‘Should have cancelled’: Objective of president’s speech remains mystery

http://twitter.com/#!/jpodhoretz/status/377600241517604864

If there was any good reason for the president to address the nation during prime time tonight, it was to convince the public that some sort of military action in Syria was necessary. The enlightened public would then pressure their representatives to approve a resolution; however, that vote, originally scheduled for Wednesday, has been put on indefinite hold while Vladimir Putin takes the lead. So…

http://twitter.com/#!/michaelrstrain/status/377601563684249601
http://twitter.com/#!/bethanyshondark/status/377601881063055360
http://twitter.com/#!/kausmickey/status/377576468051546112
http://twitter.com/#!/americansitu/status/377603547963326464

Well, the president did describe the horror of chemical weapons attacks on children, for those who were on the fence about that.

http://twitter.com/#!/Jmywood/status/377603700111310848
http://twitter.com/#!/IainDale/status/377601596437184512
http://twitter.com/#!/CrowleyTIME/status/377603229263351808
http://twitter.com/#!/IAMMGraham/status/377606303570350080
http://twitter.com/#!/billmaher/status/377603345403219968