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Obama’s Small Penis Moment in Syria–This is a US/UK Intel Op

Hey, don’t blame me. It is Jon Stewart’s fault. He correctly and accurately noted that the showdown in Syria is nothing more than 7th grade dick measuring by an inadequate, insecure male. Amen!!

Give Stewart props. He is not buying into the traditional media love fest with their savior, Barack.

He nails it on many fronts.

You should also be paying attention to a piece that appeared yesterday, written by Yossef Bodansky. Bodansky is hearing the same things I am. I have it from a different source, but the message is the same:

There is a growing volume of new evidence from numerous sources in the Middle East — mostly affiliated with the Syrian opposition and its sponsors and supporters — which makes a very strong case, based on solid circumstantial evidence, that the August 21, 2013, chemical strike in the Damascus suburbs was indeed a pre-meditated provocation by the Syrian opposition.

The extent of US foreknowledge of this provocation needs further investigation because available data puts the “horror” of the Barack Obama White House in a different and disturbing light.

On August 13-14, 2013, Western-sponsored opposition forces in Turkey started advance preparations for a major and irregular military surge. Initial meetings between senior opposition military commanders and representatives of Qatari, Turkish, and US Intelligence [“Mukhabarat Amriki”] took place at the converted Turkish military garrison in Antakya, Hatay Province, used as the command center and headquarters of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and their foreign sponsors. Very senior opposition commanders who had arrived from Istanbul briefed the regional commanders of an imminent escalation in the fighting due to “a war-changing development” which would, in turn, lead to a US-led bombing of Syria.

The opposition forces had to quickly prepare their forces for exploiting the US-led bombing in order to march on Damascus and topple the Bashar al-Assad Government, the senior commanders explained. The Qatari and Turkish intelligence officials assured the Syrian regional commanders that they would be provided with plenty of weapons for the coming offensive.

Indeed, unprecedented weapons distribution started in all opposition camps in Hatay Province on August 21-23, 2013. In the Reyhanli area alone, opposition forces received well in excess of 400 tons of weapons, mainly anti-aircraft weaponry from shoulder-fired missiles to ammunition for light-guns and machineguns. The weapons were distributed from store-houses controlled by Qatari and Turkish Intelligence under the tight supervision of US Intelligence.

These weapons were loaded on more than 20 trailer-trucks which crossed into northern Syria and distributed the weapons to several depots. Follow-up weapon shipments, also several hundred tons, took place over the weekend of August 24-25, 2013, and included mainly sophisticated anti-tank guided missiles and rockets. Opposition officials in Hatay said that these weapon shipments were “the biggest” they had received “since the beginning of the turmoil more than two years ago”. The deliveries from Hatay went to all the rebel forces operating in the Idlib-to-Aleppo area, including the al-Qaida affiliated jihadists (who constitute the largest rebel forces in the area).

Several senior officials from both the Syrian opposition and sponsoring Arab states stressed that these weapon deliveries were specifically in anticipation for exploiting the impact of imminent bombing of Syria by the US and the Western allies. The latest strategy formulation and coordination meetings took place on August 26, 2013. The political coordination meeting took place in Istanbul and was attended by US Amb. Robert Ford.

More important were the military and operational coordination meetings at the Antakya garrison. Senior Turkish, Qatari, and US Intelligence officials attended in addition to the Syrian senior (opposition) commanders. The Syrians were informed that bombing would start in a few days.

History will eventually record that the events of the last month were part of a broader US/UK intel effort in response to desperate pleadings from the Turks and the Saudis. The Israelis, at least some in the intel and defense community, correctly understand that an Assad free Syria creates a greater risk for the safety and security of Israel.

Don’t be surprised to see more information emerge in the coming days that will appear to further implicate Bashir Assad and his Army. This information will be intel plants and designed to support a broader Covert Action. The goal is to get rid of Assad. Nobody in the United States or the United Kingdom is doing anything to ensure that Assad is replaced by a moderate, non-secular government. The CIA and MI6 are blindly moving forward and oblivious to real threat posed by the radical Islamist who are carrying the fight to Assad’s Army.

