posted on Aug, 26 2013 @ 11:07 AM
reply to post by Swills
I keep trying to understand the thought process of the decision makers in the Obama administration, including Obama himself, pertaining to whether or
not to take action.
As per the facts made public, you would think you had woke up in crazy town. How can you even think to flaunt international law and disregard the UN
security council based on the extremely limited, unsubstantiated and downright fishy information that is available!!!
Its absolutely absurd!
You should want hard facts before implementing any action plan. But to suggest you would circumvent one of the highest official bodies on this planet,
based on anecdotal and probably biased information is a flagrant display of disregard to the entire global population and the rules we have all agreed
to abide by.
I will concede there could be information we are unaware of, but in a situation that is already endured years of violence and tens of thousands dead,
how can you even risk acting without determining and presenting the facts.
I am all for action against the party responsible for the use of these weapons if they were indeed used. It just seems like common sense, if you're
unsure if you want to wear a rain coat, why not verify that it is actually raining. Logic.
edit on 26-8-2013 by MDDoxs because: (no reason given)