Romney, Obama offer different takes on arming Syrian rebels
WASHINGTON (MCT) — As the world watches images of massacres in Syria, the two major-party candidates for president of the United States offer different approaches to trying to stop the bloodshed short of sending in U.S. troops.
Republican challenger Mitt Romney blames weakness on the part of President Barack Obama for the 14-month-old brutal crackdown by Syrian President Bashar Assad. Romney says he’d arm anti-government forces, a muscular sign of U.S. resolve that would help level the battlefield.
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