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Why limit options?

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Sep 11, 2013 at 15:26

As long as the second best option is chosen, for I have no illusions about the rebels being better than Assad, when it comes to letting Christians be Christians - why should we saddle ourselves the aftermath that excludes the best option?

The Muslim Brotherhood's credibility is negative, and new depths are being established.

Plus, Assad is no prize, because there is no way those who want him gone from power, will reconcile with him.

So, on this anniversary of 9/11, it is time to stop ruling out options that cause some to be upset.

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