Three Possible Causes Of The Syrian Poison Gas Attack

I’m not convinced that the White House has considered all the options yet for who is responsible for the Syria attack. It may have been a spontaneous YouTube protest, workplace violence, or most likely Tea Party members angry about tax day.

Susan Rice, Candy Crowley and Hillary Clinton should be able to sort all this out for us, as they have done so effectively in the past.

One approach the White House could take is to ask “At this point, what difference does it make?” blackmail all the witnesses, and simply call the whole thing off.

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3 Responses to Three Possible Causes Of The Syrian Poison Gas Attack

  1. Bob Greene says:

    I’m assured by Mr. Kerry that there is no doubt and all we will do is a brief, limited, targeted, surgical strike that will not be for the purpose of regime change and will not cause collateral damage and Assad will then see the errors of his ways. What, me worry?

  2. jeremyp99 says:

    What puzzles me is – if a small deranged Japanese cult can make or get hold of Sarin, how come the rebel forces in Syria can’t?

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