In all the public debate and news coverage about Syria and Assad's use of chemical weapons to kill his own people, I'm not hearing too much general outrage about that fact.
Let's have a moment of silence, and let's put aside the antiseptic arguments about whether there should be a "limited" response or how many nations will support punitive action.
Then let's talk about the horror and evil of killing one's own countrymen with ghastly weapons.
In my mind, that's also one of the main points in this dialogue.
Death by poison gas is grisly, it's despicable.
Imagine watching your child die in a plume of poison gas....
Let's feel more outrage.