No strategy from Pentagon before WH went to war with ISIS

If this story is true, and no matter what our political stripes are, we can only pray that this story from Breitbart is not true. For if it is, then we have a match to rival most despots known to mankind. Forget the so-called “Kill List” that is reported that Obama maintains, but now we are going to war without any strategy? I usually like a Sunday post be on the lighter side, but this is worthy of our attention. Here we go:

As of the end of August, there was no communication between the White House and the Pentagon concerning a strategy to fight the Islamic State, the Department of Defense (DoD) said in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.

Not only did the president not have a strategy, as he candidly admitted on August 28, the White House did not talk about developing a strategy with his Defense Department prior to launching airstrikes against ISIS targets in Iraq on August 8.

This contradicts comments by White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest trying to explain Obama telling reporters on August 28, “We don’t have a strategy yet.”
The White House attempted to blame the Pentagon for delaying the development of a strategy.

On August 29, Earnest insisted that what Obama meant is that he was then-waiting for the Pentagon to make recommendations on what to do.

“The Pentagon is developing plans or military options for the president to consider if he decides that it’s necessary to do so,” he said. “But at this point, the president hasn’t made any decisions and hasn’t ordered any military action in Syria.”

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