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Rant
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1/26/2015 7:45:08 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
A front-page story in The Wall Street Journal is a stunner " for all the wrong reasons. Under the headline, "US, Iraq Set Sights on Mosul Offensive," it lays out plans for a summer attack against Islamic State, including the locations and numbers of allied Kurdish fighters and which Iraqi units will lead the charge.
Most shocking, the source is Gen. Lloyd Austin, the top American commander in the Middle East. He told the Journal US ground troops might be involved and that the military "would do what it takes."
What the hell is going on? Since when does the military give the public, and the enemy, advance notice of battle plans? Has Gen. Austin lost his mind?

This is nuts.
JJ50
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1/26/2015 7:47:06 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/26/2015 7:45:08 AM, Rant wrote:
A front-page story in The Wall Street Journal is a stunner " for all the wrong reasons. Under the headline, "US, Iraq Set Sights on Mosul Offensive," it lays out plans for a summer attack against Islamic State, including the locations and numbers of allied Kurdish fighters and which Iraqi units will lead the charge.
Most shocking, the source is Gen. Lloyd Austin, the top American commander in the Middle East. He told the Journal US ground troops might be involved and that the military "would do what it takes."
What the hell is going on? Since when does the military give the public, and the enemy, advance notice of battle plans? Has Gen. Austin lost his mind?

This is nuts.

For once I agree with you!
IRONHIDE
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1/26/2015 10:08:19 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/26/2015 7:45:08 AM, Rant wrote:
A front-page story in The Wall Street Journal is a stunner " for all the wrong reasons. Under the headline, "US, Iraq Set Sights on Mosul Offensive," it lays out plans for a summer attack against Islamic State, including the locations and numbers of allied Kurdish fighters and which Iraqi units will lead the charge.
Most shocking, the source is Gen. Lloyd Austin, the top American commander in the Middle East. He told the Journal US ground troops might be involved and that the military "would do what it takes."
What the hell is going on? Since when does the military give the public, and the enemy, advance notice of battle plans? Has Gen. Austin lost his mind?

This is nuts.

This is because, ISIS is not really an enemy, but a creationand a tool of the Israeli Mossad and CIA. But, then again, you believe everything is black and white and that the military is just nuts for putting this info out in advance of their, what truthfully amounts to be a dog and pony show, for the sheeple. Enjoy the show!
Sterling.Dragon
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1/26/2015 10:45:24 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/26/2015 10:08:19 AM, IRONHIDE wrote:
At 1/26/2015 7:45:08 AM, Rant wrote:
A front-page story in The Wall Street Journal is a stunner " for all the wrong reasons. Under the headline, "US, Iraq Set Sights on Mosul Offensive," it lays out plans for a summer attack against Islamic State, including the locations and numbers of allied Kurdish fighters and which Iraqi units will lead the charge.
Most shocking, the source is Gen. Lloyd Austin, the top American commander in the Middle East. He told the Journal US ground troops might be involved and that the military "would do what it takes."
What the hell is going on? Since when does the military give the public, and the enemy, advance notice of battle plans? Has Gen. Austin lost his mind?

This is nuts.

This is because, ISIS is not really an enemy, but a creationand a tool of the Israeli Mossad and CIA. But, then again, you believe everything is black and white and that the military is just nuts for putting this info out in advance of their, what truthfully amounts to be a dog and pony show, for the sheeple. Enjoy the show!

I like you, Ironhide. This should have been painfully obvious to anyone with a brain stem, but you actually had to spell it out. That, I find to be rather sad.