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Obama has mishandled Syria

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I am outraged by the use of gas by the Syrian government but equally outraged by the administration's mishandling of the whole process. Of course the U.S. should take some type of action ("Where is the outrage?" Sept. 4). But President Barack Obama should have made a pitch to the people last week which would have included his plan to go to Congress for support, not waiting until he saw public support against him, then going to Congress to protect himself.

His mishandling of this is in tune with his mishandling of Benghazi, Fast and Furious, and his outrage about the IRS. On the positive side, we do have Dennis Rodman working on North Korea.

Why no mention of President Obama giving back his Nobel Peace Prize which he should have never accepted in the first place?

Lyle Rescott, Marriottsville

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