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Among the international community, there is near unanimous support for a proposal to seize and destroy the al-Assad regime's stockpile of chemical weapons. But skeptics say that even if all parties can come to an agreement, the task itself is impossible. CNN's Tom Foreman and Gen. James "Spider" Marks take a look at what it would take to secure Syria's chemical weapons.
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On the one hand I really want to bomb Syria
On the other hand I think it's a trap to bring World War III
The Russians are waiting to kill Americans.
Obama is smart – think before shooting.
Thanks to God that gave us Obama.
This shows Americas strength, that after just the threat of strikes, a powerful country like Russia respected us and our President enough to bend backwards to jump on a possible solution. It doesn't matter what you think of Putin, if he can muster up sum goodness and come up with sum good statements and a possible solution, we have to always try diplomacy when possible before we put our troops in harms way. That was a great line by Putin, that we are all Gods children which is true but nothing is wrong with a healthy amount of belief in oneself and country.
Would it not be useful to us the American public if somewhere in your coverage you would tell us what chemical weapons are held by other countries ( including the U.S.) and how their safety is ensured.?