It must be tough being the leader of a once powerful nation, while pretending to be the leader of a powerful nation, while everybody around the world is standing on the sidelines, watching you make a fool of yourself. It must be equally tough having your past constantly catch up with you at the most inopportune times, in particularly, times when you wish you could turn back the hands of time.
The president, needs more time to figure out a course of action against Syria. A course of action he doesn’t need Congressional approval for, nor international concensus. This course of action comes with the pretense, he’s looking out for Israel, Turkey and Jordan, all of which wasn’t at the forefront of his supporting and funding the Arab Spring, which if successful, would have had a profound impact on all three.
On Saturday in Houston, there’s a 'No War with Syria Rally,’ at Westheimer and Post Oak, at noon, which will echo the sentiment of not just the rest of the country, but the world as well. Many are of the impression, we don’t care who’s right, or wrong, we just really don’t want to fight any more wars, just for the sake of fighting a war. Besides, ‘man caused disasters’ don’t come with benefits.
There is no support for even a ‘limited response,’ especially when this administration attach national security and stability in the region as the justification. You have remember, the Arab Spring was an issue of national security and stability in the region as well, at least that was the excuse at that time, and then there was Egypt. That disaster was also in the name of national security, stability in the region and democracy.
It must be also tough to decide which side of this ‘limited response,’ will benefit the most. Any ‘limited response’ will surely aid and abet the rebels, which are now overflowing with known terrorist. Plus, you must decide, is this ‘limited response’ worth the lives at risk in Israel?
It’s really no secret, the lives of Muslims clearly outweigh the lives of Christians in this administration and as such, if Syria recover from this ‘limited response,’ attack Israel with the help of Iran, wouldn’t we be back to square one?