June 24, 2012
Senator John McCain contunes to slam Obama for his inaction and lack of leadership on Syria.
Last week, President Obama took to the airwaves again and answered questions about Syria. He continued down the same do-nothing mantra and made more excuses as to why the US is unable to respond. Senator John McCain and many others were very critical of Obama's lack of leadership and intervention in Syria.
June 6, 2012
ast week the White House sent out a press release trying to strengthen Obama's image on foreign policy and war on terrorism. In the statement, they discussed how Obama sits around every morning and shuffles a deck of cards with various terrorists names and faces on it, trying to decide whose life he will end that day with a drone missile attack. The White House senses that Obama looks weak on foreign matters, and wants to strengthen his image as this all-powerful drone warrior.
July 13, 2011
Bashar Assad has sent his minions and supporters to attack the US embassy in Syria. Ths is an act of war! Not only did they attack our property and our land, they even went to the ambassador's private residence and attacked it. This is outrageous and will not be tolerated!
April 24, 2011
U.S. senators of both major political parties are urging greater support for Syria’s embattled opposition short of direct military intervention.
After days of bloody attacks and raids by Syrian security forces on civilians, American legislators say the United States should provide greater backing for those opposed to President Bashar al-Assad. Republican Senator Mark Kirk of Illinois appeared on CBS’ "Face the Nation" television program.