For my part, I am against troops in Syria or any military action there. Have said it before, and will say it again: war is bad. We have no friends on either side, we have nothing to gain, and lives and dollars to lose. Just like when that other guy was in the White House. Circumstances and likelihood of outcome are the same.
One of the biggest problems in this country is the willingness of many (like Mr. McCoy) to assume that anyone who doesn’t fully agree on any one issue has to be wrong on every other issue. Not all liberals are for war; not all are against. Same with conservatives. Blanket generalizations are divisive, counter-productive, and serve no useful purpose. Too bad so many people are so willing to make outrageous assumptions about “the other side”. Consensus can never occur under those circumstances, which seem more and more intentional.
Glenn McCoy and Gary McCoy