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Examiner Editorial: The price of Obama's vacillation over Syria

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Few traits are less becoming in an American president than vacillation, yet in his approach to the Syrian chemical weapons attack, President Obama has given a textbook illustration of what it means to waver between differing courses of action. At first, Obama took after Teddy Roosevelt at San Juan Hill, promising to move unilaterally to strike hard at Syrian dictator Bassar al Assad. But...