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After Secretary of State John Kerry said on CNN that he didn’t view the continuing military strikes against ISIS targets as a war, National Security Advisor Susan Rice was dispatched to play cleanup on the network.

“Is the United States at war right now with ISIS?” asked CNN’s Wolf Blitzer during an interview with Rice, adding that it “sounds like a war to me" and asking "Is it fair to call it a war?"

“Well Wolf, I don't know whether you want to call it a war or a sustained counterterrorism campaign,” she said, reminding him that Obama had vowed not to put U.S. combat boots on the ground.

She explained that when Americans thought about war, it was clear that they would think about the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.Scissors-32x32.png

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With ineptness aplenty....and reasoning sparse....


Out comes Susan Rice, with her gravitas...to parse...


The message of Progressives...on how it's not war.....


Unless or until.....it comes right to your door....


Islamic beheading, plus raping & slaverly.....


Leaves Obamunist's acting...all silly & knaverly....


Until after the Mid-Terms....they''ll attempt to do nil....


Ignoring the calamity....as oceans of blood spill....


In their minds it is purely a political view.....


As long as they rule....who cares about you?

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Obama Rejected “Best Military Advice” On Plan To Defeat ISIS



As he laid out his strategy to combat the Islamic State in both Iraq and Syria, President Obama rejected the “best military advice” of his top military commander in the Middle East.


Quoting two U.S. military officials, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday that Army Gen. Lloyd Austin, commander of U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), said “that his best military advice was to send a modest contingent of American troops, principally Special Operations forces, to advise and assist Iraqi army units in fighting the militants.”


......the president had rejected Austin’s recommendation because he believes “it is not in the best interest of American national security to send American combat troops in a combat operation to act on the ground in Iraq.”



Via WeaselZippers

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