What Will The Congress Do? 4

It will be interesting to see how the US Congress will vote on Obama’s recent Syrian bombing proposal. As we know, Obama, after muddling around with the Syrian question for three years, has decided that now is the time to do something. Well, except he wants the Congress to cover his rear.

Barack Obama never makes a decision alone. He always has somebody available to take the fall.

It is my estimation that the Congress will vote to let Obama bomb Syria, not because it is the right thing to do, but because our misbegotten President has another week to twist arms. Who knows how much dirt the CIA, FBI, and NSA can dig up on a Congressman in that length of time? Obama will do anything to get the Congress to vote for his initiative.

There was a time when we could have decided to aid the Free Syrian Army. But, with Obama’s muddling, that time has passed. Al Queda militias have ascended into the lead. Bombing the Syrian army assets will primarily aid Al Queda. Who in their right mind would aid Al Queda? Would Barack Obama do that?

Plus, there are legitimate questions about who is lobbing sarin gas, and killing hundreds of innocent non-combatants. In spite of what Secretary Kerry has said, there is anecdotal evidence that Al Queda has used sarin gas in the war, according to the Russians.

Turkey reveals that they raided a terrorist cell in their country, and confiscated a 2 kg container of sarin gas that was intended to kill innocent Turks. Therefore, we know that extreme Islamic terrorists have access to sarin.

If we take all the stories as evidence, then we don’t have a clue who is the angel, and who is the devil in this fight. Have we heard about this doubt from the White House?

We need much more information before we should start killing people in Syria. It is pretty plain that the Administration has data they are not sharing with the public, and we need to know exactly what is going on.

As we put up with a muddling Presidency, we also have an uninformed Congress. In my opinion the Congress should recommend AGAINST the bombing, and let the President make whatever decision he must that is in the interest of the United States of America.

So far, all we have from Obama is the inability to identify those interests, and his embarrassing talent to back terrorist groups like the Egyptian Brotherhood and Al Queda.

4 comments

  1. Thanks for the comment, Ed. That’s good advice.

    As a note of commenting on this site, I have moderation set for first time commenters. Once you have one comment approved, you are good to go at any time. I believe in trusting people, and use this method of moderation to combat any profane people that happen to drop by.

  2. Agree with Ed. This may be the one time where it’s better to sit this one out and let both sides kill each other. The problem, of course, is that “red line” box that Obama put himself and what’s left of America’s prestige and influence in.

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