why war with isis?
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bobolinq

Grand Rapids, MI

#1 Aug 24, 2014
thousands of Americans are killed every year in this country and we don't go to war on ourselves.
i say let the rest of the world take over policing; we don't seem to have a good handle on this practice as yet.

“Selected Marksman”

Since: Aug 08

Northern Virginia

#2 Aug 25, 2014
bobolinq wrote:
thousands of Americans are killed every year in this country and we don't go to war on ourselves.
i say let the rest of the world take over policing; we don't seem to have a good handle on this practice as yet.
Please see the definition of caliphate. This is the goal of isis.
Trying to equate Americans killing Americans to isis wanting to kill anyone who does not follow their sick version of islam is moot and makes no sense what so ever.
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#3 Aug 25, 2014
Mr Wiggley wrote:
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Please see the definition of caliphate. This is the goal of isis.
Trying to equate Americans killing Americans to isis wanting to kill anyone who does not follow their sick version of islam is moot and makes no sense what so ever.
Hello Mr Wiggley. Nice to see you here again. Agree with your comment. It's also too easy to just say America is war-weary and therefore it's someone else's problem. These radicals are set on killing not just individual Americans, but America as a whole, and any other nation that they've deemed infidel,. They've made no pretenses about their goal, and are obviously actively growing - hardly "on the run" or "Minor league", as our current administration seems to think they are.

Therefore, whether we're sick to death of war or not, America must stand up and protect itself, militarily if necessary, with something more than an apology tour and exposing of our exit strategy to our sworn enemies for political reasons.
pipedream

Grand Blanc, MI

#5 Aug 25, 2014
Oneal wrote:
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Hello Mr Wiggley. Nice to see you here again. Agree with your comment. It's also too easy to just say America is war-weary and therefore it's someone else's problem. These radicals are set on killing not just individual Americans, but America as a whole, and any other nation that they've deemed infidel,. They've made no pretenses about their goal, and are obviously actively growing - hardly "on the run" or "Minor league", as our current administration seems to think they are.
Therefore, whether we're sick to death of war or not, America must stand up and protect itself, militarily if necessary, with something more than an apology tour and exposing of our exit strategy to our sworn enemies for political reasons.
LOL No job but still looking for friends?
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#6 Aug 25, 2014
pipedream wrote:
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LOL No job but still looking for friends
We know, Squeak. We feel sorry for you too ... really!
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#7 Aug 25, 2014
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/danieldoherty/20...
ISIS captures another military base.
They killed army commanders and pro-government militiamen, decapitating them before putting their bodies and heads on display.
In the neighboring province of Deir el-Zour, Islamic State fighters also have overwhelmed outposts held by Syrian rebels, systematically picking off towns and villages one by one through force and intimidation.
In yet another illogical act of mis-directed transparency, President Fucktard's lackeys told the press in between rounds of golf that the celebrity-in-chief is considering U.S. airstrikes in Syria against militants of the Islamic State.

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#9 Aug 25, 2014
http://www.alternet.org/world/how-isis-ended-...

Interesting,..... we are fighting ISIS who is armed with weapons that our current vacationer/golfer in chief left behind in his ill advised haste to leave Iraq, just so he could make his claim about getting out troops out of there!
What the heck? The Martha's Vineyard golfer got our troops out, but left all of those weapons over there for these terrorist's to have.
Was that a coincidence?
The Muslim Brotherhood is the most popular visitor to the White House.
Makes you wonder,.........

Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#10 Aug 26, 2014
kookierecluse wrote:
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Not all of us! I enjoy watching flesh pole lover make a fool of himself.
LOL ... he IS a creepy, funny little ankle-biter.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/william-bradley...
What's even funnier is HuffPoo carrying articles by nosebleed progressives calling Obama's reluctance to bomb Syria "his worst decision ever". Weren't these the same anti-war nutballs who demanded he pull everyone out and leave everything behind?

I don't know if this is Obama's worst decision ever. In fact, I'm not even sure this is HIS decision at all. Maybe Valerie Jarrett, or George Soros or Bill Ayers, but it appears President Asshat's biggest decision is whether to use a 5 wood or an iron.
Dr X

Grandville, MI

#13 Aug 26, 2014
kookierecluse wrote:
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To be clear...for everyone on Earth, Obama's worst decision was deciding to breathe when he was born.
Here's one for you, OBAMA IS ISIS/ISIL. He wants the caliphate, always has.
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#14 Aug 27, 2014
kookierecluse wrote:
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Not all of us! I enjoy watching flesh pole lover make a fool of himself.
The definition of Sociopath from the Mayo Clinic reads like a biography of most progressives:

