Obama, Turkish PM demand Syria's Assad step down

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    MarkG

    Was thinking the same. Bet the're scared now!

  • -13

    Bluescript

    Assad probably has more support from the Syrian people than Obama gets from the Americans!

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    Kent Mcgraw

    Another country Obama wants to give to the Muslim Brotherhood. America needs to stop getting involved with every ones business and straighten up their own mess.

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    Virtuoso

    Assad probably has more support from the Syrian people than Obama gets from the Americans!

    Nice try@Bluescript but hyperbole as a form of humor doesn't work too well in here.

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    badsey3

    Obama and many others should step down. I have no idea why people are supporting these wars and overthrows (Libya, Egypt, Afghanistan/Pakistan drone killings etc). In the meantime the financial chaos goes on and there is no responsibility.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5XidBPobCo (Eric Holder (attorney general) == "I don't know")

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    SuperLib

    Don't get involved. If they all die, they all die. At least we won't be responsible for any of it.

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    Bluescript

    Superlib, they are dying because the US and her friends ARE involved.

    Virtuoso, its not humor. Assad does have the support of about half the country.

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    badsey3

    Virtuoso, its not humor. Assad does have the support of about half the country.

    I would say Assad has 95-99% support of the populace in Syria now. == Pretty much a unified country.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9IRn5b0aik (Syrian Rebel eating the heart of the opposition)

    Even the most hardened of Libs (Like SuperLib) should have difficulty supporting these Rebels (paid assassins). I hope this does not turn into a walled-in Bosnia type of situation (walled-in civil war) and hopefully the people of Syria can fight off these criminals and Israeli air attacks.

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