Secretary Kerry: Attack On Syria Would Be “Unbelievably Small”

September 9, 2013 1:14 pmViews: 823

John Kerry Syria attack unbelievably small-attack

Sometimes it would probably be better for members of the Obama administration to just keep their mouths shut. A case in point is when Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday in an attempt to lessen the impact of lobbing million dollar cruise missiles into Syria said that any attack would be, “unbelievably small."

Wait, what kind of nonsense is that? If the main purpose of this attack is to scare Bashar al-Assad into not ever using chemical weapons again, which there is great question as to whether he really is behind the attack, using the words "unbelievably small" might not even scare a mouse, much less a world leader who has already killed 100,000 of his own people with conventional weapons.

Apparently Obama and the socialistic leaning imbeciles helping him run his presidential circus don't have a clue how to at least make the United States of America look like a powerful nation any longer. They have so neutered our once mighty nation with Obama bowing to a Saudi King, with just completely ignoring Benghazi and refusing to followup on that attack and now with Obama and Kerry playing these silly foreign policy games, we must be the laughing stock of the world.

Read more on this story below from Politico:

As President Barack Obama kicks off an all-out push for a strike on Syria, Secretary of State John Kerry came under fire on Monday for saying any attack would be “unbelievably small” and suggesting the Syrian ruler still had a week to give up his chemical weapons to avoid a U.S. assault - a remark Kerry’s spokeswoman later attempted to clarify.

The off-key comments came in a joint press conference in London with Britain’s foreign secretary, where Kerry said the strike would be able to harm Assad without putting American troops on the ground and with a “very limited, very targeted, short-term effort.”

“That is exactly what we are talking about doing, unbelievably small, limited kind of effort,” Kerry said.

The comments, which dismayed even supporters of an attack on Syria, added fuel to the debate as Obama launches a full court press 48-hour media and political blitz to try to sell the plan to a skeptical American public and Congress.

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