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  • putian340

    tinyurl.com/l3cselt

    vvv

  • piattq

    My mind is still whirling around that “solid circumstantial evidence….”

  • shelldoll2

    These are the same people that screamed GWB was a warmongering killer. The argument under him is the same Obama is making. We must “save” these people. Of course if we blow up a few thousand innocents along the way it’s collateral damage. I was against what GWB did in the name of weapons of mass destruction. Now the Obama admin is saying it’s not our job to prove Syria did this thing. It’s Syria’s job to prove that they didn’t. That flies in the face of our own Constitution. My head hurts.

  • S7teen70six

    Saudi Arabia has offered to pay for our war with Assad!

    • HELENK2

      stolen from rev amy’s place

      And just to highlight how incredibly screwed up this entire “notion”
      (to use the Administration’s favorite word) to attack Syria is, check
      out THIS little bombshell that came out during the hearing today. From WaPo: Secretary
      of State John Kerry said at Wednesday’s hearing that Arab counties have
      offered to pay for the entirety of unseating President Bashar al-Assad
      if the United States took the lead militarily.

      “With respect to Arab countries offering to bear costs and to assess,
      the answer is profoundly yes,” Kerry said. “They have. That offer is on
      the table.”

      Asked by Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) about how much those
      countries would contribute, Kerry said they have offered to pay for all
      of a full invasion.

      “In fact, some of them have said that if the United States is
      prepared to go do the whole thing the way we’ve done it previously in
      other places, they’ll carry that cost,” Kerry said. “That’s how
      dedicated they are at this. That’s not in the cards, and nobody’s
      talking about it, but they’re talking in serious ways about getting this
      done.

      • S7teen70six

        Doesn’t that make us war whores?

        I find myself shaking my head in disbelief that we have a president that is even considering doing this.

        • DianaLC

          It makes us paid servants to a nation that keeps its women subjugated, that gives birth to people who end up flying planes into the World Trade Center Towers and trying to do the same to the Pentagon. It’s a country that definitely doesn’t want us to be energy independent.

          As i said before, let them move into the nineteenth century and start their own Industrial Revolution so they can eventual move up into the twentieth century and develop their own weapons.

          It reminds me of a time my brother had to work over int that part of the world as an engineer helping them learn to use the stuff they had purchased. He finally realized that they didn’t want to learn. They thought their contract with his company meant they had paid for his permanent service.

          This is the Theater of the Absurd!!!

          • S7teen70six

            We are just the help in their world. A damned shame we can’t send them Oprah.

            • Deapster

              I guess the Saudi princes saw the movie The Butler and thought they could buy a servant in the Whitehouse too.

              • S7teen70six

                You mean buy another servant, don’t you?

        • stodghie

          we pay for saudi gas so they can turn around and pay us as mercenaries.

      • KenoshaMarge

        Does that make the United State military mercenaries? Guns for hire?
        I don’t really even know what to say about this.

        • S7teen70six

          What do you expect from Dhimmicrats?

          • KenoshaMarge

            Even from them – more and better than this!

            • S7teen70six

              Then you are going to be sorely disappointed.

              • KenoshaMarge

                Won’t be the first time.

    • JohnnyTwoDog

      And where are all the “No Blood for Oil” protesters now?

    • JohnnyTwoDog

      And the check will be in the mail right just like the check from Iraq for that fiasco.

    • Deapster

      I hope every country now buying Saudi Oil boycotts their whole damn operation. Who are their biggest customers?

  • HELENK2

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jJajKhr0ig#t=29

    Joe Wilson making kerry squirm.

    stolen from the crawdad hole

    • HELENK2
      • S7teen70six

        The dude rocks it.

        • DianaLC

          I loved him holing up his emails, all saying vote “NO.” I patted myself on the back. I didn’t write to him, but I sent a few to my Senators and Representatives.

