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Article posted: 9/16/2013 5:00 AM

Support president for doing what's right

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George Bush, Jr. led us into Iraq because Saddam Hussein wanted to kill his father. President Barak Obama wants war on Syria for gassing its own people, after it murdering over 100,000 Syrians with bullets. Apparently, the method is the message. A New York Times photo of rebel forces killing government soldiers is horrific enough as CNN continues to image this "chilling" event.

But CNN and Fox cameras weren't at Omaha Beach to film the thousands of 1st and 29th Army soldiers murdered in the first hour of the Normandy invasion. The American public will never see the carnage that occurred then. Nor was the media embedded with the Germany Army on its way to Russia masking killing squads whose sole purpose was to murder every Jew in its path.


Unlike our Kennedy/Ford/Lindbergh-led isolationism of the 1940s, at least now America is responding to international atrocities. Hand-wringing sentimentalist liberal pacficists need to support their elected president in his departure from that platform which put him in the White House, if for no other reason than he is finally acting from moral conviction as the leader of the free world.

Paul O. Bischoff


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