What if it were a 'Limited Strike' on US?

Jerry McGlothlin:
Turnabout is fair play, as they say. But it feels a bit different when you're the target.

As the world knows, Obama is poised to wage a "limited strike" against Syria.

We're told it is to punish President Assad for mistreating his people.

What if the situation were reversed and some other nation were to say they are going to wage a limited strike against the United States?

...for mistreating their conservatives or Tea Party organizations who were discriminated against by a totalitarian politically controlled taxing agency known as the IRS that "crossed the red line."

...or for the less than stellar living conditions of our Native Americans.

...or for domestic genocide waged against a class of citizens known as pre-born citizens with 50 million dead and counting.

...or for unjust taxation or for financing terrorists or any of one hundred other "crimes."

Oh, but it would only be a "limited strike," just three days of cruise missiles on New York and Washington, DC.

And in their benevolence they would limit their strikes to political, military and business targets to minimize civilian loss.

Like maybe just the Pentagon, The White House and the New York Stock Exchange.

How would we like that? Would we cry foul?

But by all logic, they actually might have a better case against us because at least their allegations would be true.

In contrast, we don't know who used chemical weapons in Syria, yet we're bombing them anyway?

By Jerry McGlothlin
CEO of Special Guests, Inc. (publicity services agency for 25 years)

"Turnabout is fair play, as they say. But it feels a bit different when you're the target..."