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Obama Loses Iraq to Al Qaeda

There is no other way to paint the disaster that is unfolding in Iraq. Sunni Islamic extremists are on the march and have overrun the cities of Mosul and Tikrit:

Al-Qaida-inspired militants pushed deeper into Iraq’s Sunni heartland Wednesday, swiftly conquering Saddam Hussein’s hometown of Tikrit as soldiers and security forces abandoned their posts and yielded ground once controlled by U.S. forces.

The advance into former insurgent strongholds that had largely been calm before the Americans withdrew less than three years ago is spreading fear that Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, struggling to hold onto power after indecisive elections, will be unable to stop the Islamic militants as they press closer to Baghdad.

Fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant militant group took control Tuesday of much of Iraq’s second-largest city, Mosul, sending an estimated half a million people fleeing from their homes. As in Tikrit, the Sunni militants were able to move in after police and military forces melted away after relatively brief clashes.

As I warned a few weeks ago, US counter terrorism officials are very worried about the ability of Maliki’s government to defend Baghdad and the foreign diplomats in the Green Zone.

The most likely scenario at this point is that Iran will intervene in Iraq and help its Shia allies fight the Sunnis. This will be an escalation of the war already underway in Syria. The Sunni extremists reportedly had gotten their hands on US weapons and almost $500 million in cash. This remnant of Al Qaeda is now the wealthiest terrorist group in the world.

What is unfolding in Iraq could lead to a dramatic expansion of war in the Middle East. Heck of a job Barack.

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    • jrterrier

      WTF

  • BannedAgain18

    “Obama Loses Iraq to Al Qaeda”

    I thought Larry Johnson was suppose to be a terrorist expert. Even in your own quote above the very first thing it says is “Al-Qaida-inspired militants”; ie. they are not Al Qaeda. In fact, if you knew anything about the players involved you would know that Isis was disavowed by Al Qaeda. The two groups are at odds.

    Not sure how Obama lost Iraq. Was not Obama’s to lose. The U.S. is not involved in Iraq any more. Iraq is a free and sovereign nation. What are you expecting the U.S. to get involved in a civil war between the Sunni and the Shia in Iraq?

    More crack analysis by Larry Johnson. This guy has not a clue about what he is talking about.

    • Popsmoke

      It is alive! You spin so fast that you make an EF5 Tornado look like a gentle summer breeze… I sincerely hope you don’t believe the spin you push just for the sake of politics.

  • John_Frank

    FYI – McCain: Obama’s entire national security team should resign over Iraq
    http://thehill.com/policy/defense/209150-mccain-iraq-shows-obama-needs-a-new-team

    - and –

    John McCain to Obama: Take Action in Iraq Now
    http://youtu.be/imdEcvkVsKY

  • Retired_from_SPOnaj

    Americans being evacuated from Iraq. New Obama/Clinton campaign slogan: “Women and children shall flee today, but not before the USA.” (With apologies to the old Army Security Agency, who invented the slogan, with “ASA” in the place of “USA.” This became an informal ASA saying after an ASA soldier, shot in the back, became the first American soldier who was not an advisor killed in Vietnam.)

    • KlugerRD

      The video of the helicopter that took Bergdahl out of Afghanistan and released by the Taliban was symbolic and reminiscent of the last helicopter that flew off the embassy in Saigon.

      What I am upset about is that Obama has shown no respect for the Americans who died in the Iraq War. He almost seems to want the country to fall into Al Qaeda hands just to prove his so-called position as a State Senator that we should have never gone in.

  • jrterrier

    Romney is on Caputo — he sure looks good. Making intelligent statements. Breath of fresh air.

    • Dissentispatriotic

      Saw that segment and agree.

    • Retired_from_SPOnaj

      Are you saying that Romney looks more “presidential” than Obama? Sounds like racism to me.

  • jrterrier

    Biden just communicated to Al Malaki that US is prepared to intensify & accelerate security support to Iraq. Gee, if we’d done that 2 weeks ago, when first asked, things might not have gone downhill so fast.

    http://af.reuters.com/article/commoditiesNews/idAFL2N0OT1OM20140612

    • Retired_from_SPOnaj

      Biden communicated? Where’s Obama, taking a little golf break?

    • John_Frank

      What does the VP mean when he says “the United Sates is prepared to intensify and accelerate security cooperation with Iraq?”

