|How would you like the money? sumatriptan 100 mg price President Obama’s remarks concerning Syria on August 30th were troubling on three counts that received scant attention. First, he based his legitimacy on so-called international norms instead of invoking natural law. The Syrian regime’s use of chemical weapons violates God’s natural law and natural rights. It was and is a direct attack against human dignity, human rights and human freedom. Second is his telegraphing that any American attack will be short and narrow. Third, and most hypocritical, is the focus on the type of weapons used instead of the actual deaths. Obama stated, “What we will do is consider options that meet the narrow concern around chemical weapons, understanding that there is not going to be a solely military solution to the underlying conflict and tragedy that’s taking place in Syria.” This is a playing a statistical game about death in international relations. We are now engaged in weighing the quantification of death and the style of death. This is tragic, immoral and disturbed. It is, like much with this administration, a victory for tortured jargon and technocracy over substance and morality.