American voters say 61 – 27 percent that it is not in the national interest to be involved in Syria and oppose 59 – 27 percent providing arms and military supplies to anti-government groups, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released today.
Voters support 49 – 38 percent, however, using drones or cruise missiles, which do not risk American lives, to attack Syrian government targets, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN- uh-pe-ack) University poll finds.
Republicans, Democrats and independent voters all agree that helping Syria is not in America’s interest and all oppose providing arms and supplies to rebels. Republicans and Democrats support drone/cruise strikes, while independent voters are divided.
American voters give President Barack Obama a negative 40 – 52 percent approval for the way he is handling foreign policy, his worst grade ever on that score.
Remember too, in Egypt:
Mr Morsi himself called for foreign intervention in Syria against Mr Assad, leading to a veiled rebuke from the army, which issued an apparently bland but sharp-edged statement the next day stressing that its only role was guarding Egypt’s borders.
Calling for intervention in Syria was the end of Morsi.
For an idea of how much of your taxes are being wasted in Syria and the terrorists we are supporting, click the Syria link below.