A case may be building for a U.S. military attack against Syria as evidence of sarin gas use comes to light.
Secretary of State John Kerry has confirmed having new evidence.
10/11 News reporter Josh Kellams spoke with several Nebraskans for their reaction on the possibility of an attack on Syria.
Most of those people have said getting involved in Syria might not be the right choice.
Brittni Christensen said, "We're already involved in another war, why start something with a whole other place."
"My personal opinion is that we don't need to get involved. There's nothing going on over there that affects us at the moment" said Austin Howard.
Nebraska Senator Mike Johanns said he expects the administration and congress to work together as the situation continues to develop and the president must fully explain his actions to the American people.
According to President Obama, America must do something about the allegations of chemical weapons use.
President Obama said, "What message will we send if a dictator can gas hundreds of children to death in plain sight and pay no price?"
Obama wants congress to debate and decide an appropriate response and Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry said the U.S. should not bomb Syrians in the name of stopping war in Syria.
Though several government representatives appreciate Obama not making a unilateral decision, some Nebraskans said the US needs a better reason to get involved.
Brittni Christensen said, "I wasn't expecting to stay in a war this long and now that we're thinking about hopping right into another one."
Austin Howard said, "I'm a little nervous to see what Congress has to say about the whole situation."
House leaders say a debate and vote on whether to take military action could happen when Congress returns from vacation the week of Sept. 9.