Since we’re in this fight why can’t we just finish it?
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Last week the House and Senate voted to give President Obama the authority he needs to arm “moderate” Syrian rebels to fight ISIS as fears among Americans about the terror group striking at home continue to rise. Syrian rebels have openly admitted they won’t necessarily use weapons provided by the United States to fight ISIS, but instead against President Bashir Assad. Is arming and training Syrian rebels a good idea? Will it be enough? How will vetting of rebels actually work to prevent arming terrorists? And who exactly are these people?
For some clarification of the issue, the Heritage Foundation’s Steven Bucci joined Fox News’ Lisa Daftari over the weekend to discuss the situation. Bucci argued that arming the rebels is the “weakest and riskiest” part of a three-piece strategy.