      Specifically:

      What “security cooperation” are we talking about?

      Is there something that Iraq must do before we “intensify and accelerate security cooperation?”

      I am sure that Maliki is “delighted” to know that VP Biden expressed U.S. solidarity with Iraq in its fight against insurgents. Gee thanks for the hug Joe.

      Notice that he did not say in its fight against ISIL, ISIS or terrorists.

      Does this mean that the US is acknowledging that this is broad based Sunni uprising against the Iraqi Government?

  • KenoshaMarge

    Obama doesn’t seem to understand that saying a war is over doesn’t count unless both warring parties say so.

    • John_Frank

      But, but … he said it, so it must be true. /sarc

      • Deapster

        (Shhhhhhhh …….. Obama lies.)

        • KenoshaMarge

          I don’t think we need to whisper about it Deap, that cat is pretty much out of the bag.

      • KenoshaMarge

        He says a lot of things that just aren’t true. Back, way back, in my younger years we used to call that lying.
        And come to think of it, even way back then, just because someone said something didn’t necessarily make it true. Those who still believe anything this serial liar says are dumber than dirt. But at least dirt is useful.

        • Retired_from_SPOnaj

          Are you saying that Obama wasn’t created out of the love that his Mom and Dad felt because of the Selma march?

          • John_Frank

            ROFL …. cruel and hilarious.

          • jrterrier

            LOL

          • KenoshaMarge

            Only if they were both physics and saw into the future and the 1965 voting rights march in Selma.

            Although the only march daddy dearest seems to have been interested in was marching the hell out of town.

  • John_Frank

    Good afternoon. For those who are interested:

    Voices from Iraq: ‘We have lived enough years of revenge and tyranny’
    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jun/12/voices-from-iraq-mosul-samarra-isis

    Makes for an interesting read.

    - and -

    Understanding The ISIS Offensive in Iraq (Media Roundup)
    http://islamicommentary.org/2014/06/understanding-the-isis-offensive-in-iraq/

    All of the authors are knowledgeable. One thing that becomes clear is that ISIS fighters, while spearheading the advance, are operating in conjunction with local forces, including elements of the Iraqi Army under Saddam Hussein.

    People may also find of interest:

    How to respond to the ISIS threat
    http://globalpublicsquare.blogs.cnn.com/2014/06/12/how-to-respond-to-the-isis-threat/

    People will note that all of the authors are from the “progressive” side of the aisle.

    Also, to stay up to date on events as they take place:

    Iraq crisis: Isis militants close in on Baghdad – live coverage
    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jun/12/crisis-in-iraq-insurgents-take-major-cities-live-blog

    Among other things, it is being reported that:

    Iran has sent in troops to help the Maliki Government, while massing forces on the border.
    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jun/12/crisis-in-iraq-insurgents-take-major-cities-live-blog#block-5399eb41e4b0bc906f6b5f85

    - and -

    Americans are being evacuated from a major Iraqi base north of Baghdad, AP reports.
    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jun/12/crisis-in-iraq-insurgents-take-major-cities-live-blog#block-5399f381e4b06fa6efefb4f2

    In other news:

    Russians Warn Arab Officials on the New Warfare: Is this the Beginning of a New Bipolar World Order?
    http://mebriefing.com/?p=790

    On May 23, 42 Arab military and security officials attending the third annual Moscow International Security Conference were briefed by a team of top Russian government officials on the growing danger of “color revolutions.” The uniform message presented by the Russian speakers was that the United States and NATO have adopted a new mode of warfare, focused on the use of irregular warfare forces, religious fanatics, and mercenaries, combined with the heavy use of information warfare. In a series of English language power-point graphs and maps, presenters gave a detailed chronology of the past decade, highlighting Western regime change operations in Ukraine, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Libya and Yemen.

    Russian officials and several Belarus counterparts argued that the U.S. and Western allies have devised a new form of warfare which is cheaper than all former modes of large-scale conventional warfare, produces fewer casualties, but seeks to achieve the same regime change objectives. They argued that this new form of irregular warfare violates the Geneva conventions, draws civilian populations directly into conflicts, and violates other traditional rules of war. They also asserted that the efforts have frequently failed, leading to widespread instability and the global spread of terrorism. The Russian speakers argued that, while the US and other Western powers profess to oppose terrorism, the consequences of their “color revolutions” have frequently bolstered the very terrorist organizations they are simultaneously combating.

