Point/Counterpoint: Obama’s speech on Syria

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In his speech Tuesday night, President Barack Obama hammered Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad for his alleged use of chemical weapons, made the case for a military intervention, and then said he’ll let diplomacy play out — for now.

The assertions Obama made weren’t new ones. Both he and the White House have said them before. The difference? A majority of Americans who watched the prime time address said they favor the approach he spelled out.

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