I'm suggesting that maybe we should talk to some actual Syrians before we decide the future of another Middle Eastern nation, for one.
That we consider non-military approaches to improve the lot of civilians, for another.
That we consider the bloodshed military intervention will cause, and take that into account when assessing how much a given strategy will improve things in the area.
That the best options appear to be either "find and destroy the chemical weapons facilities, then get the hell out" (which will require boots on the ground, if we want to be sure we're blowing up chemical weapons plants and not hospitals), or "knock over both Assad and the rebels, then let the people of Syria decide their own future in UN-monitored proceedings."
And maybe, just maybe, that China and Russia should care about actual harm to actual people a bit more than scoring political points.
EDIT: I'm not deciding on a specific strategy because I don't have enough data - but I don't think anybody who is dictating strategy has enough, either.