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  • Philip Showalter

    09/04/2013 06:42 PM

    Hi Mike,

    I'm from Arkansas, born in Harrison and spent a lot of my life in Searcy, you are a tremendous asset to the state.

    There's actually a pretty easy way out of this, if it hasn't gone too far already. All our idiot, amateur president has to do is say Syria has crossed his red line, and he's now ready to support the countries in the region that want to punish Syria for its chemical weapons attack.

    We take purely a support role, and if no country wants to get a coalition together in the region, then we're off the hook, and our idiot president doesn't lose too much face.

    Who says we have to organize this? Lay it in their laps, if they don't care, why should we?


  • Don Harris

    09/04/2013 02:44 PM

    Today as I listened to the comments of so many on your show, one item that kept coming up was essentially the distrust of this administration. I liken Obama to Mortecai Jones(George C Scott}The Flan Man and The Governor (Charles Durning} in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. The illogical decisions and posturing of Syria create a vision of Obama doing a little two-step to lead us on. Obamacare will benefit from this and Americans will pay even more. I detest this man as a leader of our nation.

  • Ron Cunningham Las Vegas

    09/04/2013 12:39 PM

    Is our military action in Syria being pushed due to the natural gas pipelines under construction?

  • Ron Cunningham

    09/04/2013 12:32 PM

    How many members of the Congress know about the report you gave yesterday that the chemical weapons were deployed from canisters in the back of trucks?

    Why isn't the option on the table to have Syria hand over the chemical weapons instead of just military force?

  • Bill Lis

    09/04/2013 10:45 AM

    I do not understand how the president can be so active regarding the issue in Syria and so inactive about the killing of Americans during the attack on the American Embassy in Benghazi. It makes no sense!