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Well, maybe not a red line. Maybe more of a burgundy line?

And there will be “serious consequences” if Syria does not comply with Kerry’s demands.

Yep, the WH will probably ban all Syrian hummus from their menu!

Via Daily Caller.

Secretary of State John Kerry just gave Syria a hard deadline for starting the political transition to get rid of Syrian President Bashar Assad: Aug. 1.

Kerry told reporters Tuesday if Syria doesn’t begin the process of removing Assad by Aug. 1, there will be serious consequences, The Associated Press reports.

“If Assad does not adhere to this, there will clearly be repercussions,” Kerry said. “One of them may be the total destruction of the cease-fire and then go back to war. I don’t think Russia wants that. I don’t think Assad is going to benefit from that. There may be even other repercussions being discussed. That is for the future.”

….If Syria ignores Kerry’s demands, the U.S. will completely shift its strategy to the war-torn country that has now suffered through five years of destructive civil war. Kerry also directed his remarks to Russia and Iran, two of Syria’s allies that are propping up the current government.

Strategy? The Obama Regime has a strategy?

Who knew?


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  1. Alain41 says:

    The Democrat Convention ends July 28. Not a consideration, I’m sure. Will Obama be golfing? Rhetorical question.

  2. deaves1 says:

    Whoa!!! This ought to get the Syrian quaking in their sandles.

  3. Given their horrible track record in the Middle East, I would prefer that they butt out and stay out for the rest of Obama’s term. Let the next president do what can be done to clean up the mess that Obama has created over the last eight years. That will be plenty of work, considering all of the damage that Obama and the rest of them have done. We don’t need any more at this point.

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