YEA. everyone is too busy talking about mileys performance to notice WW3 is around the corner.... I WONT ASK Hill l'_ Tilt SPINELESS. all THE " To rrly' law. Nuke the government, nuke the rebels, rape the fields, pillage the women, salt the ground, pave the entire country, build a giant costco, sell bulk amounts of c
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everyone is too busy talking about mileys ******** performance to notice WW3 is around the corner...

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I WONT ASK Hill l'_ Tilt
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#13 - anonymous (08/31/2013) [+] (14 replies)
Nuke the government, nuke the rebels, rape the fields, pillage the women, salt the ground, pave the entire country, build a giant costco, sell bulk amounts of chicken fingers and toilet paper at competitive prices. Problem Solved.
#79 - allamericandude (08/31/2013) [+] (32 replies)
MFW Obama thinks people give a **** about Syria.
MFW Obama's big mouth said we'd get involved if chemical weapons were used, and now they want to get involved to save face.
MFW they're still considering military action when literally no one supports it.
MFW they say "It won't be like Iraq."
MFW it's just like Iraq.
MFW people think Obama isn't Bush 2.0
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#88 - princessren has deleted their comment [+] (21 replies)
#95 to #88 - articulate ONLINE (08/31/2013) [-]
I replied.
#3 - cyndiquil (08/30/2013) [+] (28 replies)
I don't understand why he hasn't been impeached yet.
#5 to #3 - anonymous (08/31/2013) [-]
i find it odd that nixon left after simply covering up an incident yet this ****** can essentially do what hhe wants.
User avatar #94 - mindlessbastard (08/31/2013) [+] (4 replies)
cant you hear the war drums beating ?
#105 to #94 - dragontamers (08/31/2013) [-]
You can hear them?
#60 - lordhaha (08/31/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Haha people think he gives a **** about people.
User avatar #281 - afterdelete (08/31/2013) [+] (8 replies)
Can someone inform me a bit more about this? I know that it is said that there were chemical weapons used in Syria. What now?
User avatar #293 to #281 - augustusxxiv (08/31/2013) [-]
Now the US is considering a "limited military strike" at Syria in retaliation for a chemical strike conducted by the Syrian Gov't against it's own people, resulting in 1426 deaths. the UN wants to wait and review the evidence they gathered from Syria, Syria denies the attack, and Russia supports them. The UK Parliament opposes military action, but France and Turkey support and attack.

Thing is, The US knows for a fact that the Syrian Gov't committed these attacks because of a phone conversation between the Syrian military and it's government officials, tapped by the CIA, discussing the logistics of the attack.
#111 - sundizzle ONLINE (08/31/2013) [+] (25 replies)
It's funny because as Commander-in-Chief of the military as a part of the Executive Branch (emphasis on execute), he is in full authority over this matter.
Learn your ******* government people. He can do whatever the **** he wants without approval from any of those.
User avatar #286 - vanoreo (08/31/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I love it when people criticize the president when they have no idea what his job is.
User avatar #232 - sinclairr (08/31/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Every ******* liberal in the US acts like he can do no wrong


He can, and has, done **** wrong all the ******* time. Excuse me but he's by no means a good president... I feel like we seriously shouldn't be putting our hands in everywhere there's a problem. We did that when Reagan and Nixon were presidents, back with the soviets, and everyone hated us for it. We tend to forget we're not helping the people, we're helping the people so we help ourselves.... if that makes any sense
#24 - legrandefromage (08/31/2013) [+] (7 replies)
Actually, as Commander in Chief he technically does have permission from the Constitution...
#28 to #26 - legrandefromage (08/31/2013) [-]
Of course he does, but we haven't declared war. Just like we didn't in Vietnam. The president can take military action without the approval of Congress to make sure that necessary action can be taken without extra steps slowing it down. But the President has a 60 day (might be wrong on the length, don't hate me if I am) period where he can act before even needing to talk to Congress about the situation. And even then, if they approve, which they usually do, then the "conflict" continues. That's exactly what happened in Vietnam. Except without the restrictions. The need to even explain the situation to Congress for approval only even happened after Vietnam, and only because it was started on what most historians agree was basically a lie. But that's a whole other story.
#268 - awesomescorpion (08/31/2013) [+] (21 replies)
Allright, I wanted to post my opinion here. Please take a look at my arguments.   
   
