Bias much? this is just partisan hackery. There is an election next month; they are going to lose and are all in a tizzy over it. But its been building for years and now they will reap the results of their arrogant disdain for the American voter.
What "weak actions" specifically? Are you implying Iraq was be stable six years ago and would remain so if we kept troops there permanently and did nation building? Are you for "big government"?
Right but the elites don't care about us only the big donors and no need to name them we all know. They all seem to lie saying different things in different states on the same topic. Republicans don't lie? remember G Bush saying no more 'nation building' so we all need to admit being "gullible" no?
We can get these guys now or wait till they own the country-and the entire country requires elimination ( the male population still alive will be 100% ISIS). The towns/ cities they are in can now be surrounded and ISIS eliminated-no building to building with these guys-massive large caliber fire with no prisoners. Only major mechanized military can do that now. Massive artillery with airstrikes taking out their artillery- basically raising Mosul, Fallujah etc will eliminate them, at least for a generation or two. The people are lost if the have not left-this is indeed a terminal game- either they survive and win or they die and lose. Only the Iraqis can choose to eliminate their own towns. If they don't find suitable partners soon, literally millions could be lost and we at the end will go in and exterminate the disease. This brand of Islam is why Islam (all variants included) is the second largest religion- it simply murdered its way across the Asia subcontinent in the distant past and now is attempting to accomplish this in Africa. The elimination of Shia Islam in what is now Iraq will finally make believers out of the West and the rest of the Shias.
The shape of the building matters little. Whether peace or jihad is preached inside matters much.
Procreation does not equal parenthood. Plenty of people have procreated and then walked away from their responsibility to raise the next generation. Part of "building society and civilization" is being an active, loving parent, whether or not you work at something besides that.
@TCliff: "That excitement was short-lived when I dug deeper and found out about the undemocratic and non-concensus building way that Common Core had been developed, who had supported and paid for them, ..."Please cite your sources for all this.
Building for the Future would be a campaign slogan I could believe in. We've become a society with no vision of a shared future. It's every man or woman for his/herself to the detriment of us all. But has Republican nihilism already defeated us?