President Barack Obama faces a tough decision on the Syria issue. Should we intervene in that civil war or turn our back on helping the rebels, who may not be much better than the ruthless Assad regime, which apparently has used chemical weapons against innocent people? Do we have a moral obligation to protect the Syrian people?
Most American presidents always have faced tough decisions. President Obama hasn’t had many like this. Political fallout always has been present in most tough decisions.
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