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Thursday, Sept. 12, 2013 | 4:50 p.m.

U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford on Syria, his heart surgery and Obamacare.

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  1. Dear Anjeanette Damon, so only the Syrian Government is capable of using Chemical Weapons?
    Please site your source for your all knowing information... Has our Government ever lied...YES, Do you believe their lies.. sure sounds like it.
    Have you read the Intel report that pins this gas attack on Mr. Assad without any creditable evidence.... How far do your investigative capabilities extent...to reading words off a teleprompter?

    Dear Rep. Horsford, as my congressman, our family is very disappointed that you are non committal on a Syrian Attack unless there is overwhelming evidence to prove Mr. Assad used chemical weapons... Any person with a conscious should say no to any military action against Syria. Your game of I have not made up my mind is disingenuous at best. Why don't you come out and admit... I will vote however my president and Harry ask me to... Were you NOT elected to represent people in Nevada?

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