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Topic - War in Syria
Posted: September 24 2016 at 3:18pm By Medclinician
This is scary. It truly mystifies me how people are agonizing about crazy people shooting people (which is very sad and there are not a few nut cases in the U.S.) while we could be on the virge of war. Is the administation on a different channel than our generals? You simply cannot have it both ways. You cannot support terrorists to take out Asaad (no matter what he has done or will do) as we get bombed by Syria and possibly Russia and not have a blow up. What are these people thinking? 

If a jet goes down on either side, will they say - that's okay?  It was an accident. When we have hostile forces buzzing ships and planet at less than 30 feet, someone is going to crash into each other and all the readiness things will kick in.

A very brief clip but to the point -

Medclinician