“We don’t have a strategy yet.”


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Heh: “Semi-retired president to address something he saw on the news today about Ukraine at 4 p.m.”

In truth, I really shouldn’t see any humor in this headline, as it appears to be 100% true. During the briefing President Obama, when asked about his plans to deal with ISIS, actually said, “We don’t have a strategy yet.”

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  • fred k

    We don’t know what to say that isn’t what President Bush said … AND doesn’t sound pathetically weak … so we don’t have a strategy yet.

    Notice the it’s “we” when the news is bad, and “I” when he thinks something good has been accomplished.

  • DK Williams

    Even a Democrat pundit called Obama “incompetent” on this issue today.

  • Kelly Starks

    That he would do a press conference when this topic is so hot — and say he hasn’t a clue? At worst he should have just stepped away from all microphones.

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