And then late last night, early this morning, I run across this piece by Yossef Bodansky. And I look him up, find out who he is, just shared his resume with you, and his story, his article here is that there is evidence, mounting evidence that the rebels in Syria did indeed frame Assad for the chemical attack. But not only that, that Obama, the regime, may have been complicit in it. Mounting evidence that the White House knew and possibly helped plan this Syrian chemical weapon attack by the opposition.
So this is a double whammy. So then I said, wait a minute now. I just rejected these two e-mails from friends of mine thinking, quite frankly, that it was quackery. I said, wait a minute now, I've got to start thinking this seriously. One of the learned people in this field that I ran the theory by who initially rejected it is now rethinking the whole thing based on the Bodansky piece. Look, I don't want to overdramatize this. I'm just saying, with this administration, one thing I've learned, with the Democrat Party, the American leftists, their objectives are not always as stated, and they do lie, and they will lie to further their cause. And we know that, as far as these people are concerned, everything is about Obama. It's not about the people of Syria. It's not about anything but Obama and the elimination of opposition and winning the House in 2014 because everything with these people is political.
LIMBAUGH: Now, if this is right -- and I say
28.03.2011 [Investor's Business Daily] - In Syria, President Basharal-Assad deployed the army in Latakia for the first time after nearly two weeks of protests in the country. At 7:30 pm EDT, President Obama is scheduled to make a nationally televised address to discuss US participation in
29.03.2011 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - By Patrick O'Connor Tim Pawlenty called on President Barack Obama Monday night to take punitive action against Syrian President Basharal-Assad, as the former Minnesota governor seeks to bolster his foreign-policy credentials ahead of the GOP
30.03.2011 President Basharal-Assad, facing the gravest crisis in his 11-year rule, deployed the army in Syria's main port of Latakia for the first time after nearly two weeks of protests spread across the country. Read more on Reuters via Yahoo! ...
Three times during the vice presidential debate, Paul Ryan accused the Obama administration of being soft on Syrian president BasharAssad. The administration, Ryan said, "called BasharAssad a reformer when he was turning his Russian-provided guns on his own people." He repeated the claim twice more in the 90-minute debate. We decided to take a closer look. First, some background. Assad’s family has maintained a tight grip on power in Syria for decades. As the Arab spring rippled across the region in early 2011, Syria began to experience unrest, with protests emerging both in the capital, Damascus, and Deraa, ...