Laura Ingraham hosted Lt. Col. Ralph Peters.
Peters said even though Senator McCain is the only politician he ever supported at a national level, he feels McCain doesn't see a war he doesn't like and that the reasons for war are murky at best. He said the worse case case scenarios should be considered which didn't happen in Iraq. He emphsaized that he has no sympathy with Syria's Assad, but asked what the consequences of his ouster in the Middle East and beyond.
Peters said the hawks can't guarantee that weapons won't get into the hands of al-Qaeda and other terror groups. He was for arming the Syrian rebels several years ago before al-Qaeda got involved. Peters said he can live with Obama going to Congress for approval of a strike on Syria as they represent the American people and can be voted out of office if the voters don't agree with them.