February 1, 2012

Change Is Coming to Syria

Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton, RealClearWorld

AP Photo

We all know that change is coming to Syria. Despite its ruthless tactics, the Assad regime's reign of terror will end and the people of Syria will have the chance to chart their own destiny. The question for us is: How many more innocent civilians will die before this country is able to move forward toward the kind of future it deserves? Unfortunately, it appears as though the longer this continues, the harder it will be to rebuild once President Assad and his regime is transitioned and something new and better takes its place.

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TAGGED: Syria, Hillary Clinton, Bashar al-Assad


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