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Bombing Assad weakens his military which helps the rebels. Without boots on the ground, who will get the chemical weapons? The Daily Mail is right; there has to be boots on the ground to prevent the rebels from obtaining the chemical weapons.
"Obama approved shipments of light weaponry and ammunition for the rebel forces fighting Assad, the bulk of the arms are yet to arrive." The rebel forces include al-Qaeda - Wouldn't that be aiding and abetting an enemy of the U.S.? An attack on Assad would also fall into that category as it would help al-Qaeda.
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