If the American people are going to stop this war, they need to do it now. The following are 25 quotes about the coming war with Syria that every American should see…

1. Barack Obama, during an interview with Charlie Savage on December 20, 2007: “The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation.”
2. Joe Biden, during a television interview in 2007: “The president has no constitutional authority … to take this nation to war … unless we’re attacked or unless there is proof we are about to be attacked. And if he does, if he does, I would move to impeach him.”
3. U.S. Representative Ted Poe: “Mr. President, you must call Congress back from recess immediately to take a vote on a military strike on Syria. Assad may have crossed a red line but that does not give you the authority to redline the Constitution.”
4. U.S. Representative Kurt Schrader: “I see no convincing evidence that this is an imminent threat to the United States of America.”
5. U.S. Representative Barbara Lee: “While we understand that as commander-in-chief you have a constitutional obligation to protect our national interests from direct attack, Congress has the constitutional obligation and power to approve military force, even if the United States or its direct interests (such as its embassies) have not been attacked or threatened with an attack.”
6. The New York Times: “American officials said Wednesday there was no ‘smoking gun’ that directly links President Bashar al-Assad to the attack, and they tried to lower expectations about the public intelligence presentation.”
7. U.S. Senator Rand Paul: “The war in Syria has no clear national security connection to the United States and victory by either side will not necessarily bring in to power people friendly to the United States.”
8. U.S. Senator Tim Kaine: “I definitely believe there needs to be a vote.”
9. Donald Rumsfeld: “There really hasn’t been any indication from the administration as to what our national interest is with respect to this particular situation.”
10. Robert Fisk: “If Barack Obama decides to attack the Syrian regime, he has ensured – for the very first time in history – that the United States will be on the same side as al-Qa’ida.”
11. Former congressman Dennis Kucinich: “So what, we’re about to become al-Qaeda’s air force now?”
12. Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem: “We have two options: either to surrender, or to defend ourselves with the means at our disposal. The second choice is the best: we will defend ourselves.”
13. A Syrian Army officer: “We have more than 8,000 suicide martyrs within the Syrian army, ready to carry out martyrdom operations at any moment to stop the Americans and the British. I myself am ready to blow myself up against US aircraft carriers to stop them attacking Syria and its people.”
14. Khalaf Muftah, a senior Ba’ath Party official: “We have strategic weapons and we’re capable of responding.”
15. An anonymous senior Hezbollah source: “A large-scale Western strike on Syria will plunge Lebanon virtually and immediately into the inferno of a war with Israel.”
16. Ali Larjiani, the speaker of the Iranian parliament: “…the country which has been destroyed by the terrorists during the past two years will not sustain so much damage as the warmongers will receive in this war.”
17. Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei: “Starting this fire will be like a spark in a large store of gunpowder, with unclear and unspecified outcomes and consequences”
18. General Mohammad Ali Jafari, chief of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards: (an attack on Syria) “means the immediate destruction of Israel.”
19. Israeli President Shimon Peres: “Israel is not and has not been involved in the civil war in Syria, but if they try to hurt us, we will respond with full force.”
20. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu: “We are not part of the civil war in Syria, but if we identify any attempt whatsoever to harm us, we will respond and we will respond in strength.”
21. The Jerusalem Post: “The lines between Hezbollah and the Syrian regime are so blurred that Israel will hold Damascus responsible if Hezbollah bombards Israel in the coming days, Israeli officials indicated on Wednesday.”
22. Ron Paul: “The danger of escalation with Russia is very high”
23. Pat Buchanan: “The sole beneficiary of this apparent use of poison gas against civilians in rebel-held territory appears to be the rebels, who have long sought to have us come in and fight their war.”
24. Retired U.S. General James Mattis: “We have no moral obligation to do the impossible and harm our children’s future because we think we just have to do something.”
25. Syrian refugee Um Ahmad: “Isn’t it enough, all the violence and fighting that we already have in the country, now America wants to bomb us, too?”



From the moment Pres. Barack Obama took office, he’s downgraded the will and power of America in the eyes of every foreign nation. Obama wants to be the likeable, relatable, middle-class politician, but now, his lack of experience in foreign policy is leading him down the road of hypocrisy, a road much darker than any recent president has traveled.

This weekend, the world awaits a decision from Obama. Every other country is refusing to provide military intervention in Syria, including the United Kingdom, which on Aug. 29, voted against taking action.

Now America stands alone and many wonder if Obama will yet again bypass the Constitution and the American peoples’ concerns to intervene in Syria’s domestic issues.

From the beginning of his fame as a national politician, Obama has publicly denounced the strength of the United States, saying in 2008 that America cannot “bully [the world] into submission.”

Obama also condemned George W. Bush for his gross decision-making in the case of Iraq. In 2007, he commented, “In the case of Europe, we dismissed European reservations about the wisdom and necessity of the Iraq war.”

But will Syria be Obama’s Iraq?

If the Obama administration chooses to impose military action against Syria without the consent of Congress and with no international support, the consequences will be dire.

In 2008, Obama stated, “No one nation, no matter how large or powerful, can defeat such challenges alone…on both sides of the Atlantic, we have drifted apart, and forgotten our shared destiny.”

Well, in 2013, Obama doesn’t want a shared destiny with Syria, the UK, or apparently any other influential nation. Obama wants to act alone.

While the Obama administration is still supporting intervention, Republicans are reminding the federal government to be wary of rash decisions. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), stated, “We should have learned our lesson from the Iraq War.”

White House officials don’t see it that way. Spokesman Josh Earnest said, “I think that there are some very important differences. What we saw in that circumstance was an administration that was searching high and low to produce evidence to justify a military invasion, an open-ended military invasion of another country.”

The White House can deny its intentions all it wants, but the truth it that Obama and his cabinet are the only people in the entire world who support imposing military action in Syria.

“Obama thinks he is the police chief of the world,” Rohrabacher said. “Americans have already paid too high a price for that grandiose notion,” he added.



In 2007 Vice President Joe Biden gave a speech. In that speech he condemned president Bush’s invasion of Iraq. Biden criticized Bush for his war against “Islam,” and his decision not to go to congress for war.

Now in the wake of chemical attacks in Syria, the Obama administration is doing the same thing. Biden stated that the United States’ war based policy was aimed towards controlling and dominating that area of the country.

In 2007 Biden said he would impeach president Bush for taking war to a country without congressional approval. Obama has already bombed six different countries, and is now planing on training extremist rebels and bringing violence to the middle east. Biden said that he lived by a system of checks and balances, but the Obama-Biden administration has done nothing uphold this rhetoric.

Biden has not come forward to say that we should impeach president Obama, even though his actions are no different than the actions of George W. Bush. Even though over 70% of Americans think that Obama should go to congress for permission to interfere with Syria, he has given no indication of doing so. He know he would lose, he knows that America is sick of his foreign policy, and he knows that we don’t want to arm Syrian rebels.

The hypocrisy of Joe Biden in this video is overwhelming. Over and over again we are seeing that the Obama administration ran for office on a platform of lies and deceit. Hopeful the people are starting to notice that these big government war mongers care more about their agenda than they do about the welfare of honest Americans.

Joe Biden, you lied to America, you fooled America. I am not surprised that you lied, but you did, and shame on you for it. Make it up to us and call for an Obama Impeachment because it is, “the right thing to do.”