WHERE IS THE COALTION AIR STRIKE … ISIS Holds Military Parade in West Anbar Celebrating Victory in Ramadi
AM I MISSING SOMETHING … HOW IN THE HELL IS OBAMA’S COALITION AIR CAMPAIGN NOT TARGETING THIS ISIS VICTORY PARADE!!!
File this one under unbelievable. Following ISIS’s victory in Rimadi, that the Obama White House and their spin doctors are calling a setback, ISIS conducted a victory parade through Rimadi like conquering heroes. WHAT THE HELL!!! Are you kidding me that the Coalition of the Willing, which more like under the leadership of Barack Obama is more the the Coalition of the Unwilling.
Who is the JV, looks more and more like Obama everyday.
How was this row of ISIS terrorists not taken out? It is obvious that Barack Obama is not serious in the slightest of eliminating ISIS. These columns of ISIS vehicles would have been easier to hit than clay pigeons. Remember when Obama pledged to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the Islamic State? Yeah, you can keep your doctor and insurance too.
Hmm, look like ducks on a pond just waiting for an airstrike …
IT HAS been apparent for some time that the United States lacks a strategy to fulfill President Obama’s pledge to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the Islamic State since it has no plan to root out the terrorists’ base in Syria. There was hope, though, that Mr. Obama’s half-measures might be enough to blunt the Islamic State’s advances in Iraq, leaving the Syria problem for the next U.S. president. With the stunning fall of Ramadi on Sunday, even that modest optimism is questionable.
“ISIL is on the defensive, and ISIL is going to lose,” Mr. Obama declared on Feb. 11, using an acronym for the Islamic State. “We’ve seen reports of sinking morale among ISIL fighters as they realize the futility of their cause.” The Iraqi army’s capture of Tikrit the following month seemed to provide confirmation.
But U.S. airstrikes late last week proved powerless to block a sophisticated Islamic State offensive to capture Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province 80 miles west of Baghdad. Once again, the Islamist terrorists are slaughtering captives and sending civilians fleeing in fear. Once again, they have seized U.S. military equipment, including about 30 vehicles the government sent into Ramadi the day before its fall. Once again, in the absence of more intensive help from the United States, the Iraqi government is turning to Shiite militia and the Iranian armed forces that support them. Iran’s defense minister, Brig. Gen. Hossein Dehqan, flew into Baghdad on Monday. (read the rest)