Several voters voiced their opinions on a possible military strike. But Congressman Guthrie says he knows where he's voting on the issue.
"When you think about this stuff constantly," said Congressman Guthrie, "it's a big decision. And I don't know anything I'll hear that will make me change my mind. But like I said, I think I should get to Washington and hear what they have to say and then make that decision. But what I've heard, I'm not willing to go for it."
Guthrie says most of his constituents say they are also against a military strike.