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Best Interview Ever - Rep. Alan Grayson: U.S. Has to Stop Focusing on Sending a Message on Syria
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[quote:LADY ENIGMA:MV8yMzQ1NzI0XzQwMDU0MDU1X0MzQ0NBOUFE] Okay, sent this link over to a friend of mine who voted for Obama. I stopped trying to talk to her about politics a few months ago, so I wasn't sure where she stood on Syria. Just heard back from her, and WOW, she is one ticked off lady! She has turned on Obama and said that most of the people she knows feels the same way. (We live in different states.) Anyone else getting the same response? :wakeup: [/quote]
Watched this interview today with Jeffrey Brown/PBS and Alan Grayson who is dead set against military action in Syria. If you have a few minutes, watch the video, it is excellent! He blasts Obama and the whole red line credibility excuse.
"REP. ALAN GRAYSON, D-Fla.: Several reasons.
First, it's not our responsibility. It's not our responsibility to act unilaterally. Secondly, it's not going to do any good. It's not going to change the regime. It's not going to end the civil war. It's not even going prevent a new strike and use of chemical warfare.
Third, it's expensive, and, fourth, it's dangerous. It could easily spin out of control."
link to www.pbs.org
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