According to South Florida’s WIOD radio news station, former U.S. Senator George LeMieux has gone on record of saying that, if Obama does not get the votes in Congress needed to receive congressional approval to attack Syria, that impeachment talks will probably begin.
LeMieux, who supports military action against Syria, penned an op-ed in the Sun Sentinel newspaper, where he says that the “justification for U.S. action is undeniable.”
Since 1925, the civilized world has banned the use of chemical weapons based upon their horrific use in World War I. If we as a nation do not respond now, we can be assured they will be used again.
Moreover, the U.S. will lose all credibility in our efforts to keep Iran from attaining a nuclear weapon or from keeping North Korea from provoking or even attacking our ally South Korea. America’s credibility as the world’s only superpower is on the line, and we must realize that failing to act could have more profound impacts than a limited military action in Syria.-George LeMieux
The U.S. has already lost this credibility the moment President Obama was elected in 2008.
Secretary of State John Kerry projected further weakness, as he has told the world that a strike on Syria would be “small” and measured, giving the Assad regime another week to consider giving up its chemical weapons cache, or face military action.
Kerry’s sudden change of mind of attacking Syria to negotiating its chemical weapons stockpiles, comes off reports that President Obama will not have the votes in Congress to support his plan to attack Assad’s government.
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