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Maddow Wonders How Many Wars A 'President McCain' Would Have Waged

Rachel Maddow with a reminder that if you're not happy with President Obama for pushing for military intervention in Syria... things could always be worse.
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Rachel Maddow with a reminder that if you're not happy with President Obama for pushing for military intervention in Syria... things could always be worse.

We could have Mr. Bomb, Bomb, Bomb Iran and let's set fire to the entire Middle East McCrashy in there, who claims it would be just terrible for President Obama for the Congress to vote against authorizing military force in Syria, but won't even commit himself to a "yes" vote because he's thinks the message we'll be sending isn't "strong enough."

Rachel Maddow called this one a "thought experiment." It's a frightening one when you look at the rhetoric that's come out of McCain's mouth since he lost the presidential election.

And while I'm happy for the reminder about the wingnuts who could be making things worse, it would be nice to see some more reporting on what caused the country to blow up into a civil war in the first place and which I'm guessing most viewers of cable news don't have a clue about. Here's more from Digby: If you want to understand what's happening in Syria ...

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