Battleships to crack a nut?

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Battleships to crack a nut?

Since Syria’s problems stem from its nutty president and associated Yes men versus a wide selection of non-Syrian rebel groups with their own agendas mixed in with genuine Syrian anti-Assad freedom fighters, surely a visit by a US SEAL team similar to the recent US ‘Get Bin Laden’ team would be more appropriate and definitely less expensive for US and Syrian tax payers? After all Assad’s army is perfectly capable of continuing to reduce Syria to ruins without the help of a UN ring of steel pumping shells from around the coasts. I only suggest this to limit that sanitized term ‘Collateral Damage’ as the USA apparently considers itself free and self-justified to eliminate or spy upon any selected target around the planet. The preferable alternative is to back away and concentrate upon bringing aid to the suffering Syrian population.