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    Posted July 9, 2012 by
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    McCain is Wrong about Obama

    John McCain recent attacked the President on his lack of leadership in Syria. Those people don’t like Americans, we are known as the infidels why should Americans spend one cent of tax payers money, defending the Syrian people. I say it is time for arab countries to step-up and defend the syrian people. Why is it the responsibility of America to intervene in every dispute around the world. Foreign interventions has made us broke: we are now cutting back on school teachers, fire fighters and police officers just to name a few, just to cut spending and balance our budgets.

    Why doesn't Saudi Arabia spend some of their blood and treasure to help the Syrian people. How about Germany, maybe Australia or perhaps Canada; why don’t they spend some of their tax dollars to help the Syrian people? Syria is not the 51st state Mr McCain. Who are the rebels anyway? are they friendly to the US? Do they believe in democracy, or women rights, or Israel’s right to exist? Is Syria of any strategic importance to the United States? These are some of the questions that must be answered before any intervention in their internal conflict. And who is to say that the Obama administration is not taking action quietly behind the scenes.

    I am glad that you did not win the last general elections Mr McCain, there would be no end to America’s involvement around the world. The President is right to pursue a diplomatic solution to save taxpayers dollars and American Blood.

    Thats Obamican’s point of view.

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