The UN mandate and legitimacy cannot be
provided by a decision taken by the NATO, which is led by the
Moreover, Obama seems even ready to
According to the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, Rep. Scott Rigell (R-Va.) has collected nearly three dozen signatures of House members to a letter he intended to send to the White House to remind the president that military action without a congressional vote "would violate the separation of powers that is clearly delineated in the Constitution."
Obama told CNN: " Sometimes what we've seen is that folks will call for immediate action, jumping into stuff that does not turn out well, gets us mired in very difficult situations."
Writing in the Los Angeles Times on August 27, Kathleen Hennessey, Michael A. Memoli and Christi Parsons said that the poison gas attack in the suburbs of the Syrian capital on August 21 was "testing" Obama's views " as no previous crisis has done;" unfortunately Kerry announced Monday that the U.S. president has failed this test.
However, Kerry's statement in his news conference in Washington Monday, which was described by mainstream media as "emotional" and "highly charged," sounded like an official declaration that Obama had done with whatever "considerations" might prevent him from taking a decision to strike, even if he risks to get "mired in" exactly the "very difficult situations" he has been trying to avoid.
It was a
declaration that Obama has at last given in to the warmongers who have been leading
a media blitz that
has been beating the drums of war on
Kerry Mobilizes Passive Public