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September 5, 2013

Syria Dear editor: “We must be the great arsenal of Democracy” The present situation in Syria should be frightening to even the most casual observer of international affairs....

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Sep-06-13 8:48 AM

justobserving, Surprise.....They're already here.

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Sep-06-13 8:41 AM

I am sorry but, NO!! Stay out, mind our own buisness! We do not need to stick our nose in this. Nothing we do is going to stop radical islamists from killing. Let them kill themselves. It's a big ocean, I'm sure we can see them coming and deal with them then! This is not an "iminate threat" to the U.S.

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Sep-05-13 6:42 AM

The bigger threat to the US is Obamacare. Maybe we should urge our congressmen to tie a vote to the total repeal of Obamacare. Then we can see how bad the liar in chief wants to save face in the world community. Now he and his minions are saying ne never said anything about a red line.

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Sep-05-13 4:35 AM

Perhaps my disagreement with D.G. could be best summed up with questions. Why didn't the international community attack us in the 60's when we routinely gassed and beat civil rights and anti-war protesters? What steps would our government take if a Syrian style revolt took place here? (Example)What did we do about David Koresh and Randy Weaver? Lastly, did Russia, for example, launch a strike on our military after Kent State?

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