The same out of touch politicians who can't be bothered to learn about the lack of debt suspension rights for consumers are shocked that the majority of the U.S. public does not want a war with Syria over the alleged Syrian government chemical bombing of their own populace.
I would suggest that the U.S government's inability to catch up with social media rules is the underlying reason. The U.S. still demands complete compliance and secrecy with all it's own secret actions, even if those actions are questionable or illegal, but wants sympathy and support when other governments do wrong.
The U.S. condemns Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden for leaking secrets of potential wrong doing but wants full support when another country does wrong against its own peoples.
When does the U.S. begin to be more transparent?
When the day of more meaningful transparency occurs, than that is probably the day when more people would want the U.S. involved in Syria.
I personally would also like to see drones used to spy and collect data in potential hotspots, and that information shared with the public on an ongoing basis until it becomes rather obvious the present Syrian regime needs to be replaced.
We have drones to bomb places but not to spot sarin gas being used? I would suggest our drone priorities are misplaced.