Obama: Syrian Civil War May Not Directly Threaten Us Now, But It’ll Have Long Term Repercussions

‘Our long-term national security will be impacted in a profound way and our humanity is impacted in a profound way’

Obama: We May Not Be Directly Imminently Threatened in Syria (RealClearPolitics)

PRESIDENT OBAMA: We may not be directly imminently threatened by what's taking place in a Kosovo, or Syria, or Rwanda in the short-term. But our long-term national security will be impacted in a profound way and our humanity is impacted in a profound way. And so I think it's important for us to get out of the habit in those circumstances.

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