Links and Comments June 13, 2014

Of course, we MUST blame Bush. Fareed Zakaria: Who lost Iraq? The Iraqis did, with an assist from George W. Bush;  Be sure to read the comments.  I did not see any mention of Bremer, nor did I see any mention of the overall vote in Congress when so many Democrats supported going into Iraq.  Of course, our poor little Prez is barely mentioned as to having any blame.

In the same edition of the Washington Post we get this from Ignatius: Maliki’s failure has been increasingly obvious since the elections of 2010, when the Iraqi people in their wisdom elected a broader, less-sectarian coalition. But the Obama administration, bizarrely working in tandem with Iran, brokered a deal that allowed Maliki to continue and has worked with him as an ally against al-Qaeda. Maliki’s coalition triumphed in April’s elections, but the balloting was boycotted by Sunnis.  I guess Zakaria had no knowledge of these facts.  Blame Bush that will work.

An editorial from Rueben Navarette in which he gets some things right The two faces of Univision’s Jorge Ramos.

This is in fact a blog post on Hot Air by Erika Johnsen George Will: “Obama is, in fact, implementing the foreign policy he promised”

This post in Hot Air by Ed Morrissey has many links to original articles on the Iraqi/Obama situation. Us Intel caught by surprise by ISIS sweep in Iraq?

Mass Shootings are NOT ON THE RISE.

Climate McCarthyism claims yet another victim

The Cantor loss as viewed through the eyes of a conservative Latino.

Jihadist gains blindsided America’s spies  Our intelligence gathering is working as well as the VA.



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