Kurds up, Turks down?
“This is about providing options.”
“We either got to win, or don’t fight it at all.”
That didn’t work out very well, did it?
“…this defendant repeatedly expressed his intent to engage in acts of violent jihad against the United States.”
“We’re not in Iraq to seize anybody’s oil.”
“…says he raped more than 200 women from Iraqi minorities”
“It’s possible that you may see conventional forces hit the ground in Syria for some period of time.”
Not so lone wolves.
Also, the Constitution doesn’t let the government who can and can’t come in.
This train shows no signs of slowing down
“We’ve got to be able to meet with anyone that we need to if there’s a possibility that we could achieve peace.”
“…it seems like the plaintiffs are not directing their ire toward the proper targets.”
“Esteban Santiago initially blamed his actions on government mind control…”
“You just have to stay as calm as you can … I took a bullet.”
“Berlin seems to be one of only times ISIS has taken credit when attacker still at large.”
Flashback: “Either the president doesn’t read the intelligence he’s getting or he’s bulls***ting.”
Excited troops await Obama’s report on terrorism
Actually, a lot late.
“if there is a truck, I mean a garbage truck and one drives it there to Times Square and crushes them…”
“It is not possible to ensure zero risk despite everything we are doing.”
“The two most active and powerful members of the enemy alliance are Russia and Iran.”
A sound move, but was it more politics than law enforcement?
“This fight is nothing like that of the outskirts.”
Obama clueless on Hillary Clinton’s private email
Right after they attack the Kurds, natch.
“That has long been our plan …”
“‘solid’ intelligence al-Baghdadi was somewhere in the Iraqi city…”
Turkey-backed militia complicating matters?
“Believe me. They are hoping. They are hoping.”
“The ISIL commanders, including al-Baghdadi, are escaping Mosul to Syria.”
“Yo, the airstrike that killed Abu Wahid a few weeks ago—That’s what triggered it, okay?”
Probably wasn’t going to happen anyway
The decline and fall of societal norms goes mainstream