Just when I thought you couldn't sink any lower. Not only do you not reference the gross and indefensible illegality of the United States' actions in Syria, you repeat propaganda to cover up your complete ignorance.
Your jingoistic chant quickly falls apart when reality is brought to light. The Western media's coverage right from of the start of the conflict falsely claimed that Syrians wanted the ouster of Assad when external polls showed that the majority of Syrians supported him.
Ironically Obama's approval rating was lower than Assad's at the time of the protests, and all polls that I have seen show that more Syrians supported Assad than Americans supported Obama.
The New York Times and Time reported that Assad had popular support. Little attention was paid to the large pro-government protests. Think about that for a second and put it in context of what you are saying.
Also missing from the Western reporting was that the protesters were heavily armed and more police and security forces were killed than protesters. The fact that many of these protests were
infiltrated by Western "fighters" was completely omitted.
Former Al-Jazeera reporter Ali Hashem had footage of armed men crossing into Syria from Lebanon before the protests. Al-Jazeera refused to air this. Keep in mind that Qatar partially funds Al-Jazeera, wants the overthrow of Assad, and supports ISIS.
In any case, even if Assad decided out of the blue to start killing protesters, it doesn't change the fact that the United States is violating both international and constitutional law... period.
Your level of misinformation is appalling and a testament to how effective propaganda can be. It's not like the destruction of Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya (all based on lies) happened last century. Before you sink any lower, do yourself a favor and read the following article (I also highly recommend it to readers on this site):
The Revolutionary Distemper in Syria That Wasn’t
Oh Yunzer... it's misguided individuals like yourself that are the impediment. It's time to stop looking for those weapons of mass destruction.