What the President really told us…

September 17, 2014

Robert Robinson

I am afraid what we learned today from President Obama’s speech at MacDill Air Force Base, is not necessarily about combating the Islamic State group, instead, we heard the President outline a job description for a global police and rescue force to be most likely administered by the UN and paid for through and by American’s Treasure and Blood. Consider the items listed below from the Associated Press and then listen to a video of the speech, making certain you catch every word spoken by the President.

“Obama spoke after consulting with officers at U.S. Central Command, which oversees American military efforts in the Middle East. Obama’s speech to troops at MacDill Air Force Base was one more chance to try to make the case for the airstrike campaign against the militant group.

Obama offered a (vision) of a potent force that can have a major role in conflicts, a more forceful view than he has embraced before. But he still stressed that for the effort to succeed against the Islamic State group, the U.S. will need to lead the international coalition and local forces must handle a significant role.

“Frankly, there just aren’t a lot of other folks who can perform in the same way. In fact, there are none. There are some things only we can do. There are some capabilities only we have,” he said.” “Our armed forces are unparalleled and unique. So when we’ve got a big problem somewhere around the world, it falls on our shoulders. Sometimes that’s tough. But that’s what sets us apart. That’s why we’re American.”

The Speech: Much more said in the below video if you listen carefully.

Can you see it ?

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