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Talking this morning we are hearing from Senator John McCain McCain discussing the growing crisis in Syria the reports they're pretty frightening Syria's president Bashar Al Assad.
Preparing to unleash deadly Sarin gas on his own people secretary of state Hillary Clinton issuing this statement yesterday quote events on the ground in Syria are accelerating.
And we see that in many different ways the pressure against the regime in and around Damascus -- seems to be increasing.
So what happens if -- -- does go forth with this chemical warfare Senator McCain discussing the role of the United States.
I think we would be directly responsible.
All of those who argued against intervention warned us that if we intervene these terrible things would happen well.
We didn't intervene and all these terrible things -- the consequences have been huge this was set by.
And watch these 40000 people -- occurred.
If it was very clear.
There's more al-Qaeda and me jihadist -- Syria there and by the -- pretty good fighters.
Some of the arms because we didn't supply -- that's come from Saudi Arabian cutters have gone directly to that you -- jihadist.
Not the people we want.
Because we didn't establish a safe -- for them to organize and back and beat him we we basically have a bad guys see.
They have been disjointed and -- unable to coordinate together this is a serious crisis and we have to be prepared.
I -- so I should be prepared.
To put American troops not to fight not to be on the run and fight but perhaps American troops to secure.
These weapons storage areas and that we know where where they are.
I mean no one wants American boots on the ground anywhere in the Middle East anymore.
But this is a matter -- securing weapons of mass destruction which we know are there and we know where a lot of more.
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