In a speech related to the chemical weapons attack in Syria last week, Saturday (31/08/2013), U.S. President Barack Obama once again emphasized that the U.S. military should attack Syria.
"I have considered carefully, and I decided that the U.S. had intervened militarily in Syria," said Obama, accompanied by Vice President Joe Biden at the White House.
Obama further added that although he was considering a military strike to ensure that military operations in Syria is not an open military invasion and massive.
"We will not send ground troops to Syria. Attacks will be designed limited in both time and target," said Obama.
Even though it is a limited attack, Obama believes the U.S. invasion would be enough to stop the Assad regime's ability in the use of chemical weapons in the war against the rebels.
"The U.S. has military assets in the Middle East region. Commander in Chief gave me information, we can strike whenever needed," Obama asserted.
"We can strike tomorrow, next week or next month. Now I am preparing to give orders," he added.
However, the U.S. military raid into Syria certainly is not going to happen in the next few days.
Therefore, Obama has decided to seek approval from Congress to attack Syria plan related to this. While the current U.S. Congress is still in recess and returned to work on September 9....