Attention, Correction-

I want to register a slight correction, to the intro of  the last article I posted, , for When I said that “… this Commander-in-Chief has put our troops to the service of Al Queda..” , I should have said more correctly, that this CIC has put our US assets, (Intelligence, funding and weapons), to the service of Al Queda. To my knowledge there are no US troops in Syria, and may God keep them out of there. Clinton used US troops to help Muslim terrorists, among them Al Queda cells when he used the military to Bomb the Serbs. Obama has put our assets also to the service of the Muslim Brotherhood, a terror group. I still agree with the points that Rand Paul was making.

I am grateful for all of those who served, to the aim of fighting terror over there so that we don’t have to fight it here, and don’t want to demean or appear to demean anyone’s service. But to go into the service of this CIC’s misguided foreign policy is a serious and consequential thing.

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5 Responses to Attention, Correction-

  1. John LaSala says:

    Hello brother Bill. It has been my under standing, that American troops have been on the ground in Syria, for the last 2 to 3 months. Google 1000 American troops secretly hit the ground in Syria. Perhaps you will come Up with the story I am speaking Of. God bless you.

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  2. Have Americans gone nuts? It’salmost unbelievable that America has surreneder the first amendmant of the consitution over to allow the Muslims free range in and on US soil.Where are the true politicians are they afraid to defend Americans right s now?SCREAMMMMMMM!

  3. Richard Smith says:

    As someone who’s ran two course on the History of the Middle East I can say that the real problem with Syria is that ‘you’re dammed if you do and dammed if you don’t.’ To intervene is open to all the objection made on this and on related threads but not to intervene would simply allow the crisis to spread to other already unstable counties like the Lebanon. Jordan. Iraq or Turkey. In addition, if the Syrian authorities and their Hezbollah allies believe they can get away with gassing their own people then the next logical step would be to try the same with their Israeli neighbors whose response could (given their history) be quite literally nuclear. The least bad option would be to try and contain the problem with no fly zones and safe havens within the Syrian border for the refugees (with the Turks and Jordanians being given task of disarming pro Al Qaeda militias). Yet even such a sensible policy is risky and at best represents a lesser evil. At times like this one almost feel sorry for our leaders for they are impaled on the horns of a cruel devil’s dilemma. With regard to Syria whatever path you take is a road to Hell.

    • billrandles says:

      Richard under normal circumstances I would be all about the US and a coalition if possible, taking out the chemical weapons, and intervening to help the refugees. But I have no confidence in the good will of our leadership,(in either political party), and wouldn’t now whose side they would actually be on.In the Muslim world, no good deed goes unpunished. America has gone broke after a series of about four wars trying to prevent Muslims from slaughtering other Muslims, and all we have for it is a lot of dead soldiers, a ruined economy, and the absolute hatred of the so called “Muslim street”. Furthermore our Commander in Chief is a man who admittedly “Stands with the Muslims”. God is judging us! May he forgive the USA and even in judgment have mercy on us!

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