Americans are split on the question of whether United States has vital interests at stake in the situation involving Syria, a new Post-ABC poll shows.
Yes, there's a budget proposal and an energy bill on the docket. But really all lawmakers will do is squabble once more about the health-care law.
Senators who voted for military action received more than 80 percent more money from defense industry donors than those who voted against it.
Americans' hesitation isn't really about Syria; it's more about their increasingly non-interventionist attitude.
"The president's speech was moot on arrival."
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The president mentioned "Iraq" or "Afghanistan" 10 times.
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