    • S7teen70six

      Imagine this. We just might have the United States of America and Iran acting as allies to help protect Iraq. Terrorism makes for strange bedfellows.

    • wyntre

      Excellent link.

      Can anyone tell me if sharia law is more favored by the sunnis or the shites? I have been googling but nothing I find is very clear.

      • http://noquarterusa.net Larry Johnson

        There is no such thing as a “SHARIA LAW.” That’s like calling for a Bible Based Government. Which part of the Bible? Old Testament? New Testament? So, there are sunnis and shia that insist they have the correct vision and version of what islam is and try to enforce that as “sharia.” In terms of sheer numbers, probably more Sunni.

        • wyntre

          Thanks. It’s very confusing. I guess I had the impression that the most extreme Islamists were followers of “Shariah Law.” For example, Boku Haram. And I thought the ISIS contingent were intent on imposing Sharia Law as they take over Mosul and Tikrit while the Shites are more moderate.

          Do you have links to articles explaining this further?

          • PoliticalWaif

            wyntre, LJ has it right, and yes… it’s darned confusing. I’ll add some thoughts, and I’m sure many others can jump in to the turbulent waters as well.

            As I understand it, shariah is the canonical law of the Qur’an – or God’s (aka Allah’s) “eternal and immutable will for humanity and Muhammad’s example.” You might view this as Bible doctrine – teaching basic “law”, or will and Christian behavior as best exampled by Jesus Christ. However this mutates vis a vis their preferred Biblical translations. And there is no shortage of nuanced differences between Christian denominations and their notions of Christian behavior. (take, for example, Southern Baptists and their historic views on dancing)

            So to your original question, is .. sharia law is more favored by the sunnis or the shites” .. the answer is all Muslims adhere to shariah, but in varying degrees. Just as Catholics adhere to their holy book translations vs Southern Baptists, vs Jesuits vs Episcopalians etal.

            Now we come down to terrorist desires to impose “shariah law”. Well, technically, shariah law is already imposed in Muslim majority countries as a way to handle their civil and criminal disputes, as well as their financing. The difference (which I think is what you are asking…), is the government and constitutional structure a theocracy that revolves around the Qur’an and official recognition of Allah as the official God, and all legislation revolves around the Qur’an’s interpretation.

            As LJ points out, this is as complicated as getting a Christian denominations on the same page as an official Biblical translation. It also leaves the Jewish community out in the cold since the US recognizes Jewish court to settle certain civil matters… as long as it doesn’t conflict with our Constitutional laws.

            So what terrorists generally want to do is establish a theorcracy where the government and all related laws revolve around their flavor of interpretation of the Qur’an, and impose this on all denizens, regardless of their own chosen religion.

            • Retired_from_SPOnaj

              If we are supposed to be following the Prophet’s example, can we then start marrying nine year old girls?

              • PoliticalWaif

                LOL, Retired. Yeah, it’s one eff’ed up religion, IMHO. Certainly not my cup of tea. THe Muslims I’ve known or worked with don’t resemble anything close to the ME Muslims. In fact, most times you wouldn’t know they were Muslim at all by appearance or behavior. Very westernized.

                But that Muhammad prophet fellow… guess he holds with early Romans, who had 12 as the base marriageable age, with parental consent.. The Catholics followed the Roman law in the 12th Century, but without parental approval. A lot of early societies viewed reaching puberty as marriageable age. I dunno… maybe because the life span was generally shorter?

                Since the Islamists seek a return to stone age mentality, it doesn’t surprise me that they are pretty loose with age of maidens to marry even today. Most Muslims still consider reaching puberty the sign of the minimum age to marry. I believe only the Shafis (SE Asia, Indonesian and Africa predominant) have a minimum age of 15. But as an extreme, the tribal Pakistani and Afghani village elders still practice swara, where they solve unpaid debts or family disputes by trading girls 5-9 for marriage. In modern day Pakistan, 70% of all girls there are married before the age of 16.

                Creepy stuff. But then there’s a lot in the world that’s a real head scratcher.

          • John_Frank

            Wyntre …. see the link I posted above in response to your initial question.

            P.S. The MEMRI website is a helpful resource.

