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But let's bring in Judy Miller and have folks he's contribute -- on the whole question of chemical weapons Judy.
That we haven't.
The president said.
-- all widespread use of chemical weapons all that movement would be a game -- he said it would be a red light use both phrases.
How -- and -- was left himself some wiggle room in the widespread use.
And we old buying a little too much into that wiggle room should should the Red Line beat UC UC's use or does that have to be we will remove these kind of things.
Well I think because so many in the press since so many in the American public are sympathetic.
To -- president Obama's conclusion which is.
This is a dangerous area and we don't want to get sucked in until we know exactly where we're going and what we're going to do I think the press has kind of given him.
An easier time than it normally would have on this shifting of the line and then keep changing of the coloration of the line from red to pink and how -- think he's added another condition now -- Not only if there is widespread use by the Syrians and we can determine absolutely.
-- it is the government rather than the rebels that have done this.
Now he's added and the international community comes to the same conclusion.
Then we're going to do something I mean clearly.
What -- every signal here is that.
The president does not want to get involved at the same time that he's getting more and more involved in the so I think it's a complicated will -- press is not kind of beating up on and -- -- -- eight days the press.
Once bitten twice shy.
Has -- perhaps the president is it himself.
We was sold.
Ice -- storyline and I in the run up to the Iraq War it proved not to be entirely accurate or not at all accurate according to some.
Other reasons for going in that the president made that veiled reference of the day when he said if I'm going to do anything.
I didn't want the facts and they would -- was -- but it was obvious what he was meeting the last administration didn't do that look -- that let us.
And I think that's got to be concerned and it's a legitimate concern if someone who was doing report ensuring -- -- -- at that time.
I know the extent to which everyone was persuaded.
That absolutely there words WMD in Iraq and it turned out not to be.
The president does not want to get himself in the country into a situation where once again we're saying absolutely positively we know that these weapons were used.
And then find out that perhaps someone else used them or perhaps the weapon we thought being used was not the weapon used.
Dear this is a very muddy area so Aaron is not a persistent gaps.
You have to get samples within a short amount of time I know they're looking at supposedly.
Tissue samples and they are looking at.
The Israelis are persuaded.
On one hand the Israeli military intelligence is persuade as we heard from the representative that in fact that this there was a use and more than once the but even Bibi Netanyahu has not said that publicly which ought to -- -- questions in people's minds about how firm this evidence.
Again that was very interesting when we -- On the day that we had from the -- he's the prime minister Netanyahu had said apparently he did not that was not in a position.
To confirm that finding -- Else should I mean I think that the really crucial factor here is if the American people if the media -- more in favor of action.
You would see that President Obama would have a much harder time interested -- right.
Judge Judy Miller Fox News contributor thank you very much indeed Judy of course is one of those you can see weekends Saturdays.
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