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YOUR THREE CENTS: Do you support U.S. military involvement in Syria?

SYRIA  --  U.S. commanders have laid out a range of possible options for military involvement in Syria.
              
They have also made it clear that any U.S. action would likely be either with NATO backing or with a coalition of nations.
            
The military options could include establishing a no-fly zone or a secured area within Syria, launching airstrikes by drones and fighter jets, and sending in ground forces to secure chemical weapons supplies.
               
The White House announced Thursday that intelligence officials conclude that the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad has twice used sarin gas on its own people.
               
President Barack Obama has called that a "red line" for taking some kind of further action to assist the rebels.
But administration officials say more definitive proof is needed, and that the U.S. isn't ready to escalate its involvement in Syria.

Florida Senator Marco Rubio disagrees, saying the time for passive engagement in this conflict must come to an end.

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