On Syria, Obama team makes world safer

 

President Obama threatens Syria with a missile strike because of its indefensible use of chemical weapons.

Secretary of State John Kerry rhetorically says if Syria hands over its weapons it can avoid this missile attack. Syria actually considers this with the help of Russia’s poor excuse for a dictator Vladimir Putin as the negotiator.

Now the far right believes that this pending relinquishment of said chemical weapons has tarnished Pres. Obama’s and America’s reputation. Seems to me that just the opposite has occurred, and the right wing would rather have these weapons put in even more dangerous hands, than to actually give credit to the Obama administration for stepping up to the plate and making things just a little bit safer for all the world.

William S. Saxon, Miami

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