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Reed To Hold Listening Sessions On Syria

September 4, 2013

With the option to attack Syria looming, U.S. Rep. Tom Reed, R-Corning, wants to hear from his constituents....

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proconserv

Sep-04-13 1:21 PM

Vote No! I share the same opinion as the others below on getting involved with Syria. WW3 could be right around the corner if we decide to jump in this fight among Syrian countrymen.

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1Diablo

Sep-04-13 9:19 AM

why isn't anyone speaking out about North Korea Kim Ill Kim Ung killed over a million and Ung is slowly torturing and murdering his people (men, women, and children) then what' happening in Mexico ,Africa and all over the world , why Syria? they are all the same yet this administration wants to fight proxy war with Russia and China. This is wrong every way!!!

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minuteman

Sep-04-13 7:25 AM

And we are still waiting for Reed to sign on to H. Res 36 - to investigate Benghazi. If he drags his feet on Benghazi, Extortion 17 will he do anything about Syria??????

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1Diablo

Sep-04-13 6:20 AM

Vote all the war mongers out!! more people died south of our boarder in Mexico (women and children) yet no mention of starting war there. It is sad children are being killed there just what is the UN and world doing? Mr. Reed if you like your job I you vote no. It's hard to imagine you have listen to anybody on this? Common sense tells most people we have no business there it's their civil war. This will start WW3 with Russia. China, Iran and Syria to start! No VOTE!!

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carlaw

Sep-04-13 6:01 AM

I can't make the listening sessions Congressman Reed so I hope you read this comment. I am totally opposed to involvement in Syria. Remember Iraq when the prior administration had undeniable proof of weapons of mass destruction?? That didn't work out too well did it. This won't either. Vote No!

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