“If he turns his weapons on his own people, he runs the risk,” Mr. Lieberman, Connecticut independent, said on “Fox News Sunday.” “There is a precedent now … we’re not going to allow Assad to slaughter his own people.”
“Every one of these countries is different,” Mr. McCain, Arizona Republican, said.
On CNN’s “State of the Union,” Sen. Carl Levin, Michigan Democrat, also stopped short of backing the possibility of another American-led military intervention, this time in Syria, where anti-government protesters are being killed by security forces.
The senator said the intervention in Libya has the support of the international community, including the Arab League.
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