          • HELENK2

            me too but i have the backtrack broads boxer and feinstein so it does no good

            • 0getfitnow1

              Me too.

            • Deapster

              Helen, it does good. Keep those letters flowing into the belly of these beasties.

              • KenoshaMarge

                I sent an email to Senator Ron Johnson, who is on the Senate Foreign Relations committee and thanked him for voting “no”. We need to use both carrots and sticks.

          • S7teen70six

            My Rep has already made up his mind to support Asshole Obama and both of my Senators indicated that they are leaning that way but offered no commitments one way or the other.

            • DianaLC

              See above–answered myself instead of you.

          • DianaLC

            Well, mine are all Dems also, but two have been known to push back a bit on O, and so I’m hoping they get a zillion emails telling them to vote “Hell, no!”

  • HELENK2
    • DianaLC

      I needed a good laugh! Thanks!

  • HELENK2

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/09/bill-oreilly-says-conservatives-oppose-syria-because-they-want-to-hurt-obama-mark-levin-responds/

    oreilly says conservatives oppose Syria because they want to hurt backtrack. Mark Levin responds

    • Deapster

      Gosh, that is as valid as the Dems being opposed to the Iraq “shock and awe” pre-emptive invasion because they wanted to hurt Bush.

      • HELENK2

        wonder how much babs and diane will make off this war?

    • DianaLC

      I had to assert myself when O’Reilly was making that absurd comment and ask that the channel be changed because if it remained on the television would be destroyed. I am so very happy that Levin made his comment. I give O’Reilly credit for what he does for our wounded vets, but he’s becoming a real jerk about many things.

      • KenoshaMarge

        O’Reilly always was and always will be a jerk. A pompus, arrogant jerk. Just because he does some good doesn’t change that fact. I never could stand the windbag.

        • DianaLC

          And he certainly lets his left hand know what his right hand is doing.

  • HELENK2

    http://thehill.com/blogs/defcon-hill/operations/320317-senate-panel-votes-10-7-in-favor-of-military-strike-on-syria

    here is the vote and just who voted for and against.

    REMEMBER THESE NAMES FOR FUTURE ELECTIONS

    • Deapster

      The prior vote to arm Syrian rebels is equally damning.

    • S7teen70six

      I’ve already taped McInsane’s name to the bottom of my toilet bowl.

    • beyond partisan

      Glad Rubio voted against it. Redeems him a little bit after the immigration stuff. BTW, what is happening with immigration?

  • HELENK2

    because backtrack was trying to be a big man and divert attention from his many failures and opened his mighty mouth his credibility is on the line not mine or any other American citizen.

    • KenoshaMarge

      His saying that the credibility of America was on the line made me retch. What a POS!

  • S7teen70six

    Kerry closes by saying that he doesn’t believe we are going to war. So if he doesn’t believe it then it must be true. He doesn’t identify with war therefore it doesn’t exist. Tranny foreign policy is scary. I wonder which bathroom he uses?

    • Deapster

      Why does Kerry insisting upon this semantic subterfuge remind me of the Monty Python sketch insulting the French: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9V7zbWNznbs

      Collectively let’s all turn on our cell phone cameras, dial the Damascus palace, drop our drawers, turn out backs to the camera and call out neener, neener, neener.

      With Skype this would be cheaper, more effective and no loss of life or treasure.

  • S7teen70six

    A Representative’s question: Why does America have to lead this effort? Kerry: We have a great tradition that we have to live up to.

    So it’s because of our great tradition that we must wage war and further destabilize the Middle East. I think Kerry just admitted that he has a little dick too.

  • beyond partisan

    Great comment: “My mother is a genuine narcissist, a total control freak who genuinely believes herself to be a saint. She is delusional and parades under the guise of angelic savior to all, but if you don’t let her control you, then suddenly she grows fangs and tries to gaslight and shame you into submission. Obama is just like her. But here is the good news, something I have learned from being raised by an NPD parent: eventually they screw up really, really bad, because the webs they weave are so erratic and tangled and crazy that eventually they hang themselves with their own spidery threads, and someone with some fortitude cracks down on them. So who will it be? Will the “world” or at least some power players in it stand up and say no, call Obama out on his garbage? He is getting really close to the big screw up phase.”

