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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading Tuesday September 10, 2013.
President Obama understands that the American people are not with him on the war in Syria.
President Obama seems to be on board with Secretary of State John Kerry’s bonehead gaffe from earlier today. If Syria were to turn over all of its chemical weapons to the international community, the President could conceivably call off any attack.
CNN finds that there is “no constituency” for an attack on Syria.
Senator Johnny Isakson (R-GA) has changed his yes vote to no. Uh-oh, Obama’s even losing the hawks now.
The village of Maaloula in western Syria is an ancient town with deep Christian roots. This week it fell to a rebel group with ties to al-Qaeda. Now the Christians face the ultimate question: deny your faith or die.
Senator John Thune (R-SD) wants to make sure that unions are forced to take part in the Obamacare messed they helped to pass.
Senator John McCain (R-AZ) wanted to have a “sleepover” with Syrian rebel terrorists.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was not a fan of the current black civil rights leaders.
Colorado Democrats warn that if they lose their recall elections, gun control is done-for. That’s the point, isn’t it?
Norway seems to be following Australia in handing the reins of government over to the conservatives.
Hey, cheer up! Americans are the 17th happiest people on the planet!
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