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6p ET special report: Crisis in Syria
August 29th, 2013
04:07 PM ET

6p ET special report: Crisis in Syria

Debate stirs in the West about intervention in Syria. As the U.K.'s Parliament prepares to vote, members of Congress call for a public debate here in the U.S. Wolf Blitzer and our team of correspondents and analysts around the world bring you the best coverage of the ongoing crisis in Syria. Join us at 6p ET for in-depth analysis and on-the-ground reporting and let us know your thoughts: Should the U.S. strike in Syria?


Filed under: Chemical weapons • Military • Syria
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  1. Jim Thomas

    No,let them fight and kill each other then they won't come over here and kill us the way they did in 911.If england say no like they did,obummer should not try to be a stupid hero and sacrifice more of our G.I.'s for nothing.If obummer wants to be a hero let him and his clowns go over there.I mean that completely.GOD BLESS AMERICA.Jim Thomas Phx.Az.

    August 29, 2013 at 8:42 pm |
  2. Mycroft Lake Travis Texas

    No the USA should not strike,send aid, supplies or arms. If the USA really want the fighting to stop,they must just let it go on until they (the fighters) can no longer get food. Eventually the fighters will tire and either die of starvation or start trying to find food. I can't understand how these fighters can get food without USA aid. We need to stop sending aid and let the fighters face a common enemy(starvation) once they are dying from starvation they'll start to forget what they are fighting for or realize how stupid they've been all along. The fighters are the USA's enemies, Al Qaeda and Hezbollah, we should applaud them taking each other out(Good Times !). And before we start preaching to the world what a humanitarian country the USA, we might ought to just look back to the Bush/Cheney regime and how they murdered,maimed and tortured over a million innocent Iraqis that had nothing what so ever to do with 911. We could even got as far back as the USA giving small pox infected blankets to the Indians in this country. We voted for Obama to change business as usual for our all to eager war machine. Eager to spend our money on weapons and anything else they can milk taxpayers for, they'll even go as far as creating enemies when we are running out of them or even stage an attack on American Soil, that never really gets investigated and the truth is left in the dark except for the few bright people that can put two and two together. I hate murder and blood shed too, but when our enemies our fighting on another, my advise is observe and don't try pushing that holier than thou BS.

    August 29, 2013 at 4:42 pm |

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