By JAVIER MANJARRESMost members of the U.S. Congress, including those from both the liberal and conservative wings of their respective political parties, have taken a position in support of, or against President Obama’s potential war against Syria.
Florida Congressman Patrick Murphy (D) is taking the careful approach on whether or not he will support the President’s call to bomb Syria. Murphy told the Palm Beach Post that his position on U.S. Military action against Syria is “undecided.”
Murphy said he still has questions about whether stockpiles of chemical weapons could fall into the hands of terrorist groups who oppose Assad, how extensive the cooperation of other nations will be in any U.S. action and “what is the end-game” militarily for the U.S.-PB Post
If it comes down to a vote in the House of Representatives, will Murphy follow the lead of his Congressional colleague over at the Senate, Senator Ed Markey(D), who voted “present” in yesterday’s Senate Foreign Relations Committee? (See Source)The bipartisan Foreign Relations Committee in the Senate voted 10-7 in favor of military action against Syria.
Would former Congressman Allen West ever say he is undecided on an issue as important as bombing Syria?
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