“I have been working in the Middle East this month meeting with regional leaders and have intentionally held back my skepticism because I would like to offer President Obama a deal,” Stockman said. “I am prepared to vote in favor of Obama’s folly if he can fully and truthfully answer eleven questions about the Syria operation and his bungling of it.”
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The other questions mostly touch on the potential consequences of a U.S. strike and reflect the deep skepticism in Congress. Not counting Stockman, 190 House members — 152 Republicans and 38 Democrats — lean against approving the strikes, according to The Hill's latest whip count.
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