Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Wacko Apple Doesn't Fall Far From Wacko Tree...

"Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” 2016 Republican presidential candidate 
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)
 said so-called “hawks” like  Sen. 
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
 are responsible for creating ISIS by flooding arms into the Middle East."

Ummm, NO Mr. Paul!

"[ISIS] was established by the Jordanian national Abu Musab al-Zarqawi in 1999 when it was initially known as Jama'at al-Tawhid wal-Jihad. It then became known as "Al-Qaeda in Iraq" after becoming part of Osama bin Laden’s network in October 2004. Since then, the group has operated under numerous guises until its current leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, officially declared it had set up an Islamic State across parts of northern Iraq and Syria on 29 June 2014." [link]
Hmmm… al-Zarqawi… you know, THIS guy! [link]

… in 1999… during the CLINTON administration.

Then, 2004 as "Al-Qaeda in Iraq" connected to Bin Laden… Gee, I thought there was no Al-Qaeda in Iraq, and Bush lied to us all about needing to fight in Iraq (just like Bush "lied" about WMDs in Iraq, even though the NY Times (!!!) reported that there were WMDs there). [link]
And then al-Baghdadi sets up an ISIS a year ago… during the OBAMA administration (this being AFTER the Surge was successful, and then The-O decides to pull the smaller number of stabilizing troops out of Iraq prematurely, thus DEstabilizing Iraq all over again).

Meanwhile, The-O calls them "ISIL" instead of ISIS because he doesn't want to say Syria (the second S stands for al-Sham, or Syria) while also acknowledging ISIS' true intent for the capturing and controlling the greater Syrian region (the "L" standing for "the Levant", or the entire region from southern Turkey down through to Egypt (plus Iraq and partially Iran), including a little country by the name of ISRAEL).
So, again Mr. Paul… ummm… NO!
Best be hoping that President Cruz offers you a position that you might be better qualified for, like maybe Secretary of Treasury… or, how about this... Surgeon General.



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