During a speech at the G20 conference in Turkey on Monday, President Barack Obama defended his anti-Islamic State (ISIS) strategy

During a speech at the G20 conference in Turkey on Monday, President Barack Obama defended his anti-Islamic State (ISIS) strategy, saying that his policy has always been a long-term plan. “The strategy we’ve put forward is ultimately what’s going to work,” he said, describing air strikes against the leaders of the militant group, as well as…

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Steven.PBarrett 6 years 27 weeks ago

Was that Barack Obama, the guy who bagged Osama bin Laden, or a reincarnation of Britain's supreme architect of appeasement, PM Stanley Baldwin addressing that bunch of reporters in Turkey this a.m.?

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douglaslee 6 years 26 weeks ago

Meacham's new biography of GHW describes the insideous actions of Cheney. W gets the blame because he didn't stop Cheney. W was a pushover for Cheney offering to search for a VP candidate and the list had one name. Cheney always wanted more power for the executive branch feeling the post watergate Church hearings had restricted the president too much. Dick had a parallel presidency established right under W's nose. History will likely assign Cheney a position above criminal, but below used car salesman.

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douglaslee 6 years 26 weeks ago

Meacham's new biography of GHW describes the insideous actions of Cheney. W gets the blame because he didn't stop Cheney. W was a pushover for Cheney offering to search for a VP candidate and the list had one name. Cheney always wanted more power for the executive branch feeling the post watergate Church hearings had restricted the president too much. Dick had a parallel presidency established right under W's nose. History will likely assign Cheney a position above criminal, but below used car salesman.

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