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  •  Well, except, Obama and Putin discussed it: (13+ / 0-)

    (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin and U.S. President Barack Obama discussed the idea of placing Syria's chemical weapons arsenal under international control on the sidelines of a G20 summit last week, Putin's spokesman said on Tuesday.
    "The issue was discussed," spokesman Dmitry Peskov said by telephone. He would not say who raised the issue or give other details.

    http://www.reuters.com/...

    How desperate it must be to want to believe that Obama is a failure as a measure of faith....

    I understand.... By the way, do you know he was elected twice as President? I know...that's just the Washington bubble claiming that....

    •  They discussed it (3+ / 0-)
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      limpidglass, Australian2, Mr Robert

      And Obama did nothing.

      And Kerry made a shithead remark only when prompted.

      Meanwhile CIA, MI6, French, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Prince Bandar (remember Prince Bandar supplying arms with Eliot Abrams because Congress wouldn't let us, so Reagan bypassed Congress and used Prince Bandar?) have been supplying arms and training to the opposition.

      When faced with blatant war crimes by Al Qaeda, like the recent village near Hamah that was massacred, (link), you would think our exceptional nation, that deplores human rights abuses, and has even faced the mindless killings of Al Qaeda, would care.

      No. Nothing. Not a word.

      France?

      Quiet.

      England?

      Quiet.

      For two years these things have gone on and our media has been quiet. Our government that knows damn well that Al Qaeda has been conducting car bombings, mass killings, and shellings into civilian neighborhoods.

      We have done NOTHING to tone down the rhetoric. We want the Sunni extremists to win.

      To pretend otherwise in an out and out lie.

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