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Syrian casualties are unacceptable

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Submitted by stranchan (Ukraine), Jun 12, 2012 at 04:24

Your analysis is on the mark and makes sense as a policy. However the role of the US in the world has always been to police other countries who commit abuses on their people. This situation is no different and some sort of non-political intervention should be implemented to help save the lives of these poor people. We should not stand by while they are under such brutal attack.

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For my reply, see "Further Thoughts on Not Intervening in Syria."

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