Let's do this.
Bombing Syria: good? bad? unknown? If the last, then good? Bad?
Who/what would we be acting on behalf of? The United States/American people? The United Nations? Some subset of the latter? The Assad opposition? Noble ideals? A "red line"? Some of the above?
Perhaps the question I'm most interested in at the moment: what legal document will the President point to authorizing him to commit an act of war against Syria? Or have we reached the point that no one cares anymore as long as the "right" people/nations/things are being targeted?
When do we stop? Is this some sort of Goldilocks bombing campaign with just the right amount of explosive ordinance, neither to much nor too little? How much of a deterrent is this to any future would-be users of chemical weapons if, after the proper amount of bombing is applied, Assad is still there and, indeed, if he's around three years from now?
How much is this going to cost? Could the money be spent better elsewhere?