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U.S. puts jets in Jordan, fueling Russian fear of Syria no-fly zone

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Bill Clinton is now siding with McCain asking for immediate action by US. They think it is a mistake for US and Allied not get tougher, I guess everything is moving forward very swiftly against Syria now. Oh dear...

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And the sheep say baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa..... It's all good folks, Assad is evil and we must arm Muslim extremists who kill little kids for fun. maybe i am wrong and Syria can become a beacon of hope in the area just like Iraq and Libya. Hang on, oooops!

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No doubt Assad is evil. Hope there is an exit strategy before we going in.

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@globalwatcher

Yup Assad is the worst option, you reap what you sow, and the daily deaths don't matter because, well because, oh why?

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No doubt Assad is evil. Hope there is an exit strategy before we going in.

"Evil" just because he is not a US puppet, huh?

Russia must supply Syria anti-aircraft weaponry, to shoot down those F-16s.

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Assad is not the problem. The Free Syrian Army (FSA) is the problem. They're neither Free nor Syrians, they are Al-Qaeda assassins sent in by Saudi Arabia.

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No doubt Assad is evil.

Assad is much less evil than current and most past US presidents.

"Evil" just because he is not a US puppet, huh?

Yep, that pretty much sums it up.

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@globalwatcher

Hope there is an exit strategy before we going in

who is we?

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Syria is shaping up into another radical extreemist haven. How many is it in the last few years?

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They're neither Free nor Syrians, they are Al-Qaeda assassins sent in by Saudi Arabia

Do you have anything I can read that AlQaeda supported by Saudi? Thanks.

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@gw

try a Google on 70 dead Saudis return from Sryia.

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