    From: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2013/09/04/201163/obama-i-didnt-draw-the-red-line.html

    • Deapster

      McClatchy media again retains the last shreds of journalistic integrity.

    • buzzlatte3

      Yes, they do. It’s one thing you can count on with NPDers. And to think, 40 more months of this on the country’s plate.

    • stodghie

      well said

  • S7teen70six

    Rep Jeff Duncan of SC says Obama needs to provide answers for Benghazi before committing to any military action against Syria. Woo Hoo!

    • HELENK2

      between him and joe wilson, I want to move to South Carolina. they get it

      • 0getfitnow1

        Joe Wilson knew That One was a big liar from jump street.

  • beyond partisan

    So, Larry, my gut is telling me that all this Syria gas attack stuff is somehow related to Benghazi. What have you heard?

    • Deapster

      Arms shipments …Turkey …. Saudi money ……AVAZZ …… Soros campaign to bring down Iran …. you think?

  • S7teen70six

    Rep Tom Marino (R-PA) just asked Hagel whether or not he trusted the rebel groups. His response: “It’s not my place to trust.” This didn’t go over well with Marino. He also asked Kerry why he didn’t support Bush going after Saddam because of gassing his people? Kerry basically shit his pants.

  • HELENK2

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/swedish-reporter-asks-obama-if-nobel-peace-prize-presents-dilemma-when-planning-syria-attack/

    Swedish reported asks backtrack if nobel peace prize presents dilemma when planning to Syria attack

    OUCH

    • buzzlatte3

      Valerie Jer-RAT will get back with an answer in a moment.

      • JohnnyTwoDog

        “at what point do we need to confront actions that are violating our common humanity?”
        Nice thought except that the common humanity of the Western world is not the Islamic Theocracy that is Obama’s common humanity.

  • UnhyphenatedAmericanVet

    I am starting to see the wisdom in giving the potus his wish from congress, as stupid as it seems… he on his own will have to choose between supporting a dictator, al-QaidaMB, or doing nothing… with his history of voting present and doing nothing, while adjourning to the links…I can see where this is going…he will have to let VJ, his Iranian advisor, handle it…what a wimp!

    I can hear the LSM now…. Oh! look he went to Jared…

    and I will say yes, Valerie Jared.

    The Brit’s and NATO have set it firmly in his lap were it belongs…leading from behind!

  • No Balls LJ

    Yossef Bodansky has no credibility.

    He wrote a paper called:

    “Offensive in the Balkans: The Potential for a Wider War as a Result of Foreign Intervention in Bosnia-Herzegovina (1995, International Media Corp./ISSA). ”

    He was completely wrong. Actually the similar action taken in Bosnia-Herzegovina by Clinton ended the Serbian aggression and moved that conflict toward a peace agreement.

    This guy has been more wrong that right over the years.

    • beyond partisan

      Says the “expert” on credibility and hypocrisy who claims that we must all bow down to Jon Stewart and never criticize him, lest someone question our consistency.

      • buzzlatte3

        I know. They must get paid by the post.

        • HELENK2

          by the word

        • beyond partisan

          I’m honestly wondering whether some of the better sock puppet commenters quit when they were directed to support the war in Syria. I would hope that at least some of them who were anti-war would show some consistency and resign over this. And maybe that’s why the ones they have writing today are so bad at it. (Not that they were ever that great to begin with!)

          • buzzlatte3

            Talk about the tables being turned on the liberals by their “messiah” and angel of peace! Can’t say they don’t deserve it – but does the rest of the country have to be embarrassed, too?
            It’s bad enough the country has to put up with the lunacy of Reid and Pelosi because NV and CA can’t get their heads out of the place where the sun doesn’t shine.

