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Syria: What happens when America can only afford to be ordinary

Watch video A lot has been written about President Obama's equivocal response to the almost equally equivocal evidence (so far) that Syria has used chemical weapons against its own people. Having earlier drawn a 'red line' on this issue it seems that Obama is now hurriedly rubbing it out. You cannot blame him. America cannot afford military intervention in Syria (even if, eventually, it might have to do it anyway).
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