Big type troubles indeed. Can someone from US tell how ordinary people feel that obama seems to support those that are accused to make 9/11?
Obama's proposed adventure is overwhelmingly unpopular here (even with Democrats), and that is one of the major reasons why. The three major players in the Syrian civil war are the Assad regime, the al-Nusra front (linked closely to al-Qaeda, probably backed by Gulf nations) and Hezbollah, as a proxy for Iran. It's both a civil war and a proxy war in a regional conflict between Iran and the Gulf States. All three of the forces in Syria are hostile to the United States. Americans don't want to see a repeat of Libya, and they don't want to see a repeat of Iraq. They don't even want to see a repeat of Egypt.
Obama simply has no policy in the middle east. He seems to have no idea what to do. That's the charitable explanation. The uncharitable one is that he has set out to empower America's enemies--because, as a practical matter, his administration's actions in regard to Egypt and Libya ended up doing just that.
As for Congress, my fervent hope is that he is going to Congress to give himself cover for backing off this exceedingly stupid course of action. Honestly, I think he should have been impeached over Libya, which was blatantly unconstitutional. George W. Bush looks like the model president compared to this guy - Bush at least went to Congress and the UN, and got 40 or so other nations on-board.
The most successful tyranny is not the one that uses force to assure uniformity but the one that removes the awareness of other possibilities, that makes it seem inconceivable that other ways are viable, that removes the sense that there is an outside.