was even before there was any evidence attained, and that was after the UN stated the first time the Rebels used Chems. So At least we know the French is about War-Mongering.

    Doesn't help them with those 5 Resolutions in the UN for Enforceable Action in 5 different Countries that the French has pressed with.....huh?

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    Re: Rebels are to blame for gas attacks? (Syria)

    Obammer should be held to account for the well-being of Syrian citizens?
    Seriously people, what are you thinking?
    Someone passing gas in that craphole is not on the list of things we should be focused on.
    But it is exactly what they'd rather you think about.
    What would victory in Syria look like anyways?


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    Rebels are to blame for gas attacks? (Syria)

    I say we just let them all kill each other. Keep a lid in Al Queda...smoke any Syrian aircraft...and just let them duke it out until they are all war weary or dead.
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    Rebels are to blame for gas attacks? (Syria)

    Quote Originally Posted by AngryOldGuy View Post
    Obammer should be held to account for the well-being of Syrian citizens?
    Seriously people, what are you thinking?
    Someone passing gas in that craphole is not on the list of things we should be focused on.
    But it is exactly what they'd rather you think about.
    What would victory in Syria look like anyways?

    There will be no victory
    The Crowd is not the sum of its parts.

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    Re: Rebels are to blame for gas attacks? (Syria)

    Quote Originally Posted by stonewall50 View Post
    I say we just let them all kill each other. Keep a lid in Al Queda...smoke any Syrian aircraft...and just let them duke it out until they are all war weary or dead.

    What do you suppose we should do to Russia if they ever attacked our ally, Israel?

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    Re: Rebels are to blame for gas attacks? (Syria)

    If by they you mean the Syrians? Don't worry them IDF boys can deal with that.
    If by they you mean the Rooskie's? I'd have to ask: what on earth are you talkin' about Willis?
    Pooty was just runnin' his mouth, take a moment to analyze the current disposition of Russian military forces in the area
    and then get back to me Bucko

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    Re: Rebels are to blame for gas attacks? (Syria)

    Quote Originally Posted by AngryOldGuy View Post
    If by they you mean the Syrians? Don't worry them IDF boys can deal with that.
    If by they you mean the Rooskie's? I'd have to ask: what on earth are you talkin' about Willis?
    Pooty was just runnin' his mouth, take a moment to analyze the current disposition of Russian military forces in the area
    and then get back to me Bucko

    Clearly my intended motive for the question missed the top of your head. It's hypothetical and they is the Russians. What would anybody expect the US should/would do if Russia were to attack our ally Israel. And I ask it because we are in fact going to attack their ally Syria.

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