Having failed abysmally at garnering any support for his Syria military strike in support of Al Qaeda and Muslim Brotherhood forces, President Obama is returning to what he does best: bullying the Congress and the American people.
With help from his ministries of propaganda (ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, MSNBC, etc.), he is going to ram this steaming pile of dung down the throats of an uninformed American public, despite the fact that there is no direct link between Assad and chemical weapons attack.
There is a prohibition on discussing the gravest threat the American people face: jihad. Obama has scrubbed it from our counter terror materials, scholars on Islam are blacklisted, and acts of jihad like the Fort Hood mass slaughter are labeled "workplace violence." And the press never queries Obama on this flagrant act of sedition.
"Nowhere in rebel-controlled Syria is there a secular fighting force to speak of." New York Times
According to a Washington Post survey, 224 of the current 433 House members were either "no" or "leaning no" on military action as of Friday. A large number, 184, were undecided, with just 25 backing a strike.
Call your Congressman. Tell him/her to vote NO. Fight the global jihad.
"Obama urges Congress not to turn 'a blind eye' to Syria" The Telegraph, September 7, 2013
President Barack Obama warned members of the US Congress against turning "a blind eye" to Syria, as Washington sought to muster European Union support for military strikes against the Damascus regime.
Fresh from a G20 summit in Saint Petersburg, where Mr Obama failed to win over world leaders to his cause, the president urged Congress to authorise an intervention over President Bashar al-Assad's alleged use of chemical weapons.
"We cannot turn a blind eye to images like the ones we've seen out of Syria," Mr Obama said in his weekly address on Saturday.
"That's why I call on members of Congress, from both parties, to come together and stand up for the kind of world we want to live in; the kind of world we want to leave our children and future generations."
Congress reconvenes on Monday and Mr Obama is set to address the nation on Tuesday about a possible US response to the August 21 attack that left hundreds dead on the outskirts of Damascus.
Faced with a war-weary US public and little international support, Mr Obama is bracing for an uphill battle to convince Congress to back military action against Assad's regime.