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Should the U.S. use military force against the Syrian government?

  • It depends but yes

    The only reason we should go to war is if we are attacked or U.S. citizens are killed in this case yes U.S. citizens like the journalist have been killed. Even 10 U.S. Navy soldiers have been captured France and Russia have been attacked its time we step in. The U.N. and NATO have moved in along with France Britain and Russia we should help.

  • No. Fight the real terrorists.

    If you can just get a proper and more complete picture of how the world works, you'd see that's like punching someone in the face because some other guy banged your wife.
    Take out the reasons for these wars. The banking cartels that have their hands up the rear ends of the White House, Pentagon, the Senate, and the equivalents in other countries. They pit everyone against each other for war debt profit. There's only one winner in any war. And that's the guy financing both sides, swinging the victory over to the side that gives them more power. Iran only got toppled because of vested financial interests. WMDs were just a lie to get everyone on board. And 9/11... Well, you know that whole song and dance. You'd have to be a moron to believe the official story. But then, Clinton isn't in prison somehow, so maybe everyone is braindead.

  • U.S. Needs to Get Out and Stay Out of the Middle East

    Of course not. The United States and the people who run it should by no means consider using military force against the Syrian government. I support the Syrian people's desire for freedom, but this is not the American military's battle to fight. We have done enough and need to atone. We definitely shouldn't use troops. I think this is something that would be handled at the U.N. or NATO level.

  • We don't need to get in another war.

    We need to stop this. It isn't going well. It isn't going to go well. We don't want to get involved in yet another war and have to deal with the consequences for years to come. It is possible that a situation might arise that would make it necessary, but for now, no.

  • Not at all

    The U.S. gets too involved in foreign affairs. We have plenty of domestic problems that need to be taken care of first. Only when the global action interferes with the U.S. should military force be used. World War II is a great example. The U.S. was minding its own business when some crazy japs came around. We showed them out and benefited in the long-run. Its not a matter of starting a new war. Anyway, all that region has is oil. The U.S. has plenty domestic oil that should be drilled. So, by letting the Middle East and Africa play their games, no harm would be done. But, at the moment not much oil is being drilled in the U.S. so a problem is arising. The U.S. could be energy independent. Its turning liberal government just doesn't want that.

  • We don't need to get in another war.

    We need to stop this. It isn't going well. It isn't going to go well. We don't want to get involved in yet another war and have to deal with the consequences for years to come. It is possible that a situation might arise that would make it necessary, but for now, no.


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