Skip to comments.Obama Lining Up ISIS Targets and Keeps 'Prerogative' To Strike
Posted on 06/23/2014 3:01:45 PM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
President Obama is lining up ISIS targets in Iraq and may launch an attack on the militant Islamic militia that is threatening Baghdad even if he does not get an agreement with the Iraqi regime, Secretary of State John Kerry said today.
Speaking in Baghdad after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and other political leaders, Kerry said Obama is each day gaining more certainty of the targets he would strike if the United States decided on its own to take military action.
He has reserved the right to himself, as he should, to make a decision at any point in time if he deems it necessary strategically, Kerry said.
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He would never hurt his buddies. Plus he would take out all the weapons he gave them.
Check the defense budget for crimson paint for yet another red line.
Although it is entirely possible that his side is winning, so there would be no need for action.
Looks like a scene from brokeback mountian.
So how is he going to avoid hitting the “moderate” ISIS terrorists?
He’s liable to strike Baghdad.
At this point I wouldn’t be surprised to see him launch a strike on Amman Jordan.
The gay ranchero?
Kinda make your skin crawl.
I saw a former Gulf Oil Head say that if Iraq goes bad gas prices could go over $5.00 Gallon soon.
As the US gets more domestically sufficient, and the Chinese become the big customer of the middle east, the whole picture may change dramatically.
It’s already creeping up pretty quickly.
All hat and no cattle
Who in their right mind would announce ahead of time what they might do to ISIS? This is the group that butchered its way through a huge portion of Iraq before the DC crowd even knew they existed.
Bad guys wore black hats right?
Not because Iraq produces any oil to speak of, but because shipping blockades are possible.
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