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What should President Obama do to help the Syrian rebels now that Assad has used sarin against them?


Assad has used sarin (a chemical weapon) several times against his own people - this has recently been certified by Obama and Congress. What should be the U.S. response to this egregious breach of the Geneva Convention?

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Deforest (maxoxam41) says

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    Suzette Walker suzettetaos (suzettenaples) 3 years ago

    I haven't said what I believe because I want to hear what you have to say. I have to admit I like your answer though.

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Leslie McCowen (lovemychris) says

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taburkett says

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    Suzette Walker suzettetaos (suzettenaples) 3 years ago

    Interesting answer that I can't completely disagree with. Obama seems to be a changed man since becoming President.


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Tijani Achamlal (James-wolve) says

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    Suzette Walker suzettetaos (suzettenaples) 3 years ago

    Very thorough answer. Pres. Obama has to do something because his line has been crossed. You know more about the Middle East than I do, so I defer to your expertise.


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Justsilvie says

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    Suzette Walker suzettetaos (suzettenaples) 3 years ago

    I can certainly agree with where you are coming from. Unfortunately, Obama made a commitment about crossing a red line. Congress feels it has the proof. We need our money at home to fix our own problems and yet we have this commitment. Go figure!


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