Obama Can’t Lose on Syria Vote

We saw how Obama handled Benghazi, so why do we think he can handle this crisis correctly?
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I tell you again, you know, Obama with his red line and huffing and puffing all last week, “I’m gonna go in there and I’m gonna do what’s necessary! Human lives are at stake! Human lives are on the line. He’s gassing his own people. We can’t allow that. Oops! I’m gonna take a walk around the White House for 45 minutes, and I’m gonna decide, ‘You know what? It doesn’t matter! I don’t have to do it right now.

“‘I’m gonna wait for the Republicans to give me a congressional use-of-force authorization. Yeah, that’s what I’m gonna do. Even though I don’t need to it, I’m gonna wait for the Republicans to do it so we can appear to be putting forth a united front.'” Do you think he cares about a united front? What he wants is, he can’t lose either way. If the Republicans don’t give him authorization, don’t vote for the use of force, he can then not do anything about Syria and blame the Republicans for being heartless, mean-spirited, willing to let people get nerve gassed.

He can say, “You know what? If the guy killing his own people isn’t Saddam, the Republicans don’t care.” They’ll come out with, “Yeah, if Bashar had attempted to assassinate George H. W. Bush, then they’d do it.” No, no, no. They’ll bring all of that stuff out of the past. Obama can’t wait to blame the Republicans for letting the people of Syria be nerve gassed. Can’t wait. I mean, you talk about a great leader? Way to nullify whatever negatives there are on health care going into the 2014 midterms!



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