Wednesday, December 07, 2011

Presidential Candidates -- do your homework

CBS News--
on a morning radio program, Newt Gingrich was asked what he would do about Syria in 30 seconds or less where antigovernment protests has led to a violent crackdown.
his response...
"I can give you a three-second answer. Replace Assad. I mean Assad is our enemy. He is an ally of Iran. It is a bad dictatorship. It is to our interest to get rid of dictators of this kind."

although Gingrich did not specify which methods that he would use, he did acknowledge that there would be consequences.

before commenting, I recommend reading the entire article at the link above.

My first impression when I read the article however was, "here we go again trying to be the world police and we cannot even take care of our own house."

the other point that he made that stood out was, "it is in our best interest to get rid of dictators of this kind."

I understand the thinking that we need to get involved if it goes against OUR best interest... but my thinking is that unless they prove to be a direct threat to the United States or other countries with undeniable evidence [referring to the false allegations of weapons of mass destruction] what right do we have to go overseas and get involved in other countries affairs?

In fact, have we ever had a presidency where we have NOT been in a war?

Our own country is falling apart at its knees to the point that like you would normally see overseas with people marching in the streets who would've thought that some of those images would actually from our own country.

Granted, the occupied movement is getting a little carried away... however, if you look at the original nationwide movement and the fact that people from all walks of life participated, that says that there may be a problem going on.

However, when coverups and denial have become the norm for government, where our leaders approval rating has reached below 9%, we need to not be so worried about other countries and less like I said they are a DIRECT threat to us.

Like the old saying... you can't help somebody unless you can help yourself.

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