Nov 15, 2015

Remind me again what our strategy is against Islamic State | PJ Tatler

President Obama can't make up his mind about what we should be doing with Islamic State.Think of all the different policies he has proposed -- all of which have failed spectacularly. First, we were going to 'degrade and destroy' ISIS. Then, in an interview broadcast on Friday just hours before the Paris attacks, he said 'our goal has been first to contain' ISIS, which is a far cry from 'degrade...

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