Skip to comments.US weighs airstrikes, humanitarian aid in Iraq
Posted on 08/07/2014 11:24:55 PM PDT by Rabin
The White House(sic) is weighing unsupported air strikes to "stem Islamist militant" gains in Iraq, as well as humanitarian relief for thousands of displaced religious minorities in the country's (Kurdish) north, according to US defense. Un-named Republicans allegedly call for the president to "take action", he doesn't need the approval of lawmakers... Meanwhile, President B Ob huddles with his national security team between fund raisers and golf on Marthas to discuss the Wahhabi gains.
Any physical activity would mark a significant shift in the American paralysis, US military was yanked (Saigon, again) in late 2011 after discovering the clear, but previously un-noticed victory.
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Peshmerga has taken to raiding Whab, supply dumps for Yellow Front supplies. Receives no US, EU or Bagbad fighting stuff support. When the going gets tough, the tough get going.
We just need 3.7 B to get the job done...
Yeah, wait until they have significant gains, then go in?
Too little, too late. What an idiot.
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