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Monday, October 6, 2014

Slowly They Creep, Step by Step

The Islamic jihadists of ISIS are creeping ever closer to the Turkish border in Syria and the Kurds are saying that U.S. airstrikes are not effective in stopping them. There is no question in the minds of the military and anyone not praying to Allah that Obama's strategy is as effective against ISIS as aspirin is against cancer.

The brave Kurds are using small arms against an army of sick, blood-thirsty bastards with American weaponry and nobody is actually helping them on the ground.


Our generals predicted this would happen if we didn't use ground forces instead of bombing empty buildings or firing Tomahawk Cruise missiles costing $1,410,000 a pop.

ISIS is only about 2 miles from the town of Kobani and Idris Nassan, a senior spokesman for the Kurdish forces said that "Air strikes alone are really not enough to defeat ISIS in Kobani. They are besieging the city on three sides, and fighter jets simply cannot hit each and every ISIS fighter on the ground."

Turkish tanks stand silent along the border awaiting orders, but Turkey doesn't want to help either the Kurds or Assad, so for now, the Kurds are going at it virtually alone as the ISIS army has adapted its tactics to military air strikes.
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If the Kurds are annihilated, it will be the fault of our "president." They need heavy weapons, ammunition and ground support. Obama may be reluctant to call it war, just as he is reluctant to call Islamic jihad by its proper description, but make no mistake; this is war in every sense  of the word. 

The reason ISIS feels comfortable enough to move forward is because Obama helped assuage their fears that they would have to face a deadly force of the finest combat troops in the world.

Remember, if ISIS takes Kobani, Turkey will be in their cross-hairs.