I keep asking myself, “Where are the anti-war demonstrators? Surely there are some out there, and the MSM is just not broadcasting their non-support of the ObamaWars? We, the US, are not supporting his wars.
I hope you are praying for peace, not war, but either way, stay informed. This post goes over the briefings planned for this next week.
WASHINGTON (CNN) — Congress returns to Washington on Monday after a monthlong summer break to jump right into debate and votes on a resolution giving President Barack Obama the authorization to strike Syria.
How this all will unfold over the coming week is far from certain, but here’s how things could play out:
• The House and Senate are in session at 2 p.m. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is expected to take the first procedural steps to overcome an anticipated filibuster over whether to officially take up the Syria resolution. Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, who filibustered John Brennan’s confirmation as CIA director earlier this year to protest Obama’s drone policy, told Fox News on Sunday that he was weighing his options on how to stall the resolution.
• Obama will give a preview of his address to the nation when he does a round of interviews…
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