For the last time, this is nothing like all the other wars. Venezuela and Iraq were oil. This is beating the bully. This war cannot be paid for by itself. At least a show of force to the Syrian government needs to be done, because those 						*******					 don't listen to diplomats or economics. Somebody gotta get the attack on the Syrian people stopped.   
   
Before you reply, be aware that I am a European libertarian citizen, and I oppose war in almost all instances. But strikes only are not the same as war. War imposes a desire to end the event in control of the opponent. Strikes are a warning shot. That is acceptable. It is a warning to the Syrian government.   
   
However, I agree that Obama should have discussed and coordinated with NATO, or at the very least his own Congress, before declaring the action definite. Although, they're mostly Republican warmongers and Democrat libertarians anyway, so that wouldn't really make a difference, I expect.   
   
TL;DR   
   
This is no war, this is a warning only. And don't tell me Syria doesn't deserve it. Obama should have discussed and coordinated, though.   
   
I am open to suggestions, questions and (counter-)arguments. Just leave the stupid out of your comment, if you can find yourself to do so, please.
Allright, I wanted to post my opinion here. Please take a look at my arguments.

For the last time, this is nothing like all the other wars. Venezuela and Iraq were oil. This is beating the bully. This war cannot be paid for by itself. At least a show of force to the Syrian government needs to be done, because those ******* don't listen to diplomats or economics. Somebody gotta get the attack on the Syrian people stopped.

Before you reply, be aware that I am a European libertarian citizen, and I oppose war in almost all instances. But strikes only are not the same as war. War imposes a desire to end the event in control of the opponent. Strikes are a warning shot. That is acceptable. It is a warning to the Syrian government.

However, I agree that Obama should have discussed and coordinated with NATO, or at the very least his own Congress, before declaring the action definite. Although, they're mostly Republican warmongers and Democrat libertarians anyway, so that wouldn't really make a difference, I expect.

TL;DR

This is no war, this is a warning only. And don't tell me Syria doesn't deserve it. Obama should have discussed and coordinated, though.

I am open to suggestions, questions and (counter-)arguments. Just leave the stupid out of your comment, if you can find yourself to do so, please.
User avatar #11 - hhanako (08/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
funny, people elected him because a republican did the same **** .
User avatar #481 - onemoreaddictingam (08/31/2013) [+] (12 replies)
Every time a new war is about to start everyone freaks out saying it's WW3. Not every ******* war is going to be WW3. I remember how people after 9/11 were saying "Oh god, it's going to be World War 3 now." Really, shut the **** up OP. Maybe it will just be a ******* war. How do you know that other countries will get involved like they did in WW1 and WW2, and who it's going to be between then huh. **** face
#369 - anonymous (08/31/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I like how many people here know how the Presidency and Congress and The Constitution work, ******* genius in politics here, alright.
#366 - Mahazama (08/31/2013) [-]
Why do we suddenly care? Because chemical weapons are indiscriminate by nature and people suffer much more agonizing deaths by chemical weapons than by conventional means.
Pic related; C4H10FO2P
AKA Sarin nerve gas.
User avatar #333 - brothaman (08/31/2013) [+] (2 replies)
he could launch a military strike for 60 days,(i think) without a vote from congress. Its within his presidential power.......
#220 - theundone (08/31/2013) [+] (2 replies)
And us Brits are just gunna sit back and drink our tea.
User avatar #267 to #220 - thewaronbeingcool (08/31/2013) [-]
They'll look up and shout "Save us!" ...and we'll look down and whisper "Not a fookin chance m8, swear on me mum!"
User avatar #19 - lordscooby (08/31/2013) [+] (11 replies)
call me stupid for believing in conspiracies and **** , but its all part of the illuminati plan.
albeit i don'tknow exactly what it is, but there is indeed some shadowy **** going on, and all the middle and lower classes are going to be suffering.
User avatar #21 to #19 - smithforprez (08/31/2013) [-]
just basic corruption and stupidity, no illerminaty.
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