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Thursday, October 16, 2014

See How Obama’s Islamic State Strategy is Falling Apart in Three Gasbag-Minutes

"I will fundamentally change the world" he emitted.

In another instance of passing hot wind, "The tides of war have receded."

In other gassy instances, "Al Qaeda has been decimated...."  Ad nauseum.

If one collected these instances, a case could be made that BHO has contributed to global warming by speaking.

 In contrast, to shorten things up, see how Obama’s Islamic State strategy is falling apart in three minutes. 

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