            • wyntre

              Thanks. I will check later.

      • John_Frank

        The following may be of some help in answering your question:

        The Terrorist Groups’ Interpretation Of The Koranic Verses Regarding Jihad
        http://www.memri.org/report/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/8011.htm

  • Deapster

    Joe Biden recollects a stable Iraq is one of Barry Soetoro’s finest accomplishments:

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/biden-once-called-iraq-one-obamas-great-achievments_794909.html#

  • Deapster

    More outside news about Iraq – Kurds protect oil rich Kirkuk:

    http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2014/6/12/iraq-kirkuk-isil.html

  • jrterrier

    I guess with all this stuff going on, the Administration thinks it can quietly bring Bergdahl back to the USA. http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/sgt-bowe-bergdahl-heading-back-u-s-n129796

    • Deapster

      Never waste a crisis.

  • jrterrier

    Meanwhile back on the home front, new unemployment claims were higher than expected (http://www.dailyfinance.com/2014/06/12/retail-sales-rise-less-than-expected-may/)

    But not to worry, according to Congresswoman Pelosi as soon as we give out unemployment payments to all the new undocumented persons flooding across the border, our economy will be much better.

    Remember this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oE-z38pXUAo

    • Deapster

      This is called eating your seed corn.

    • KenoshaMarge

      I may not be the sharpest tool in the shed but there is one thing I know for sure – if Pelosi is spewing something – bullshit. Just like the POS in the White House!

      http://media.cagle.com/62/2014/06/09/149531_600.jpg

  • piattq

    Latest news is we have fighter jets schedulgd for delivery in Iraq by Dec. O is on top of this problem not to worry.

    • tillthen

      Well he did say he neutralized al quaeda, so not to worry…..and certainly no danger from The Obama Five. They promised to be nice. Right, Barry?

    • Deapster

      Daddy Bergdahl promised Al Qaeda would play nice once they got their Gitmo 5 back.

  • jrterrier

    Even MSNBC — Iraq “is burning” . . . on the “verge of civil war”

    • KenoshaMarge

      What happened over there; someone interrupt their supply of kool aid?

      • jrterrier

        they basement ratings probably

        • KenoshaMarge

          Actually CNN is behind both MSNBC and FOX. Although combined MSNBC and CNN can’t beat FOX.
          Whatever the reason, I’m sticking with a kool aid shortage, I don’t expect the resurrection of actual reporting to last long. It just isn’t in their DNA.

      • S7teen70six

        I think that the VA scandal rattled them. Then releasing the Taliban. I mean seriously, Chris Matthews said that the Tea Party had legitimate concerns. Weird ass world.

  • stodghie

    Restore control over the entire city of Tikrit, and the Army Air hits nests Daash in Mosul
    Thursday June 12, 2014 – 12:02

    Announced Iraqi satellite channel semi-official that the army has regained control of the city of Tikrit in full after clashes with members of al Daash in the city. said channel in Newsflash aired today that “the Iraqi army forces backed Airways army managed, this morning, to regain control of the city Tikrit fully after violent clashes took place with the organization Daash, which seized control of the city earlier. ”

    “The army is currently combing the city, as it seeks to restore other areas in Salah al-Din as he beat the Army Air nests specific terrorist organization Daash in the city of Mosul, which is still under the grip of terror.”

    http://almirbad.com/news/view.aspx?cdate=12062014&id=6bd8acbe-7657-46f7-8aa1-7b250cc6885c

    • jrterrier

      Hope this isn’t Bagdad-Bob stuff. Because the reporting on the ground doesn’t seem to jive with that.

      • stodghie

        jrterrier i don’t post “stuff”. if you choose to believe the media here, that is fine by me. i am an iraqi investor. i have read thousands of articles on the subject. i have information directly from contacts. but hey you want to trust the ny times and cnn, go for it. however as you are a kind and sincere poster i would recommend getting out of the us media and reading articles outside this cesspool of corruption.

        • jrterrier

          I am a sincere poster & want to learn. I was just posing a question. And I agree that the current media are lemmings.

          I went to the cite you posted & couldn’t read it. Isn’t Tikrit, Saddam’s home city? Wouldn’t the people of Tikrit be less sympathetic to the current army & more in tune with the attackers?

