And now… a word from the left regarding Syria

It seems that this week I am spending quite a bit of time on the left side of the isle. Combine this post with my posts about Emily Yates and I know many of you are going to demand an intervention.

Don’t worry I can stop anytime I want.

It was a shock for me to see the incoming links from, a progressive website for those who don’t know.

And NO! I’m not dating a liberal…again.

With the news President Obama is losing many from his own party on the vote for military action in Syria,  I wanted to hear the thoughts from the left. Unlike most on that side of the isle, I don’t go to MSNBC. I go to RT America, formerly Russia Today. I’ve posted segments from them before and they really are the best source for news from the left. According to Wikipedia:

RT America is available to 85 million people in the United States. In 2011 it was the second most-watched foreign news channel in the U.S. after BBC World News.[In 2012 it was the number one foreign station in five U.S. urban areas. In 2013 RT has become the first TV news channel in history to reach 1 billion views on YouTube. According to the Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board between 2.25-2.5 million Britons tuned their televisions to RT during the second half of 2012. It is the most popular news channel in Britain after the BBC and Sky.

Now that I have made clear the source, here is a clip from “Breaking the Set” with Abby Martin. Of course, there are the obligatory comparisons to George W Bush, complete with derogatory images and comments. As you will see, they are not very happy with the Administration regarding Syria or “the industrial military complex”

You watch, I’ll start my journey back to the right side of the isle.

I’m getting a headache.

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