The Washington Post reports on how US officials feel that protests in Syria put the White House in a bind. The only bind is the conflict between reality and the delusions of Washington’s Assad apologist:
But there are more tangible reasons where Syria is concerned, including a reluctance to add further uncertainty to the tenuous Israeli-Palestinian peace process; an unwillingness, shared by Turkey and others allies in the neighborhood, to readily trade a known quantity in Assad for an unknown future; and a latent belief among some that the Syrian leader can be persuaded to adopt real reforms.
Assad is currently reforming the hell out of protestors.
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