Kevin McCullough

The nation will soon know whether or not President Obama will authorize a strike on Syrian military forces. What he will tell us on Tuesday evening, few can factually predict. But if the outcome of his deliberative process does not pose his favored verdict, no one would be surprised if he just did as he originally wished to begin with.

But even that is truly a mystery. After all, chemical weapons attacks have been occurring in Syria since March, and it’s only now that we must make some sort of demonstrable stand so that future rogues don't think we're sissies or something.

But President Obama's team has always been sissies. They have been since the days of Joe Kennedy, President Wilson, and World War I. Their sissiness was present when John Kerry begged for his purple hearts and ticket home from Vietnam, and reinforced when he lied to Congressional committees about American forces and the crimes he accused them of.

Then Presidential candidate John Kerry showed special sissiness when he was attempting to claim he was against the war in Iraq that he called for, warned of consequences of not initiating, and then voted to authorize. His overly limp salute when he "reported for duty" at his Presidential nominating convention also had sissy written all over it.

That same progressive is now Secretary of State and attempted to win his losing argument by claiming that if we don't bomb the Syrian military (the enemy of Al Qaeda) that we will embolden Al Qaeda and their ranks will grow.

I know... I'm trying to figure that one out for myself.

How exactly does becoming Al Qaeda's air-force deter them from victory in Syria, and hence another victory whereby they chant things like "death to America" in madrasas while grooming another generation of suicide bombing, Allah worshiping, haters of all things western.

Then there are the progressive sissies in Hollywood. Though they are major funding sources for all things of the progressive movement, you could not find bigger bunch of bloviating loudmouths when President Bush was in office. They complained that as President he dragged us into war.