    • S7teen70six

      At least your name change is humorous.

      • KenoshaMarge

        Humorous to me only in that it shows such an adolescent mindset.

    • Deapster

      Wow, I didn’t know exactly the very same things were at stake. So helpful for you to point this out. And with the UN involvement all those years too.

      Bosnia-Herzegovina being soooo particularly critical to US strategic interests, made this a no-brainer decision for Clinton to make. Never under-estimate the power of the Serbian-American votes either when crafting US foreign policy.

      • buzzlatte3

        Love how obots have to resort to some other president’s history when they’re busted on their lord and messiah’s blaring incompetence and thought disordered madness.

        • Deapster

          Obots are so young, they still think their ideas are fresh, insightful and new.

    • Deapster

      PS: Always a good sign the obots are getting very, very nervous when they come here to spew out their nonsense, to see if they can get any of it to stick.

      Phhfffftttbbbtt. So there,

  • buzzlatte3

    My, my what a convenient distraction away from O-bomb-acare.

  • No Balls LJ

    If the West allows a chemical attack go unanswered (against international conventions which have been around a long time), then do you think Israel is more or less safe?

    Your strategic brain is completely dead. The level of your analysis is about zero. You are no more than a typical BS conservative Tea-Party all political hate Obama website. You are a full blown crazy conspiracy guy. They would never let you in the doors of the CIA these days.

    • buzzlatte3

      OH look^^^^^ one of O-bomb-a’s cheerleaders just showed up! Complete with playground taunts!

      LOL!

      • HELENK2

        when is he leaving for Syria? or does he really believe backtrack ” no boots on the ground” BS?

        it kind of like your health insurance premiums will not go up and you can keep your doctor. we all know how truthful that was

      • beyond partisan

        They must have followed me over here from the Cruz article, as I linked to this article over there. :-)

        • Deapster

          They show up every time George Soros name is mentioned. Spies in the skies.

    • DianaLC

      Why did we let it go unanswered–at least for a long time–when the chemical weapons we gave to Saddam Hussein were used by him to gas the Khurds and really kill a lot of people?

      Oh, yes, we did get Hussein eventually, and the Khurds then loved us–without really thinking about the fact that we gave him the means to use the gas in the first place, though now they probably hate us as do most of the people over there because of our constant meddling and killing people with politically acceptable weapons of great destruction..

      It just goes to show, we’re hypocrites, and that we have a record of giving out nerve gas when it suits our purpose (back then the purpose was that Hussein was anti-Iran). Seems all the dots are in place for you if your tiny brain can follow them.

      It’s time we quit meddling. It’s time the POTUS’s deceptions are uncovered. He’s in this mess because he let his mouth get away from him about drawing red lines.

    • Deapster

      Gasp, are you saying this is all about Israel?

      Israel is welcome to buy a few square miles in Nevada and make the desert bloom again somewhere else, because they picked a very tough neighborhood in which to peacefully co-exist.

      Their inflated irridentism does not trump anyone else’s irredentism.

    • S7teen70six

      Where are the Arab League forces standing side by side with our nation ready to risk their money, lives and credibility? Their heads are in the sand or up Obama’s ass, like yours.

  • jrterrier

    Stewart is a masterful comedian and makes his point very well even though he is still coloring it to trash republicans. Why put Ted Cruz in the mix making it appear as if Cruz supports intervention in Syria, when he doesn’t? http://www.politico.com/story/2013/09/ted-cruz-syria-update-96244.html?hp=f2,

    • beyond partisan

      Yes, that really upset me…I had to go look up the latest news on him to see if he had somehow turned NeoCon…and he hadn’t. I really think the Democrats are scared of Cruz and are pulling out all the stops to discredit him (see my post below about the dumb Obots on the Cruz artice).

    • No Balls LJ

      you guys, including Larry Johnson, only seem to like John Stewart when he is saying what you want; ie. bashing Obama. there are plenty of posts on NQ over the years trashing Stewart… typical NQ hypocrisy.

