Arming Syrian Rebels, mistake after mistake

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(Reuters) – President Barack Obama can go ahead with a plan for the United States to arm the struggling Syrian rebels after some congressional concerns were eased, a key Republican lawmaker said on Monday.

The White House announced in June that it would offer military aid to vetted groups of Syrian rebels after two years of balking at directly sending arms to the opposition.

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I’m real curious to see how we vet a rebel group.  “Hey guy’s you won’t turn those weapons on us later will you?”.  “ Oh no!, don’t worry we’re your friends”.  “Hey good to go then.”  The rubber stamp firmly pressed.

Freaking insane.  This will not end well for the US and it will cost us.  It will cost us in money and most likely lives.  Looks like John McCain and the President greased the right skids. 

As far as I can tell this is not a popular move but then do Americans really pay attention to anything?  Well maybe their EBT card balance.

Just ignore the news coming from the front lines in Syria. 

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3 Responses to “Arming Syrian Rebels, mistake after mistake”

  1. Exclusive: U.S. congressional hurdles lifted on arming Syrian rebels | Reuters | Michael Volkmanns Blog Says:

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  2. chilihntr Says:

    There are so few scenarios that we should be sending American servicemen to. I wonder if Sasha and Malia were of age, in uniform what the consideration would be? Every decision to send troops should be sent with that kind of thought in mind. Is it worth the life of your son/daughter.

  3. ymarsakar Says:

    Mistake… he he

    Right.

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