ANTI WAR OBAMA THRUSTS U.S. INTO WAR!

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Well the Hope and Change president that campaigned on ending wars gets slammed in the head with a dose of reality-his peace and love approach is nothing but a fantasy! Golfing Moron…

The U.S. military expanded its war against the Islamic State late Monday by sending waves of warplanes and launching Tomahawk cruise missiles into Syria to attack an array of targets in an aggressive and risk-laden operation that marks a new phase in the conflict.

Rear Adm. John Kirby, the Pentagon press secretary, said late Monday that U.S. commanders had deployed a mix of fighter jets and bombers and had also launched ship-based Tomahawk missiles against Islamic State targets in Syria. He said that the operations were ongoing and that more details would not be released until after the strikes were finished.

Kirby said in a statement that “partner nation forces” were also involved in the attacks, but did not identify the other countries.

Two U.S. defense officials identified the partner nations as Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain. One official described them as “full participants” in the airstrikes in Syria but did not give further details, saying it was up to those countries to fully disclose their roles.

See more at The Washington Post

By Craig Whitlock

The U.S. Navy and five Arab nations attacked the Islamic State group’s headquarters in eastern Syria using land- and sea-based U.S. aircraft as well as Tomahawk cruise missiles. 

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