Or maybe he won’t attack Syria at all. Who know what President Obama is going to do on Syria. It doesn’t even sound like he knows.
The NBC host asked, “Would you act without Congress? The answer could be yes, no, or I haven’t decided.”
“I think it’s fair to say that I haven’t decided. I am taking this vote in Congress and what the American people are saying very seriously. Because if you ask somebody, you know, I read polls like everybody else. And if you ask somebody, if you ask Michelle do we want to be involved in another war, the answer is no.” (Read More)
He also said he understands that the American people aren’t with him on this. Hey, we weren’t with him on Obamacare, either, but he went ahead with that. Then again, Michelle was all for that. Maybe she can stop him from getting in the middle of a civil war, and possibly igniting a larger conflict.
As a Chinese warship joins Russian ships in the Mediterranean, we should remember a cruise missile attack on an Israeli warship. President Obama should understand that Syria and Hezbollah have missiles, too.
As the Obama administration continues to deploy its comical weapons, with Secretary of State John Kerry promising America any attack on Syria will be “unbelievably small,” a Chinese warship deploys off the Syrian coast, joining its Russian counterparts in what used to be an “American lake,” the Mediterranean Sea.
The People’s Liberation Army has dispatched the amphibious dock landing ship Jinggangshan, a move that follows the announcement that Russia is sending three more ships — two destroyers and the missile cruiser Moskva — to the eastern Mediterranean to bolster forces that already include three other warships dispatched over the last two weeks.
All are a pointed reminder that we are not the only player that has pieces on the board.