Aside from the fact that what is to be destroyed (sometime in the next year) can easily be replaced, I suppose we should all be content that no American troops, missiles and angst will be wasted in saving our "red line capacity."
As golfers are wont to say, "Sometimes even a blind hog finds an acorn."*
Of course, sometimes there are landmines:
“This situation has no precedent,” said Amy E. Smithson, an expert on chemical weapons at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. “They are cramming what would probably be five or six years’ worth of work into a period of several months, and they are undertaking this in an extremely difficult security environment due to the ongoing civil war.”Not to be cynical (or more cynical) but is the destruction "red line" before or after the next U.S. mid-term elections?
*If you are unfamiliar with this expression, see here. Geez, Friedrich Schiller? Huh.