With all the debate about whether the United States should deal a military blow to Syria for the recent gas attack in which hundreds of Syrians were killed and many more injured, U.S. Representative Jack Kingston to a media briefing in Savannah Monday he is leaning against the strike. President Barak Obama thinks a military strike should be taken but wants congressional approval, a move Kingston called the right one. Syria has warned the United States that any military strike would result in serious consequences.
Kingston said there are many more questions that need answers before a final decision on America’s response.
Kingston said even though feed back from constituents has been limited most do not want the U.S. Government to get in involved and he is currently leaning in the same direction.
The Republican congressman wants to know the extent of a response, what would be accomplished, how long military action would last, the cost and ramifications such a strike could mean to the United States.