washington now convinced the usaian citizenry is completely asleep & brainwashed, and it can do anything whatever

Democrats and Republicans Agree: Iraq Needs to be Reinvaded
Military action inside Syria figures into the equation

Kurt Nimmo, Infowars, Jun 20 2014

usadvisorUsaian military advisor in Vietnam, ca. 1967-75. Several hundred advisors sent to Vietnam in 1955 eventually resulted in 500,000 Usaian troops, more than a million dead Indochinese and 55,000 dead Usaian soldiers.

Senate Democrats are standing behind Obama and his “limited plan to reengage in Iraq” in a declared effort to prevent the country from falling to ISIS fanatics trained by the Usaian government. Officials told Politico targeted military strikes against ISIS in Syria are also “on the table.” Democrats consider the former AQ-affiliate a threat to Usaian national security. New Jersey Democrat Sen Bob Menendez, the chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, said:

We have to think about our national security interests first and foremost and from my perspective ISIS is a national security threat.

Democrat Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said:

I support President Obama’s decision to deploy a very limited number of advisers to Iraq for a non-combat training mission. This decision gives Usaia the flexibility to take precise action against threats to our national security and keeps Iraqi authorities accountable for maintaining the security of their own country.

Reid made his comment after Obama said:

We will be prepared to take targeted and precise military action, if and when we determine that the situation on the ground requires it.

On Tuesday, Democrats argued Obama does not need congressional approval to launch attacks in Iraq and Syria. Maryland House Democrat Majority Whip Steny Hoyer mentioned a 2002 law authorizing Bush 43’s use of military force in Iraq, saying:

Under the existing authorization for the use of force, I think they have that.

Other Democrats were more reluctant. Sen Tim Kaine, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee,said:

I certainly believe that the president always has to get congressional approval. If there’s an emergency, you may need to come back and get a congressional ratification. That’s the way the process is supposed to work.

Connecticut Democrat Senator Chris Murphy added:

If he’s asking for any sustained authorization, he’s got to go Congress. I think the Iraq AUMF is functionally obsolete.

Since the end of WW2, Usaia has deployed thousands of military advisers around the world. The Pentagon sent advisory personnel to Vietnam, Central America, Korea, Haiti, Bosnia, Afghanistan and other countries. Between 1955 and 1960, Usaia had between 750 and 1,500 military advisors assisting the Diem government in South Vietnam. In 1961, the Kennedy administration increased this number to 3,200 advisors. Following the Gulf of Tonkin false-flag incident in 1964 and an overwhelmingly passed joint House and Senate resolution, the Johnson administration began a full-scale war in Vietnam. In 1965 there were 200,000 troops in Vietnam and by 1968 more than 500,000 were committed.

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