Monday, November 16, 2015

Obama defends his non-existent strategy against Islamic State

President Obama doesn't have a coherent strategy against ISIS, unless you count appearing to do "something" and running out the clock until he's out of office in fourteen months.

He tried to defend the non-existent at a press conference today during the G20 summit.

From CNN via KTLA:
"We have the right strategy and we're going to see it through," Obama said. "There will be an intensification of the strategy we have put forward, but the strategy we have put forward is the strategy that will ultimately work" though it will take time.

He said that airstrikes by the U.S.-led coalition have been effective in taking out key members of the terror group's leadership and that a large presence of ground troops in Syria would be a "mistake."
Hello Obama! Never telegraph to an enemy--although Dear Leader won't used that word--what you will or won't do. The fear of the unknown is powerful weapon--but so is a bullet through the brain.

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