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Neither side in this Syrian conflict is our friend. Intervention in this war is not worth one American life or injury.
President Obama seems to be having a few difficulties with foreign policy. I wonder if he can blame his difficulties on President Bush. Maybe it would be better to have the IRS investigate Syria.
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How different the war drums would sound if those beating them had to send a loved one into harm’s way on the first wave.
Obama made the right decision to make Congress declare war on Syria. Now the chicken hawks have to come up with the funding to put the U.S. in harm’s way.
If Congress gives approval to bomb Syria, it had better prepare itself for the blame if things go bad.
Obama told us he was going to sit down with all these bad guys and calm them. Now he wants to start shooting. Just one more in a long line of broken promises.
If 426 abortions are performed, pro-life politicians are outraged. If 426 children are killed by nerve gas in Syria, pro-life politicians say it is none of their concern.
Dennis Rodman is in North Korea again. I hope this time he helps the U.S. all he can by staying there. He is as big a traitor as Jane Fonda.
As an ex-prisoner of war, I do not trust North Korea.
The regular citizen got so messed around by the regular legislative session – tax cuts for a privileged few and cutbacks in programs for the rest of us – that when it ended I figured at least lawmakers couldn’t do any more damage. I see my euphoria was premature.
Low wages in our economy have more to do with Washington than McDonald’s. Illegal immigrants gladly work for minimum wage or less, which restrains everyone’s wages. Citizens pay the price for open borders.
Congratulations to Diana Nyad for having the persistence to complete her swim from Cuba to Key West. She had to fight fatigue and jellyfish along the way. As she said, we should never, ever give up. Well done.
Anyone who questions whether the bike paths are being utilized should have been on the path between Woodlawn and Oliver on Monday. The number of bikers and joggers nearly equaled the traffic on K-96. Thanks to those responsible for the bike path project.