Despite the fact that people have been signing Petitions left and right, calling their Representatives all day long and days prior, sending e-mails, doing everything possible to avert an intervention in Syria, and despite the fact that the percentages against any intervention, ranging between 83% against and 17% for and, some at 74% against and 24% for, I fear it’s probably a done deal. And, once again, the American peoples’ responses have been/are being ignored . . . . .!
As you know, TMC has informed you that Senate Committee passed an authorization to strike Syria.
Here is an article you may want to keep (contains a graph showing how members have voted so far — we need to remember these people). Will Congress Support Military Action In Syria?
A ThinkProgress Whip Count [UPDATED]
By Igor Volsky, Judd Legum and Rebecca Leber on September 2, 2013 at 7:07 pm
As you will note within the article, Think Progress is keeping an Excel accounting of each Congressperson and his or her vote.
But, next, you will understand my REAL reasons for believing it’s a done deal! It’s all about what we don’t know and, essentially, the only way you can learn or find out about what’s REALLY GOING ON is to go outside the country for information.
While the first article I’m showing is alarming, to say the least, it is probably not that surprising to so many of us.
First Syria rebels armed and trained by CIA ‘on way to battlefield’
follow The first cell of Syrian rebels trained and armed by the CIA is making its way to the battlefield, President Barack Obama has reportedly told senators.
by: Raf Sanchez in Washington
3:15PM BST 03 Sep 2013
During a meeting at the White House, the president assured Senator John McCain that after months of delay the US was meeting its commitment to back moderate elements of the opposition.
Mr Obama said that a 50-man cell, believed to have been trained by US special forces in Jordan, was making its way across the border into Syria, according to the New York Times.
The deployment of the rebel unit seems to be the first tangible measure of support since Mr Obama announced in June that the US would begin providing the opposition with small arms. . . . …
Strange, I’ve read a number of articles saying that there was absolutely no proof that Assad was gassing his own people and most speculated it was the “rebels” that were doing the gassing. But, as you know, we are not supposed to know who’s doing what to who . . . . only to blindly accept whatever is being “force-fed” us to believe!
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