      • beyond partisan

        Riight…because in order to not be a “hypocrite,” you must like EVERYTHING a comedian says, 100% of the time, and NEVER criticize him. OK, got it.

        • Deapster

          Ergo, NoBalls loves Stewart’s characterization Obama is playing Jr High Circle Jerk.

      • DianaLC

        Or maybe we judge the content of what is being said than the messenger–which is exactly the way logic would dictate someone should behave.

      • Deapster

        You misread hypocrisy, as compared to internal consistency.

      • jrterrier

        Not true. I think Stewart is a very funny man & very good at what he does.

  • HELENK2

    Rep Joe Wilson of South Carolina just asked the question of the day.

    Why now on Syria.

    If the video becomes available it is a must see

  • wyntre

    Priceless headline!

  • beyond partisan

    Sometimes, I volunteer my time out of my own volition to counter the idiocy of the Obamabot sock puppets. For some reason, they are out in full force today trying to take down Ted Cruz – I think perhaps the Democrats have determined Cruz to be a threat and so they are targeting articles about him. What is amazing to me is that the Obamabots they have out in force today are really bottom of the barrel – totally stupid guys who can’t write their way out of a paper bag and talk like 5th graders. “Ted Cruz is a bratty brat, nyah nyah nyah.” I cannot believe how stupid these guys are. You can go read some of the drivel yourself, if you can stomach it:

    http://www.politico.com/story/2013/09/ted-cruz-syria-update-96244.html

    • No Balls LJ

      I hope Cruz has a very long life in Republican politics. I hope he pulls the Republican party his direction. It will ensure the Republican Party never wins an election outside red areas (which are shrinking, including Texas itself), which is not enough to win anything these days.

      • buzzlatte3

        Whhhaaaaaaaa! Da little liberal is skhairded of the big old mean Cruz. Dick measuring is so skhairrrry!

      • beyond partisan

        Ron Paul is hugely popular among college students. The future of Republicans will be libertarians and Tea Partiers, and they will in fact be hugely popular among the youth, who will find the baby boomer Democratic Party to be old school and not with it anymore.

        • Deapster

          Out West, young Americans are really ticked off at the indulgent “progressive” baby boomers. (aka Democrats)

          • stodghie

            i would love to see our youth rise up demanding the truth and good governance.

            • ballsballs

              They already did and they voted for Obama.

        • ballsballs

          hugely popular??? my ass. Obama is hugely popular among college kids. He dominated the youth vote in both elections. Republicans do terrible with youth voters, including both Pauls. Paul does better than other Republicans, but still terrible. I hope Cruz and Paul are your future. You will have no future then.

      • shelldoll2

        One thing I’ve learned as a female and a Vet. The guys who put down other guys for their lack of “stuff” have small d*cks and shrunken balls. The guys that have the goods? They don’t trash or brag.

      • shelldoll2

        Let me get my magnifying glass. Rats I still can’t find it. Medic! Tweezers!

    • beyond partisan

      OMG…some idiot on there is now bringing up the Whitey Tape. Seriously? As I said over there…after 5 years, this is the best you can come up with?

    • KenoshaMarge

      Don’t forget the worst slur of all, Ted Cruz wore a paisley bathrobe in college.

      • Deapster

        It’s a Cuban thing.

        • KenoshaMarge

          Really? Cause I gave one to my husband for Christmas many years ago and he’s of Scot/Chezk heritage and I’m an Irish/Danish/French-Canadian Native Ameican mutt. And at the time, we both liked the robe. We had no idea it would become a crime in the future. Shame on us for our lack of foresight.

    • buzzlatte3

      Oh, Politico… LOL!

    • stodghie

      cruz is a texan and a darling of the tea party. that alone is enough for those jackals.

  • jrterrier

    “The goal is to get rid of Assad. Nobody in the United States or the United Kingdom is doing anything to ensure that Assad is replaced by a moderate, non-secular government. The CIA and MI6 are blindly moving forward and oblivious to real threat posed by the radical Islamist who are carrying the fight to Assad’s Army.”

