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Fmr. UN ambassador weighs in on Syria showdown

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – As the showdown with Syria intensifies, a local expert explained exactly what we can expect if the U.S. takes military action.

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marypeery378 - 9/11/2013 12:46 PM
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just as Angela implied I am alarmed that some people can get paid $9918 in 1 month on the internet. Look At This ...... w­w­w.D­A­Y­3­5.C­o­m

Realchange - 9/4/2013 9:33 PM
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PS I served in that region during Desert Storm. I am sick from my service in the US government. The government refuses to service connect me. I know what we are asking of sailors that deploy there all to well. Assad is monster any man of conscience that says he should remain in power must love when men enter schools loaded for war and kill small children. Assad is no different from those kind of men.

Realchange - 9/4/2013 9:31 PM
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How many children have to die gassed to death or murdered by mercenaries sent out by Assad before you can't stand it? 1 not enough? Maybe 3? Still not enough you say? 500 No? 10 million? Assad is worse monster than other dictators you all cheered to die. He is the type man that would kill 50,000 children to stay in power. For that reason alone we should destroy his airfields, his military bases, his tanks, any heavy artillery we can find and more. Obama should man up and admit that we will target Assad as well in strikes in an official attack on Syria. Yes during war children die and suffer. It's called collateral damage. When you intentionally kill them to silence their parents it's called war crimes against humanity.

c9bcrewman - 9/4/2013 5:48 PM
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another mess our leader's got us in. keep out of it.
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