CIA veterans demand that Obama show what evidence he has about Syria. It is undisputed that someone used poison gas. It is unclear who that was. The Obama administration has simply repeated the claim that the Syrian government used chemical weapons. The Obama administration claims to be as confident in 2013 as …the Bush administration was in 2002 of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction - which turned out to be a baldfaced lie.
There are two competing stories about who used the poison gas.
The US government claims it was the Syrian government. Congressman Allen Grayson (D-FL) has been given the classified briefing, and remains unconvinced that the Obama Administration is telling the truth.
A Minnesota-based news service, Mint Press News, reported "Syrians in Ghouta Claim Saudi-Supplied Rebels Behind Chemical Attack".
Journalist Jim Naureckas of the media watchdog group, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR), asks, "Which Syrian Chemical Attack Account is More Credibie?" Naureckas makes the case the the Mint Press Account is more credible. Naureckas points out that the Obama Administration's account is far more vague and less specific than…Colin Powell's address to the UN on Iraq, which turned out to be full of lies.
But read Naureckas' account and make up your own mind.