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Obama is a chicken

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Submitted by NuritG (United States), Sep 10, 2013 at 02:05

Obama is the most cowardly president the United States has ever had.

I hardly believe there will be a war between the USA and Syria, not a limited one, not a little one, or a full blast one. Neither Russia, Syria or the USA want a war at this time.

If Obama continues having a serious and threatening face he may achieve that Assad "gives up" his chemical weapons, or steps down and be replaced, or gets a refuge in the West or anything else he can extract to "appease" the angry USA. Obama wants to get out of his tangle and becomes a "winner" in the eyes of his party and many American people, leaving the world in a lesser moral compass position than it is in already and more dangerous.

If Assad goes, Syria falls and Iran loses its main proxy. Syria falls into the hands of al-Qaeda and the Moslem Brotherhood and still remains dangerous to the USA, Israel but less to worry about because Iran needs Assad. At this junction we need to ask the question, whom do we fear more, Iran or al-Qaeda? I fear Iran and Iran needs to be the target NOW, not a day later! Destroy Iran's nuclear facilities NOW!

The winner in all of this will be Iran, fast advancing to have a nuclear weapons. After Obama's display of extreme cowardice NO ONE in the world will fear the United States, especially not Iran and its allies, Russia and China!

If Assad remains it will strengthen Russia and the UN to do NOTING in any such WMD scenario!

Without a strong United States, the world of our children will descend into a very dark void, because after America there is no one else waiting in line to assume leadership, except these forces of evil and chaos.

Obama is unfit to be in the Oval Office


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