military can’t solve Iraq crisis alone Dianne Feinstein: U.S. intelligence did not predict rapid advance of Islamic militants in Iraq Cheney: Obama needs to do more, but “no good, easy answers in Iraq’ The radical Sunni Muslim group advancing in Iraq, though it puts the Middle East’s stability at risk, is just one of a number of organizations in the region that pose a threat to U.S. interests, President Obama said Sunday. Obama said the rapid advances by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, in Iraq could spill over into Jordan this site and that the group could amass more arms, more resources in Syria. But the president, likening ISIS to other groups such as Al Qaeda in Yemen, once again said it was not a problem that U.S.
Obama, Putin may talk soon
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Meanwhile, ISIS is squarely in command and will for a long time reap the benefit of having looted a half-billion dollars from Iraqi banks. Imagine the terror you can buy with that bankroll. Americans are of no mind to send troops back into Iraq. With the country under assault and close to internal sectarian warfare, an invasion would be a tragic folly. So, Obama has lost the game there and he surely knows it.