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Submitted by Judith (United States), Apr 12, 2013 at 12:47

Wow! What a comprehensive expose' on the realities of war within wars! There are no winners here on any side that will practice the protection of human rights after their victory. I cannot stand Assad however, I have to agree that as diabolical of a person I believe he is, his joy was to keep his own people under his control and the joy of the Islamists is to control the world.

The monster Stalin vs. the monster Hitler was a hard choice FDR had to make. To choose the monster of the day to try to destroy the monster of not only today but many tomorrows is a decision right out of a nightmare. Would that they would all destroy themselves and right soon! I agree Assad is a better choice of all the bad choices based on what we have learned so far about the international Islamic movement. From a woman's point of view with "Sadam" and "Assad" being more secular I would rather have to put up with one of them than the "Islamists" who offer no rights to women or children!

Who knew this day would ever come w/ bad vs. bad and who cares what CAIR thinks! (The Cancerous Alternative to International Relations - CAIR) and that's my opinion.

Thank you for the article!


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