Christiane 'Amanpour a world famous British-Iranian journalist, currently CNN's chief international correspondent, tore into writers Andrew Sullivan, Charles Blow and Christopher Dickey all of whom spoke against intervention in Syria, echoing the sentiments of most Americans and of Congress:

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She's a journalist, not a moral authority (if such a creature even exists), it's just her opinion. 

And the last thing we need is ANOTHER war! Seriously, they're all over the floor! I step on them barefoot and nearly break my neck! get rid of the ones you have before you start another!

I think it is the smartest move America has made in a long time. All one has to do is look to Africa or Asia to see this kinda thing happening in one way or another, so what go to war against the whole world? With Russia being at Syria's back the fallout could have been catastrophic. I always thought reporters where supposed to be unbiased unless they work for fox.

They are supposed to keep their biases from affecting their reporting. NOBODY is literally unbiased when it comes to something they know and understand.

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