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originally posted by: MOMof3
Obama did not vote to invade another continent. And the next president, and the next, and the next, and the next, will still be paying the consequences of our invasion. It is not WW3, it is the Bush One World Government coming to fruition. They have found a common enemy.
originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
Obama's policies are not his own, he's only following orders from those who back him financially. Obama is a scapegoat, an easy target for people to point out but he's only a decoy. If Romney would have won the election, it wouldn't have been any different today than it is with Obama.
I'm just kind of sick of seeing people fall for the bull# over and over again. Putting all blame on the shoulders of one man is not only unfair, it is ignorant too. I dislike Obama just as much as the next guy, but we need to start realizing the game is rigged by those who give the president his orders.
originally posted by: CB328
So Reagan started Al Qaeda and Bush destabilized the whole middle east but it's all Obama's fault? I don't think so.
1) Russia stayed out of the war until late 2015, but It all started in 2011. Furthermore Russia only stepped in after Assad put the call out for help. Therefore I find it hard to accept that this is a Russian proxy war.
An ally of Syria since 1956, Russia has supported the Syrian government since the Syrian Civil War began in 2011, with military aid in the form of weaponry, training, and military advisors.
In October 2011 and again February 2012, Russia blocked Western-backed resolutions in the United Nations Security Council because those resolutions left the possibility of sanctions, or even military intervention, against the Syrian Assad government open.