Skip to comments.Obama Says Iran May Be Key to Pacifying Iraq
Posted on 06/21/2014 9:15:53 AM PDT by John Semmens
Desperate for a way out of having to accept blame for a resumption of civil war in Iraq, President Obama welcomed the intervention of Iranian troops.
Its a case of fighting fire with fire, the President explained. The ISIS are some bad folks, but so are the Iranians. ISIS is terrorizing the Iraqi countryside, but Iran has a long history of aiding terrorist organizations like Hezbollah.
Obama suggested that ISISs acquisition of Saddam Husseins secret stash of weapons of mass destruction could be counterbalanced by Irans secret nuclear weapons. While the United States couldnt credibly threaten ISIS with nuclear retaliation for their use of Saddams poison gases Iran could, the President argued. The regime is already on record welcoming the annihilation of the planet in the name of Allah.
In related news, Secretary of State John Kerry wondered whether the Iraqi governments indifference to the threat of global climate disruption may have contributed to the rise of ISIS. Climate disruption has the potential to kill millions, maybe billions of the Earths inhabitants, Kerry asserted. Im not surprised that many Iraqis watching their government ignore this problem were won over to the insurgency.
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He’s close for once
NUKING Iran is the key to peace in the entire region... and nobody’s going to miss them
LOL John ... think you nail ‘em in the semi sector
The insane for the insane.
Is this factual or satire?
Check just under the title.
Iran and the UN;
Did the Arabs purchase a President?
Chamberlain pacified Britain’s enemies by giving up countries to fascists as well.
Yeah, saw that thanks. But it’s too believable.
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