Let's get this right. Sen. John McCain supported a military response to Syria. Then he withdrew it. That was after he played poker on his cellphone during a crucial Senate hearing on the matter because he was bored. And his view will likely change again.
The tapes tell the tale. Go back and look at images of our nation's most senior soldier, Gen. Martin Dempsey, and his body language during Tuesday's Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearings on Syria.
"Oh, when will they ever learn? Oh, when will they ever learn?" - Peter, Paul and Mary.
By the time you read this, U.S. missiles and bombs may be falling on Syria. Why? Syria hasn't attacked us. It does not pose a security threat to the United States.
As congressional Republicans prepare for their seventh budget showdown with President Obama, The Washington Post on Sunday reported the cumulative result of the six previous showdowns since 2010: The size of government is largely the same.
WASHINGTON - "Our ability to influence the outcome in Egypt is limited."
That was Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel speaking truth about power to reporters this week.
He went on: "It's up to the Egyptian people.
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