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Thanks to The Onion we have this headline: Poll: Majority Of Americans Approve Of Sending Congress To Syria. The Onion tweeted: “With violence intensifying every day, now's the right moment for the United States to send our legislators to Syria.”

While there’s talk of Syria on the table, Mother Jones has a map of All The Countries John McCain Has Wanted to Attack. John McQuaid wrote, “In his defense, John McCain has left the entire Western Hemisphere alone.” Timothy B. Lee from the Washington Post said, “John McCain loves war. A true heir to Teddy Roosevelt.” Jennifer Bendery from the Huffington Post tweeted, “This is hilarious.” Lauren Fox from U.S. News & World Report added, “I mean, everyone should take a look just to see red ‘angry McCain’ heads.” Sahil Kapur added this bit of inside information, “I can report that @timothypmurphy was working on this fine piece at a party last night.”

Rosie Gray at BuzzFeed found out that a Republican Congressman is Fundraising Off Syria Stance. McKay Coppins with BuzzFeed wrote, “If only Romney had learned the art of fundraising off flip-flops like this…” Bill Hammond at the New York Daily News tweeted this quote from the fundraising e-mails: "Will you stand with me in opposing President Obama’s plan with a donation of $25 or more right now?” Reid Pillifant from Capital New York added, “Michael Grimm says it was a vendor who sent his fundraising emails about Syria.”

Following his defeat in Parliament, David Cameron took to Google Plus to tout the awesomeness of England. He starts: “Britain may be a small island, but I would challenge anyone to find a country with a prouder history, a bigger heart or greater resilience.” Jenny Hauser at Storyful said, “Cameron reckons Britain ‘invented most of the things worth inventing.’” David Gilbert with the International Business Times said, “David Cameron didn't quite get it right with Twitter, so he thought he'd give Google+ a go.” James Titcomb with the Telegraph added, “Prime Minister goes all Hugh Grant, Google rejoices as someone actually uses G+.”

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