•Disregard for right and wrong
•Persistent lying or deceit to exploit others
•Using charm or wit to manipulate others for personal gain or for sheer personal pleasure
•Intense egocentrism, sense of superiority and exhibitionism
•Recurring difficulties with the law
•Repeatedly violating the rights of others by the use of intimidation, dishonesty and misrepresentation
•Child abuse or neglect
•Hostility, significant irritability, agitation, impulsiveness, aggression or violence
•Lack of empathy for others and lack of remorse about harming others
•Unnecessary risk-taking or dangerous behaviors
•Poor or abusive relationships
•Irresponsible work behavior
•Failure to learn from the negative consequences of behavior
•Habit of accusing others for that which they are guilty

Causes:
•Being subjected to verbal, physical or sexual abuse during childhood
•Unstable or chaotic family life during childhood
•Loss of parents through traumatic divorce during childhood
•History of substance abuse in parents or other family members
Roger Plafkin

Grand Rapids, MI

#20 Aug 29, 2014
We can always do what President Truman did to end World War Two with Japan; he used the ultimate weapon that we had in order to prevent thousands of Americans from losing their lives trying to take the Japanese Islands. Roger Plafkin-Plafkin Farms, Ada, Michigan
Colonel Sanders

Denver, CO

#21 Aug 29, 2014
Roger Plafkin wrote:
We can always do what President Truman did to end World War Two with Japan; he used the ultimate weapon that we had in order to prevent thousands of Americans from losing their lives trying to take the Japanese Islands. Roger Plafkin-Plafkin Farms, Ada, Michigan
What a buffoon you are
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#23 Sep 3, 2014
Phil wrote:
Pentagon officials have given Obama detailed briefings on the rise of ISIS for a year now.
Does anyone have any faith in Obama paying attention to Pentagon briefings? Was he even present when these details were made available, or was he on one of his never-ending progressive organ-grinder campaign events?

This is what happens when ill-educated dolts elect a social radical based entirely on physical appearance. The same angry, class-envy morons that based their last two votes on skin color (likely the only time they've ever voted in their lives), will vote for Hillary because she has a vagina and SNL thinks she's "cool".

If you asked the average democrat voter who ISIS is they'd probably ask you if she's a pop star, like Ariana Grande. One thing is certain, they wouldn't have a clue, nor a care, that Americans are being beheaded by this group of radicals. In fact, it wouldn't surprise me if nearly half of these morons actually supported ISIS's actions, considering nearly 40% of today's self-subscribed liberals aren't proud to be American.
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#26 Sep 3, 2014
Rob wrote:
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Most of those morons are too tide up with sports and the comedy channel for their news to get the real news. I'm sure Jon Stewart has mentioned ISIS once or twice by now.
It's obvious the liberals have been successful in creating a large segment of indoctrinated social radicals and ill-educated, naive fools that will vote democrat irregardless of reality and common sense.
If you were to ask a common Obama-voter what the biggest issues America is facing right now they would say our own police force, some retarded fantasy war on women, and "faux nose". Not a single one would say ISIS. Not a single one would even know what ISIS stands for. "Who's this Ice-Iss you talking' bout? He a white rapper or som'pin'??"

Is Obama taking a prudent and wise tact in not angrily whipping out the carpet bomb threat? Yes. We've been down that road before and it's fairly common sense by now that we're not going to bomb our way out of terrorist threats.

But what kind of idiot would show up to a press conference in a tan suit, looking like he was on his way to a cocktail party, and state before the entire viewing world who had just witnessed the horrific beheading of an American, that "we have no strategy" in dealing with the threat?

A tone deaf social radical who's better suited for street organizing racists than leading the free world, that's who!

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#28 Sep 3, 2014
Obama wont do anything. He Is a lame duck, he doesn't care. It's all about his celebrity status now.

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#29 Sep 3, 2014
Rob wrote:
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I repeat "No Boots On The Ground!"
http://news.yahoo.com/obama-sending-350-more-...
There are already some 3,000 troops over there!
My cousin is over there now!
That's a good one,.....no troops on the ground..........
yeah..........Obama!
Idea Maker

Plainwell, MI

#33 Sep 7, 2014
we r at war w/ al-qaida

isis is an al-qaida group

therefore, we should fight isis

i understand americans being tired of war. but fighting isis is NOT the same as fighting saddam, fighting the taliban, nation building iraq and afganistan
mike

Oxford, MI

#37 Sep 9, 2014
Obama leads from behind
Phil

Oxford, MI

#38 Sep 12, 2014
mike wrote:
Obama leads from behind
I'm willing to say he does not lead at all. Unless it's in a downward direction.
Phil

Oxford, MI

#39 Sep 16, 2014
Still no boots on the ground but the 1100 already there. We're getting closer all the time.

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