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Obama, in Jordan, warns Syria may become extremism enclave

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“I am very concerned about Syria becoming an enclave for extremism because extremists thrive in chaos, they thrive in failed states, they thrive in power vacuums,” Obama said at a press conference with the King. Hmmmmm.... Where have we heard this before??

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"pledged $200 million in fresh aid"

The U.S. gov't doesn't have $200 million to give to Jordan.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/9918785/US-and-Europe-in-major-airlift-of-arms-to-Syrian-rebels-through-Zagreb.html

It claimed 3,000 tons of weapons dating back to the former Yugoslavia have been sent in 75 planeloads from Zagreb airport to the rebels, largely via Jordan since November. The story confirmed the origins of ex-Yugoslav weapons seen in growing numbers in rebel hands in online videos, as described last month by The Daily Telegraph and other newspapers, but suggests far bigger quantities than previously suspected.

Hopefully Syria can push these rebel terrorists out. <http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=1b9_1355139780 > (many gruesome scenes like this about Syrian "rebels" on the internet(s)

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"a Jordanian journalist asked him why superpower America had no plan to end the killing in Syria"

How about superpower China, Russia, or the rest of the world? Sheesh.

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Sometimes I feel like all Obama is doing is shaking up the hornet's nest. What is going to be, will be. with or witout him stirring things up. Why give Jordan 200 mil. when we still have Vet's, and homeless still not properly taken care of in the USA.

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"pledged $200 million in fresh aid"

The U.S. gov't doesn't have $200 million to give to Jordan.

We DO have the money! Yes, it's borrowed printed money, but we have more than enough to spread around.

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