    Has the stupidity in government spread throughout to include the military & intelligence services? It’s just unbelievable. We cannot continue to meddle in the middle east without any acknowledgment of the consequences.

    Such willy nilly decision-making has the same effect as the use of nerve gas or other weapons of mass destruction.

  • HELENK2
    • Deapster

      The Russian fleet chokehold is the Dardenelles. Soon to be visiting this area on a “holiday”. At no other time has Turkey held such critical position as th cross-roads between Europe and the Orient.

      Shades of the Charge of the Light Brigade? http://www.nationalcenter.org/ChargeoftheLightBrigade.html

      ‘Forward, the Light Brigade!’
      Was there a man dismay’d ?
      Not tho’ the soldier knew

      Some one had blunder’d:

      Theirs not to make reply,
      Theirs not to reason why,
      Theirs but to do & die,

      Into the valley of Death
      Rode the six hundred.

      • HELENK2

        the USA has never had such a weak fool for a president before. Russia knows this and if backtrack thinks Putin will back down he is sadly mistaken.

      • stodghie

        thanks deapster. i thought of that the other day and appreciate seeing the whole poem.

  • HELENK2

    http://ace.mu.nu/

    Ace of Spades has live coverage of this farce

  • HELENK2

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/57663

    Syria is about to become the Waco of the ME

  • S7teen70six

    So we are arming those who have declared war on us? Doesn’t that meet the grounds for a charge of treason as defined in our Constitution? By definition aren’t we giving aid and comfort to our enemy? Or is it cool as long as we aren’t directly paying for it and instead our “ally” Turkey does the dirty deed for us?

    Makes me wonder if we should refuse to pay taxes so we can not be held complicit for treason against our republic.

  • KlugerRD

    Here is the amazing irony.

    This is not like Iraq or any other conflict we had except one: Vietnam. The administration lied our way into a full war and that is exactly what Obama is doing.

    And who is the lead dog on this? Mr. Winter Soldiers – John Kerry.

    There should be a sign on Barack Obama’s desk that should say: “The Buck Stops Anywhere But Here”

    • Deapster

      Uuuhhh, except now the buck is only worth 37 cents.

    • KenoshaMarge

      Speaking of Viet Nam – and chemical weapons, what about agent Orange?

  • HELENK2

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/09/is-war-with-syria-really-about-chemical-warfare/

    what is with muslims and pipelines/
    backtrack does not want the keystone pipeline

    assad does not want a natural gas pipeline that Qutar does

    • DianaLC

      It’s all about losing customers for their oil. Obama has to support the Saudi oil operation; they’ve got the goods on him.

  • stodghie

    replacing assad with a morsi type character insures more chaos. you don’t allow the nitwit who created other trouble i the middle east to lead any charge in syria covert or open.

    • Deapster

      1. Syria “strategically” bombs the US to make us behave better.

      2. Syria next arms the Tea Party to change the US government by violent overthrow, to capitalize on the “strategic” bombing.

      3. Syria then installs Rand Paul as the new US President.

      4. US citizens bow down in face of superior “strategic” Syrian fire power.

      Makes sense.

      • stodghie

        arming the muslim brotherhood or any other thug group in a tinder box in the middle east is beyond stupid. it is frigging criminal. you don’t utilize a daxn fool who screwed up egypt, libyia and afghanistan under no circumstances whatever.

        • DianaLC

          This whole thing seems to be in the minds of many important because “our” credibility is at stake.

          My credibility is NOT at stake (since I never did support this current resident of the WH).

          When will everyone realize that O was the one who said the red line line, all on his own without any help from any of us? It’s POTUS Obama’s credibility that is at stake, and it’s certainly time for us to hold him accountable for this statement–and then for all the other lies he’s told to us about many other scandals.

          Congress should step forward and say to the world, “Pardon us while we take care of the spoiled brat who has taken over our WH.)

