Syria's Assad Used Chemical Weapons Against Rebels, U.S. Officials Conclude
But what's the evidence? We're supposed to just take this at face value? So far, the Administration has released nothing to support this new claim.Originally Posted by HuffPo
My thoughts exactly. They concluded that the person they are against did the bad things and we should just believe them. Never mind the suspicion that the Rebels have been using them.
Witness the North American Dumbass in his natural habitat.
Media pundits are already debating over whether or not the administration should deliver lethal or non-lethal aid.
HEY, WHAT ABOUT THAT EVIDENCE?! AREN'T WE GETTING AHEAD OF OURSELVES? Jesus.
"The choice is between lethal aid, such as guns, and non-lethal aid, such as tanks."
Uhh, what? Tanks are non-lethal now? I swear to God, I just heard that shit on MSNBC.
Wow. I can't even wrap my head around that properly to make fun of it.
At least the public that was polled has some sense. 40% wanting humanitarian aid and 20% wanting us to do nothing gives me hope in my countrymen.
Glad I made the right choice in not voting for McCain even though I didn't like Obama. Dude is horrible.
And there's always this:
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I think the problem is some of the less honourable rebels in Syria could use the humanitarian supplies to sell to the public at extortionate prices. I've heard the leaders/ high ranking members of rebel groups are some pretty nasty people.
GCHQ intercepted foreign politicians' communications at G20 summits
However, GCHQ denies categorically any involvement with the camera in the downstairs loo.Originally Posted by The Guardian
Cheney has called Snowden a traitor.
Snowden's American heroness has now officially been confirmed.
Also weighing in on this important and timely issue is the Incredible Hulk ~
Germany was the world's largest industrial powerhouse for much of the late 19th century and early 20th century. Germany was only able to revive its economy through militarization because it already had in place an infrastructure that could carry out such a project on a massive scale. North Korea, on the other hand, can barely grow dirt. There are similarities in the comparison, but there are also gigantic differences.Originally Posted by Washington Post
A more apt model to follow would be Russia or China, neither of which are very encouraging for the average North Korean.