US must get militarily involved in Syria: American senators

Insurgents in Syria stand around an anti-aircraft machinegun mounted on a truck in the northern city of Aleppo, August 4, 2012..

A number of top American senators have called for direct US military intervention in Syria and arming the insurgents fighting the Syrian government.

The American senators, John McCain, Joseph Lieberman and Lindsey Graham, said that the US should use its air force to protect areas controlled by the insurgents in Syria.

[Editor’s Note: Please do not hesitate to tell the three war-crazaed amigos how much you despise them. Their twitter accounts are:  @SenJohnMcCain // @JoeLieberman // @GrahamBlog]

“This would not require any US troops on the ground but could involve limited use of our airpower and other unique US assets,” said the senators in an article in the US daily, the Washington Post, on Sunday without clarifying what they meant by the “assets.”

They also said that the insurgents in Syria should be supplied “directly and openly” with weapons, intelligence and training. Continue reading