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posted: 9/11/2013 4:38 PM

Syria non-strategy another failure

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It is nice to see President Obama so outraged about the events in Syria after two years. It's a shame he doesn't feel the same outrage about the four brave Americans who were murdered in Benghazi.

In Syria he has no strategy. He wants a "shot across the bow". So Assad stays in power. This will likely make the situation much worse. What will he do then?

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In Benghazi, he and Mrs. Clinton promised we would bring those responsible to justice. It's now a year later and we've done nothing. CNN was able to interview a person of interest who said he'd be happy to speak with our government. We've never interviewed him.

Apparently, it is no longer important except for the families of the dead Americans and doesn't help this massive cover-up. File this under Mr. Obama's "phony scandals," i.e., Fast and Furious, the IRS, listening to journalist calls, the NSA eavesdropping and providing subsidies to Congress staffers for Obamacare but not the general public.

Hank D'Ambrosio

Buffalo Grove

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