Dade wrote:Well...we're not dropping bombs in Iraq anymore and it's kind of quiet in Afghanistan as well so they have to find someplace to attack. After all, bomb makers have to eat too, right?
I read an interesting article about this yesterday. The author's theory was that military contractors are about to lay off thousands of workers. This would cause bad jobs numbers heading into the 2014 mid-term elections and the Obamites can't have that so they are choosing to attack Syria in order to prevent layoffs. It's fucked up but it kind of makes sense.
But isn't this a conspiracy theory? Those don't really exist do they? Lol
I guess it could be seen as a conspiracy theory.
I just smell rotten fish in the whole rationale for this action. It stinks of bullshit so I look for other reasons.
If there is an international outrage about the supposed use of chemical weapons, why are we not seeing an international response? Why is the UN not jumping up and down?
If we admit that we can't get Assad out with these attacks, what's the point of them?
Does anyone find it odd that UN workers were fired upon by snipers on the day we were to announce that we were getting involved but nobody was hit?
I don't know. What I do know is that a lot of people would have a much different opinion of this if Bush were the one saying we had to bomb Syria.