          • stodghie

            Peshmerga forces deploy in the areas where the Iraqi Army withdrew

            Kirkuk / NINA / the Peshmerga Command announced that its troops
            deployed in the general areas where the Iraqi army withdrew, confirming
            that it will protect all the people of Kirkuk.

            The commander of a brigade of Peshmerga in Kirkuk province Brigadier
            Chirko Ra’uf: “We have moved on towards the Tel Al-Warid, west of
            Kirkuk, and we will work to fill the void for two brigades, 47 and 46 of
            the Iraqi army, which withdrew from their positions, in order to
            control the area and protect the people of the province of Kirkuk.”

            He added: “We have no plans so far to cleanse Hawija.” / End

            http://www.ninanews….?ar95_VQ=HELLHF

          • stodghie

            jrterrier if you copy the link and put it into the google search engine, it will offer you the option to translate. that is what i do. best wishes

          • stodghie

            News about the arrival of 7,000 U.S. troops to Iraq

            Thu
            Jun 12 2014 01:37 | (Voice of Iraq) – Twilight News detect Iraqi
            security source high-level access and meal American soldiers to Iraq,
            7,000 troops. said the source for “Twilight News” that the 4,000 troops
            arrived in Baghdad and 3,000 troops arrived in the city of Sulaymaniyah ”
            did not reveal the source, who asked not to be identified further
            details.

            Read more: http://www.sotaliraq…3#ixzz34NWtd6XV

            i believe this is under the command of general austin and un. we have forces nearby in kuwait.

          • stodghie

            Wednesday Talk Info Call and Q&A – June 11 from Updates Audio Player

            (In Email Newsletter, click blue title for Audio Player)

            58 Minutes

            760-569-7699 pin# 398647 (with Q & A)

            jr this is a source you might listen to where someone very well versed in the iraqi political game discusses the current situation. i would have given you the audio link but could not copy.

        • jrterrier
        • jrterrier

          Weaselzippers is posting what they claim to be photos “from members of Islamic States of Iraq and Syria (“ISIS”), via an official media channel they have set up on Twitter” and from other non-MSM sites:

          http://weaselzippers.us/189506-exclusive-photos-from-isis-show-american-assets-now-in-the-hands-of-isis/

  • Retired_from_SPOnaj

    Will NO Obama supporter stand up and support the President’s highly effective foreign policy, particularly in the Middle East? C’mon, let’s have it. Or hasn’t the spin machine finished its focus group testing yet?

    • jrterrier

      They are still working on what to say after “it’s Bush’s fault.”

      • Deapster

        Obama has already been clear this is not his war. Fore.

    • Deapster

      You can bet they are reading all our comments here before they make their next move.

    • Dave L.

      Retired, I got this exclusive photo of Banned Again 18 getting fresh “information” from his messiah that he will soon be sharing with us. The MSM is trying to pass it off as Brian Williams !

    • piattq

      Hillary will. She orchestrated a resurgence of us popularity world wide just for Ob

    • Popsmoke

      Iraq (FUBAR=50% screw up), Afghanistan(FUBAR), Pakistan(FUBAR), Syria, Egypt, Libya, Qatar(FUBAR), Yemen (FUBAR), Somalia, and Ukraine…

      All total losses….

  • jrterrier

    The President just referred a reporter at a White House photo-op to his recent speech. Really.

    • Deapster

      He just told young people not to get cynical.

  • jrterrier

    What a month — the President thought he had another spike-the-ball situation with Bergdahl and instead Bergdahl is still “AWOL” in Germany — apparently not yet ready to be paraded before the cameras & the Middle East is on fire.

    • Deapster

      Let alone for Bergdahl to step up and say reporting for duty, so he can repay all those lives lost on his behalf.

  • S7teen70six

    Lindsey Graham is already calling for airstrikes in Iraq.

    Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Thursday said President Obama should authorize airstrikes in Iraq to halt the progress of extremist groups.

    “There is no scenario where we can stop the bleeding in Iraq without American airpower,” he told reporters after leaving a classified Senate Armed Services Committee briefing. “If American airpower is not interjected into the equation, I don’t see how you stop these people.”

    He said that, if the president’s military advisers recommended air attacks, “I would support it.”

    He also said what he’d heard at the closed-door briefing “scared the hell out of me.”

    Lindsey claims that we may be facing another Benghazi in Baghdad.

