The Real McCain: ‘Call to strike Syria ASAP exposes neo-con mindset’

Keep in mind how well Egypt and Libya have turned out after meddling in their affairs. If Syria is delivered to the Muslim Brotherhood Israel will find itself basically surrounded by a single Islamic Caliphate intent on her destruction. McCain should butt out and let Syria settle it’s own affairs.

Who needs diplomacy, or international law? Not former presidential candidate (R-AZ) John McCain, who became the first senator to publicly call for a US-led military strike on Syria in order to halt the nearly year-long conflict there. Taking the Senate floor, McCain said there will be no UN mandate for the air strikes he deems the only way to stop the violence — but that a mandate isn’t necessary.

Jacob Hornberger, founder and president of the Future of Freedom Foundation talks to RT. He claims McCain’s idea is a typical neo-con conservative mindset of foreign intervention which implies a regime-change operation aimed at ousting one dictator in order to install another, US-approved dictator.

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8 Responses to The Real McCain: ‘Call to strike Syria ASAP exposes neo-con mindset’

  1. Daniel Simpson says:

    why cant president Obama bluntly ask President Assad to inter vein or help with the civil war by using military aid , is president Assad too stupid to agree ,to receive help!!!!does he not care about the death of his people ??? , i honestly do get it. and another thing Why does the US government block american people from hearing what the Syrian president has to say about anything pertaining to this issue???? i still have not heard a speech from Assad or his campaign on a national new station!!!!!! but yeah go to war , shit like this pisses me off!!!yupe thats really Democratic!!!!

  2. JC says:

    Gratitude has nothing to do with his desire lay the ground work for what lies ahead. He has a singular purpose and he is almost done. Money is not his desire, no need of that where he is taking us.

  3. JC says:

    Correction it should read ” bought and paid for by the muslim brotherhood”

  4. jonolan says:

    Ummm…We didn’t meddle in Egypt and that resulted in it joining the nascent Caliphate. We could have backed Muburak who, while an unmitigated ass, was against the Muslim Brotherhood and against attacking Israel. Obama and his coterie chose not to do so.

    • JC says:

      You are spot on. We did nothing to stop the overthrow of Mubarak…BHO/Lucifer has been bought and paid for the muslim brotherhood. It is they that he owes allegiance to, not our Constitution, not to the USA.

      • jonolan says:

        Actually, I disagree on this point. Obama sides with the Muslim Brotherhood, tacitly mostly, because his constituency sides with them and he needs them to vote for him and keep him from being a failure (no hope there, even if he’s reelected), not because he has any loyalty to the Muslim Brotherhood…or anyone or anything else.

        From what I can tell, Obama’s loyalties don’t extend past himself.

        • JC says:

          I can agree with you mostly. But I can tell you with certainty that he (BHO/lucifer) does owe his allegiance to the muslim brotherhood. They helped fund his campaign(s). All one needs to do is do the research of with whom he surrounds himself. That is most revealing and truest statement he ever made, and no one bothered to follow up on it. They were too busy lapping up, and selling to the public, the rest of his bogus hope and change mantra. He was bought and paid for by them from birth. He is much like the founder of islam…a narcissistic power hungry puppet. Just follow the money…

          • jonolan says:

            Following the money only works if one accepts the postulate that Obama is “ethical” enough to stay bought and/or has some capacity for gratitude.

            Has he shown any proclivities towards giving value for dollar to any of his backers who weren’t right there putting pressure on him? I certainly haven’t seen much evidence of that.

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