On August 21
st, Syrian President Bashar Hafez al-Assad’s regime allegedly launched a chemical weapon attack in the suburbs of Damascus, resulting in the deaths of nearly 1,500 civilians according to U.S. Intelligence.
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Tagged Afghanistan, Assad, Britain, Chemical Weapons, China, Chuck Hagel, Civil War, Damascus, Eric Cantor, France, Germany, Hillary Clinton, Iraq, John Boehner, John Kerry, John McCain, Kosovo, Le Monde, Leon Panetta, Obama, Russia, Sarin, Security Council, Syria, United Nations, United States |
If you are participating in not only your final debate of a general election but the final debate of your career, you want to go out on top. President Barack Obama did just that.
President Obama displayed a comfortable coolness while discussing last night’s main focus of foreign policy, while at times Mitt Romney looked as if he were diffusing a bomb in a
Lethal Weapon film.
Posted in 2012 Presidential Debates |
Tagged Afghanistan, al Qaeda, Apology Tour, Barack Obama, Bayonets, Charles Krauthammer, Debate, Foreign Policy, Iran, Libya, Megyn Kelly, Mitt Romney, Osama bin Laden |