No...no it doesn't. The Assad regime has killed 10's or 100's of thousands of individuals depending on sources. The chemical attacks were a drop in the bucket in deaths.
Any bombing will end with probably as many or close to as many Syrian deaths as the chemical attacks.
Obama was ****ing stupid by drawing a "red-line". That's generally what chest thumping neanderthal chickenhawk Conservative politicians do.
This idea that us not attacking even though we drew a red line is somehow damaging is ****ing stupid. Nobody cares! At the end of the day actions matter. No dictator has ever stepped down because we've bombed other dictators dictators in the past. A red line is stupid. So 5,000 chemical related deaths matter but the people that didn't die before do matter? How about if it was 10? Would that matter? WTF is going on with this country and the constant need to fight wars. We honestly need a draft....
Edit: Sorry for the rant...be jeeze...do we really need a bombing every year or so? Couple of occupations ever decade or so? Military actions constantly?