James Woods: Perhaps UK didn’t want to follow a community organizer into quicksand

While president Obama still grapples with his decision on the deployment of U.S. military in Syria, reportedly dodging an important conference call on the matter with Congress, British Prime Minister David Cameron said he would not go against the will of Parliament that voted not to intervene.

Although he didn’t agree with its difficult decision, Cameron said the “government would act accordingly,” and news spread around the world Friday morning.

“It is clear to me that the British parliament, reflecting the views of the British people, does not want to see British military action,” he said.

Quick-witted and not shy about his feelings toward Obama, actor James Woods had a few profound observations about why Britain might not want to rush into war given the current leadership in the U.S.:

Representative Ted Cruz and members of the U.S. Congress made their own observations about the serious debate and the way Obama is handling it. Cruz kicked it off with this Twitter picture:

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