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Commentary: It's isolationism redux in Syria

2:02 PM, Sep. 7, 2013
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The two figures most prominent on the Republican side making arguments for and against using military force in Syria are John McCain, R-Ariz., and Rand Paul, R-Ky., senators from different generations who represent the fight for the heart and soul of the GOP. To win McCain's support, the resolution that passed the Senate Armed Services Committee was rewritten to include President Obama's promise that air strikes would not be purely symbolic, but designed to affect the momentum on the ground in Syria - not to take down the regime, but give the rebels a fighting chance to win on their own.

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