“Yes, of course Obama can; but does he want to be remembered as another G. Bush? Is there really any "national security" problem for the U.S. if we don't bomb Syria? That is the question.”
mcybersmith on Sep 7, 2013 at 01:12:29
“The Planned Destruction of Christians in Syria
In Egypt, right in front of our eyes, Obama facilitated a Muslim Brotherhood takeover, which has been stopped dead in its tracks by a true people’s revolution that has brought the military to power.
The Muslim Brotherhood has responded by attacking Christians and their churches.
Incredibly, it seems as if the crisis in Egypt will be repeated, except in the case of Syria the explicit purpose of Obama’s military intervention,as it seems to be developing under the guidance of McCain and Graham, is the destruction of the regime that has been standing in the way of the complete obliteration of the Christians...
“Bush had the support of Congress. Thus far, Obama does not.”
usapatriot2012 on Sep 7, 2013 at 00:57:04
“yes, there is. Iran will see the US as weak and will continue to supply Hezbollah with tons of weapons to use in the Syria Civil War and to stockpile for a future attack against Israel. If we let Assad get away with gassing thousands of innocent civilians, the US will be seen as a joke. We either do this now or we will have to go back sometime in the future for a much wider war and with boots on the ground. We can't just ignore the problem. ANYONE who gasses civilians should know they will get punished.”
David R Priest on Sep 7, 2013 at 00:55:20
“I opposed the Iraq War. It was a mistake. But Bush did get congressional approval before a bomb dropped. Obama is much worse than Bush.”
“Does he really have to "come out as a gay man"? But not all gay men are that weird. Try the CEO of Apple - Tim Cook who does not stand on a soap box to tell the world, yet he does not hide his male-partner either. And certainly he acts "quite normal" as compared with the rest of the world's majority.”
Delightful Girl on Sep 6, 2013 at 13:04:07
“No, of course no one has to "come out." That is a very personal choice. Richard Simmons is a celebrity and an entertainer to a large degree. He's not going to have the same standard of conduct as the CEO of a billion dollar company.”
“He doesn't have a sex tape. That's what HE accomplish. And you?”
Moongoddess3 on Sep 5, 2013 at 15:08:29
“I know he's weird, but his brand of weird works for some. He has motivated people to get in shape and has held legitimate jobs. All I'm saying is that he has contributed some good. The K-clan has done nothing but prostitute themselves.”
“Do whatever you wish in private; but in public, in front of a camera? That was TOTALLY unexceptable behavior.”
komivesdd on Sep 5, 2013 at 18:38:13
“ABSOLUTELY! Keep your private life private, I really don't care to know. But when you are on someone's show, as an invited guest, you mind your manners and respect that audience and the show host as well as any guests on the program if you have at least two functioning brain cells..”
“The left, the right and the American public - ALL oppose the action and yet, we're going to DO IT?
Why not let the U.N. to decide and to take action, if any. After all, this is an internal (within the country of Syria) affair. If "international law" is violated, let the international body deal with it.”
“There are certain rules that a country cannot have another at least after so many years. Last one, the US in 1980s, Los Angeles? Hey, how about China; do they want to burn some money on this one more time?”
keith w oliver on Sep 5, 2013 at 02:40:34
the nth on Sep 5, 2013 at 02:07:21
“No, Atlanta hosted since LA.”
admrob on Sep 5, 2013 at 01:53:38
“Barcelona was 1992, Atlanta was 1996, your post makes no sense.”