Rebels claim latest gas attack was an accident, a result of mishandling the chemical weapons they received from the Saudis

Syrians mourn over loved ones killed in last weeks gas attack
Syrians mourn over loved ones killed in last weeks gas attack

The Obama administration seems intent on getting us embroiled in another war. He also seems like he will by-pass Congress if he does act on the report that the Assad regime used chemical weapons on his own citizens.

According to a recent post on Conservative Firing Line, for everyone who might not remember, when Bush was president he was threatened with impeachment over unauthorized military strikes.

The Policy and Issues Examiner reported: “While appearing on the Rush Limbaugh program Wednesday, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, said the possibility of military conflict in Syria and the push to implement Obamacare are tied together by the arrogance of the Obama administration.”

While the world waits to see how the things play out in Syria, the Spokane Conservative Examiner reported that: “Obama meets with Magic Johnson, snubs Congress on Syria.”

While all the above mentioned things were going on an AP reporter, Dale Gavlak, filed an article that the rebels admitted that the latest gas attack was their fault. They say it wasn’t an attack but rather an unfortunate accident in mishandling chemical weapons they had received from the Saudis.

From the Examiner:

Gavlak reports he was told by rebels that the gas “attack” was the result of rebels mishandling the chemical weapons they acquired from the Saudis. He says in the Mint Press report the following:

“They didn’t tell us what these arms were or how to use them,” complained a female fighter named ‘K.’ “We didn’t know they were chemical weapons. We never imagined they were chemical weapons.”

More at the Examiner

Update:  Obama has discovered the Constitution and has decided to ask for Congressional approval.  More here.


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