          • Deapster

            Brilliant:

            Diana sez: “Congress should step forward and say to the world, “Pardon us while we take care of the spoiled brat who has taken over our WH.)”

            • Deapster

              In our co-equal branches of government, it is not for the Executive Branch to set policy and tell Congress to carry it out.

              It is for Congress to set policy and tell the Executive to carry it out.

              Congress very much could take Obama to the woodshed for his reckless unilateral jingoism that is trying to commit the US to a policy, Congress has not yet made.

              The fig leak Obama is now asking for does not make this any better of a situation he alone has put this country into. But it shows his legal mind actually might be engaged.

              Jiggering the Congressional vote with his specious redline credibility of the US defense needs one heck of a head-rattling rebuttal.

      • KlugerRD

        Good analogy

  • HELENK2

    hearing just starting and Kerry is being his usual ignorant self. why bother listening to people, I am too important for that. Ignorant as cat shit

  • DianaLC

    All this makes very clear why we still don’t have answers about Benghazi, especially the part about meeting with the Turkish ambassador at that time.

    I am so very sick of these ME idiots. I wish they would finally resolve their religious infighting and move into the 21st century. Heck, I’d be happy if they would move into the nineteenth century and go through the Industrial Revolution first.

    But wishing will do me no good, and so I am still sitting on my head.

    • Deapster

      Here is a good rule. No country not advanced enough to manufacture their own weapons, should go to war dependent upon someone else’s.

  • Deapster

    Again begging the question, was Obama going to “strategically” bomb Syria to cover up his own dirty fingerprints?

  • HELENK2
    • Deapster

      Nicely finessed cop-out. McCain must have honed his poker playing skills recently.

      Maybe McCain is playing pay-back time with Obama, after Obama’s prior duplicitous history with McCain?

      Is McCain playing Lucy to Charlie Brown’s (aka Obama) football kick?

      • stodghie

        mcshame thinks that makes his XXXXX look better as he crawls away to hope for better times ie another war.

    • DianaLC

      I’m hoping the good folks in AZ finally vote “no” on McCain because he goes too far.

      • jrterrier

        they had their chance. i think he’s not up for reelection for another 4 years.

        • DianaLC

          Well, perhaps they’ll have a place for him in a VA facility for the mentally infirm. I wish men who did earn some honor would not go on to spoil the honor they earned.

          • stodghie

            agree

      • stodghie

        surely arizona has straight jackets. mccain doesn’t appear to be playing with a full deck lately. i say that in jest but a note of seriousness too.

    • KenoshaMarge

      Well it must go far enough now because he voted for it. As if he didn’t know full well that although congress is the arm of government that takes us to war – the executive is the one the fights it.

      So once Obama has their vote he can do pretty much what he wants. He knows it and they know it.

      What a bunch of dishonest scum!

  • HELENK2

    the three stooges are back testifying on c-span1 starts at noon

    • foxyladi14

      lol Helen Stooges for sure.

  • KenoshaMarge

    Not always a Stewart fan – way too liberal for me – but he sure as hell nails it this time. I really loved the idiot parage too!

    • foxyladi14

      Agree Marge.

    • 0getfitnow1

      Broken clock…right…twice a day.

      • KenoshaMarge

        That’s true. But this time it is particularly important because so many young people think Obama is God and Stewart his prophet. Stewart will reach a lot more young people than any serious person who is opposed to this war. JMO

        • jrterrier

          Plus Stewart gives cover to those who don’t have the fortitude to say it but agree with Stewart’s views on this.

          • KenoshaMarge

            And because he says it in a funny way he can get away with things others would not.

        • beyond partisan

          Stewart, at least, has always been more liberal than Obama supporter. He will not just stick by the party just “because.” He has some principles.

          • KenoshaMarge

            He proved that with the above bit.

            Unlike the dimwitted congress woman who said she opposed a strike on Syria but would vote for it to be loyal to her president.

            Politicians are such scum.