What could Syrian President Bashar al-Assad be thinking?
Attacking Houla again? Killing more women and children?
Kofi Annan is on the case -- and the warpath.
The best geopolitical analysts agree that nothing is more dangerous than re-angering the tough-talking, former United Nations Secretary General Annan.
Our sources have discovered a statement that Mr. Annan plans to make if over 1000 more women and children are killed by the Assad forces:
"This is directed to the honorable presidency of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad: please stop or at least lessen the murdering of innocent civilians in your country. If you don't, I may be forced to forge a commission next year to study why you continue to ignore the world-wide disagreement with some of your policies."
All observers agree that Kofi Annan has come to the end of his rope.
President Obama also is reported to be "strongly dissatisfied" with Syria's "continued difficulties."
Prof. Vatz teaches political rhetoric at Towson University.