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  • gfo99 gfo99 Apr 29, 2013 10:20 AM Flag

    Obummer, totally irresponsible

    Kristol: Obama 'Totally Irresponsible' for Not Wanting to Start Another War

    Posted: 29 Apr 2013 07:00 AM PDT
    Kristol: Obama 'Totally Irresponsible' for Not Wanting to Start Another War

    Here we go again. Another Sunday, another week with Bloody Bill Kristol pushing for more military intervention: Fox News Sunday Beats Syria War Drums:

    Subhed: Fox Analysts Urge "Irresponsible" Obama To Do "Something," But Won't Say What

    William Kristol wants to go to war in Syria, but he won't say what that war should look like. Appearing on Fox News Sunday to discuss reports of chemical weapons attacks in Syria, the Weekly Standard editor (and noted Iraq war hawk) attacked President Obama as "totally irresponsible" for indicating that he doesn't want "to start another war," saying: "You've got to do what you've got to do."

    When host Chris Wallace pointed out to him that there are "no good choices" for intervening in the Syrian conflict and asked, "so what do you do?," Kristol brushed it off without indicating how he thought the president should respond: "You do what you think is best. You're commander in chief, you've got an awful lot of options."

    They were all happy to use this as en excuse to amp up the rhetoric on Iran as well. Kristol didn't want to give specifics himself, but the one thing you can be sure of is, it won't matter how President Obama responds, they'll attack him later if things don't go well. Never mind that Wallace admitted there are no good options.

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