Are American voters aware that the Obama administration has authorized a boots-back-on-the-ground strategy in Syria? And do voters understand that the goal is to defeat Bashar Assad, who the Russians are backing with some serious air power that is causing thousands to flee?
American voters should be up in arms as to why Congress has not been asked to sign off on such military intervention. Americans should demand answers as to just who is going to replace Assad if he is taken out of the picture.
Is a direct military confrontation with Russia over a country that is of no fundamental national security interest to the United States a strategy in which the majority of Americans wish to engage?
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