    • jrterrier

      “He also said what he’d heard at the closed-door briefing “scared the hell out of me.”

      Is that hyperbole or likely correct?

      • DianaLC

        Fox this morning had a ME person on saying this is a group worse than Al Qaeda–ISI. It did seem frightening. What do we have to do? Are we all going to be forced into putting together a group of Allies to fight another Axis of Evil in a third World War? Is this going to end “on the beach”?

        • jrterrier

          Iraq asked the USA for air strikes a couple of weeks ago to attack the massing group. And the Pres rejected it.

          Drones, drones, drones … at least as a starter if Iraq is within striking distance.

        • Deapster

          Al Qaeda is rag-tag. ISIS is a disciplined army.

      • Deapster

        Vote: correct

      • stodghie

        what graham says is suspect. look there and not here.

    • stodghie

      beware graham and his declarations! the situation is already being handled. notice article above i posted.

      • jrterrier

        stodghie that link sent us to a webpage with arabic characters. no can read.

        • stodghie

          jr is you copy the link and post into google search engine they offer you the option to translate. very convenient tool. i use it.

  • jrterrier

    I’m sorry but the excuse that Malaki brought this on himself because he did not negotiate a deal to keep US troops in Iraq doesn’t cut it. If in the end, letting ISIS take over Iraq presents a risk to us, grow up & do something. Can our drones reach Iraq?

    • S7teen70six

      I’m fairly certain that this situation is serious enough that we can afford to put off the part of the dance where we attempt to assign blame. This requires concerted action. We can deal with the little shit later.

      • jrterrier

        Can our drones reach Iraq?

      • jrterrier

        Don’t worry though, NSA Susan Rice is workign out a solution even as we fret.

        • Deapster

          She is still trying to figure out which video created this mess.

  • jrterrier

    The White House offers “condolescences.”

    “The United States strongly condemns the recent attacks in Iraq by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). We offer our condolences to the families of those killed and underscore our commitment to assist the Iraqi people as they confront the threat that ISIL poses to Iraq and the region.”

    http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/06/11/statement-press-secretary-iraq

    • S7teen70six

      #ToughLuckSuckers

    • Deapster

      Norway is mounting their own campaign:

      #Mr Obama: bring back our Nobel Peace Prize.

    • jrterrier

      Should the Administration be referring to them by their self-ascribed name “The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant” or should it just be referring to them as a bunch of gun-toting islamist terrorists?

      Really, it does seem to give them some stature.

    • KenoshaMarge

      Would I find that under

      #ISI: stop that this very minute?

  • HELENK2
    • S7teen70six

      Agreed. Very Good.

    • DianaLC

      Good enough to send to every prepresentative and senator in Congress. Good enough to encourage Trey Gowdy to do a good job with the committee. Good enough, in my mind, to finally get Obama to resign AFTER WE ELECT A MAJORITY IN THE SENTATE AND BOOT harry REID’S ASS OFF THAT PODIUM.

    • Deapster

      This video covers every gut feeling about all the Benghazi loose ends, but I know I have not been able to articulate is as well as he does..

      It is clear and concise and builds systematically to the exact same conclusions we have been grappling with here ourselves.

      Benghazi matters and it is the official cover-up that is now the bigger crime.

  • HELENK2
    • Deapster

      Ouch! I love Jordan.

      Jordan should have known this was coming as soon as they let Barack Obama use their country for his misguided attempted overthrow of Syria to suport his stealth gun running operations out of Bengahzi.

      Our Nobel Peace Prize winning President has some serious explaining to do. Before he washes his hands of all of this and leaves this mess to destroy everything in its wake.

    • jrterrier

      this cannot be good. i’m still waiting for israel/palestine to explode.

  • Deapster

    Sales expected to increase as HRC re-titles her latest book:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/cartoons/

  • HELENK2

    http://weaselzippers.us/189519-as-iraq-syria-ukraine-burn-obama-declares-the-world-is-less-violent-than-it-has-ever-been/

    according to the words of backtrack: the world is less violent then it has ever been.

    that is some chom that he smokes

    • Deapster

      He who holds on to power in this country only because of the threat of black urban violence in his own backyards.

      Trash talk from Barry who exploits his domestic thugs against any criticism against him, and he knows it.

    • jrterrier

      He must have the same speech writer as Susan Rice.