Washington Post: Iraq strikes have no...

Washington Post: Iraq strikes have no clear policy

There are 1 comment on the Salt Lake Tribune story from Aug 10, 2014, titled Washington Post: Iraq strikes have no clear policy. In it, Salt Lake Tribune reports that:

President Obama was right to order military action to prevent a potential genocide in northern Iraq and to stop forces of the al-Qaida-derived Islamic State from advancing on Baghdad or the Kurdish capital of Irbil.

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#1 Aug 10, 2014
Obama says the USA is not the Iraqi Air Force (while we are bombing ISIS). What are we then? Tourists just visiting? And after the blustering about containing ISIS, we have begun withdrawing State Department staff from the Kurdish capitol because we cannot contain the ISIS surge. And now the Maliki government in Iraq, whom we put in charge has told us to "Get Lost!" And we're about to plunge into an Islamic holy war. Are we crazy in addition to being stupid?

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