The president then made the decision that he thought we would be stronger and the United States would act with greater moral authority and greater strength if we acted in a united way. He didn’t think it was worthwhile acting and having the Syrians and a whole bunch of other folks looking at the United States arguing about whether or not it was legitimate or should he have done it or should he have moved faster. He believes we need to move. He’s made his decision. Now it’s up to the Congress of the United States to join him in affirming the international norm with respect to enforcement against the use of chemical weapons.
He also said:
We are saying that the high confidence that the intelligence community has expressed and the case that I laid out the other day is growing stronger by the day. We know where this attack came from. We know exactly where it went. We know what happened exactly afterwards. We know that preparations were being taken before for this attack. We know that people were told to use their gas masks to prepare for the use of a chemical barrage. We also know that after it took place, they acknowledged that they had done it and were worried about the consequences and whether the UN inspectors were going to find out.
the president has the authority to act, but the Congress is going to do what’s right here.President Obama ask to the US Congresses to approve for the military action against criminal Assad is a graceful respectable gesture, more than politics I think, so in return the world most powerful Congresses's responds will be utterly fearless of and unaffected by the drumming vagaries of the feeble moral bigots. Gassed thousands of people, you can see how they died how they gasping breath...they died like animals.... no one has right to gases people... why the criminal has right to gases Syrian people? What right he has gases Syrian people?