Are the Dems fearmongering?

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Kerry as well as Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Menendez, D-N.J., said that failing to do so would embolden America's enemies. Menendez said failing to act would send Iran and others the message that the U.S. is "not serious" about its own goals of stopping the proliferation of chemical weapons.

"At the end of the day, our national security is at stake," Menendez said.

Kerry said the evidence shows "beyond a reasonable doubt" that the Assad regime used chemical weapons. He said failing to act would increase the risk that other regimes will do the same.

"Iran is hoping you'll look the other way," he said.