Bernie Sanders And “The Resistance” Slink Away On Syria
Michael Tracey

If we can’t agree upon the utter condemnation and a response of force in the use of chcmical weapons, our priorities are not appropriate. Obama was rightly criticized for his “line in the sand” and then ignoring it. About 100 years ago, governments drew the line in the sand. Do we now choose to ignore that one too? If so, what’s left? What CAN’T be done to a country’s populace? Seems we’d be giving the go ahead.

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