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All of this Syria Iran the naval -- in the Persian gulf.
As Washington struggles with the reality of looming military budget cuts as a result of so called sequestration.
Fox News national security analyst -- -- -- -- Only national security posts under presidents Nixon Ford and Reagan.
Let's begin first with Syria and the defense secretaries.
A suggestion that this regime doesn't have much.
More time consuming more questions and we have answers into what would have levels and the -- we didn't hear about the -- doing anything a month ago.
They were getting massacred in cities they didn't have anything to fight back but they didn't have.
Any equipment and now all of a sudden you're able to get a suicide bomber.
Right into the heart of the most secure part of the country that the top leadership.
So -- who are these rebels are they are they al-Qaeda are they islamists are they well meaning Liberal Democrats -- just don't know.
I do know though that rebel groups went to Moscow two weeks ago I went to Iran last week is any of this done with their cooperation.
Who are these people I don't think well known to -- time tells the other I'm -- her one suggestion now.
-- -- -- these -- two people that aside didn't like that he was trying to get rid that they were people who weren't on the inner circle.
So I think -- my time out now.
Only time will talent and intelligence again is -- -- as you say.
Because this is starting to play out a little.
-- as did Egypt as did Libya in that there is considerable at least public confusion.
On the part of the administration and our intelligence agencies sister who is doing -- In league with whom didn't.
-- we've divine what is happening after the after the fact.
-- and a tragedy is that we're looking at -- situation with her from the Atlantic to the Persian gulf all of these countries are are having.
Leadership changes whether their chaotic leadership change has been very few other instance transitions and we always seem to be reacting after the fact we pull the rug out from under -- very quickly.
What's happened there.
We're seeing in Egypt but by the end of issuer is gonna face food shortages we're looking at and Ed Saudi Arabia.
Our country that used to get close ally of the United States I want to talk to listen.
And a recent for -- in in the age of two days ago.
Saying that but the Egyptian people want to talk about jobs they want to talk about their economy right and move beyond.
The discussion of politics at this point and get things food on the absolutely right in the country moving up.
The Security Council vote tomorrow -- what would likely go -- will be the likely result.
I think Russia still is in a position where -- going to block anything Russia's got a lot of stake in Syria if they're only country in the Middle East that they have a close relationship with your toe hold in the Middle East they have a very lucrative for them military supply relationship.
And I have a port.
That they it's their only one -- -- Mediterranean they don't want to lose those things with the news Syrian regime.
Those are things aside -- guarantee to them so it's not clear if that Russia has an idea that it can choose a successor.
Suicide fine I think it goes along with just about anything but if what we're facing is Syria in chaos Syria and a multiparty civil war.
Who knows where that spreads as it spread to Jordan does it spread to Lebanon.
-- -- -- They're very vast piles of chemical weapons that we -- so -- was the world's largest stockpile of chemical weapons we know they started moving.
At last week we just don't know where to have so again too many questions very few answers.
Do you believe that the Defense Secretary has it right when -- sounds that this is spiraling out of control pro -- I guess spiral out of control for everybody.
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