john-mccain-john-kerryI don’t know about you but I have had about enough of this administration thinking they are godlike. What reason other than drawing the other big players into conflict? What interest other than him supporting his muslim brotherhood and all it stands for? This is a civil war that we should not be involving ourselves in. No other entity joined in on our civil war, did they? Please correct me if I am mistaken, but I am fairly certain it was with the north and the south and no one else. Is there an endgame? I find it amazing that we must stick our nose in where it doesn’t belong in Syria but in Benghazi we couldn’t even help our own people. For some reason they want to expend assets and spend OUR money on something that has zero to do with us. I have a realyl hard time seeing where the USA will benefit from being involved with yet another conflict. Is he covering his ass yet again?

Kerry’s statement (Kerry said such “indiscriminate, inconceivable horror of chemical weapons” is what Syrian President Bashar al-Assad “did to his own people.”) and the release of the declassified intelligence report came as President Barack Obama‘s administration faced rising resistance to a military strike against the Syrian regime in response to its use of banned chemical weapons.

Britain’s Parliament voted against joining a coalition sought by Obama to respond militarily, denying the president a key NATO ally that has steadfastly supported previous campaigns

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The White House has consulted Congress on the matter, including a conference call between key administration officials such as Secretary of State John Kerry, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and National Security Adviser Susan Rice, with 15 members of the House and Senate, including leaders, chairs and ranking members of the germane committees.


Shannon Allison is the Editor of We Will Not Be Infringed Upon and a regular contributor to The D.C. Clothesline.