Rios Agrees Obama Just Loves ISIS

Sandy Rios of the American Family Association is peddling the same bullshit that other wingnuts are selling, the notion that Obama is a secret Muslim who is on the side of the terrorists, including ISIS. When a caller to her radio show said this, she agreed with them.

The American Family Association’s Sandy Rios spoke to a caller today who said that ISIS militants will soon “come to the White House” and “Obama is going to swing the door open and he’s going to have a feast prepared for them because he is a Muslim, he is one of them.”

“He hates America and he thinks he’s going to turn us into a Third World Muslim nation under the iron fist of the United Nations and I firmly believe that the reason he’s not doing anything about ISIS is because those are his friends,” the caller added.

As usual, the wingnut mind is allergic to reality. He’s not doing anything about ISIS? You mean other than bombing the shit out of them, sharing intelligence with and arming those who are in a position to fight them? Like he didn’t do anything against Al Qaeda other than order the operation that killed Bin Laden, conduct hundreds of drone strikes, continue virtually the entire Bush anti-terrorism strategy and even ramp it up in many cases. But these are facts, which are irrelevant to them.

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  • eamick

    Anyone who is uses the phrase “iron fist of the United Nations” without sarcasm is clearly deluded.

  • http://www.facebook.com/den.wilson d.c.wilson

    I once asked a wingnut how many suspected terrorists does Obama have to kill with airstrikes before they will drop that stupid meme. The response I got was that all of the airstrikes were just a fake out to hide his support of them. I am not kidding. This is what they actually believe.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    eamick “Anyone who is uses the phrase “iron fist of the United Nations” without sarcasm is clearly deluded.”

    Sure, but it’s the funniest thing I’ve read all day.

  • StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return!

    He’s not doing anything about ISIS? You mean other than bombing the shit out of them, sharing intelligence with and arming those who are in a position to fight them? Like he didn’t do anything against Al Qaeda other than order the operation that killed Bin Laden, conduct hundreds of drone strikes, continue virtually the entire Bush anti-terrorism strategy and even ramp it up in many cases.

    Quoted for truth. So much this.

    Obama killed Osama.

    You’d think that’d be memorable wouldn’t ya?

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    THE “KILLING” OF “BIN LADEN” WAS JUST A FALSE FLAG “OPERATION” TO DISTRACT FROM ISIS WHICH DIDN’T EXIST YET!!!

  • http://howlandbolton.com richardelguru

    “the iron fist of the United Nations”

    I’m just glad I wasn’t drinking anything when I read that: marshmallow fist is more like it!

  • http://www.atomiccitizen.net/ EricJohansson

    Wasn’t it John McCain (R) who was saying we should support ISIS, back when they were just fighting Assad in Syria?

  • dugglebogey

    The muslim guys that I work with all hate ISIS. How do they explain this? These are ACTUAL muslim people, not imaginary ones like Obama.

    Is it possible that there are people (themselves excluded of course) who can think for themselves?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1360322113 aaronbaker

    Bad facts! Bad!

  • lorn

    I suspect that Obama’s strategy of delay and foot dragging in acting on Ukraine and ISIS are an attempt at letting the other nations in NATO and the various factions in Iraq self organize and learn to represent their own interests. IMO, and perhaps Obama’s, the US has tended to step in in too quickly to take charge and solve the problems for them. The result is that powers that should be able to represent their interests have lost their willingness/ability to act decisively and the US gets blamed for the inevitable blow-back from any military action. This has made the US look like both a bumbling idiot and a bully.

    Of course the right-wing commentators are all used to the US going in and breaking heads until the worse of the obvious problems go away so failing to follow that plan looks to them like weakness. Or, putting the most offensive label they can on it, like he loves ISIS.

    In Europe Germany, France and Italy all have armies powerful enough, and the underlying economic interests, necessary for them to act against Russia. It is their neighborhood. Of course with big daddy US always rushing in to handle every little thing they have cut their NATO defense spending obligations and have lost their edge.

    Similarly the various factions in Iraq (Sunni, Shia, and Kurds , but also tribal/local/warlord influence versus federal forces) might benefit from a common enemy, ISIS, and learn to cooperate. Again, if we step in too quickly and push ISIS out there will be no need for the factions to come together. On Charlie Rose an ex- general claimed a couple of US brigades could push them out in a week if given a fee hand. No doubt the US could sweep them out of Iraq in short order but an opportunity would be lost.

    Neither of these cases is likely to go perfectly. It is going to be painful to watch. But we can keep them from losing through limited airstrikes and assistance but we are going to need to sit on our hands and let them learn at their own pace. Of course the right-wing are going to make this strategy as politically painful as possible for the administration.

    On the up side when European powers and Iraqis act in their own interests they own the blow-back, and the costs in cash, casualties, and political influence. That’s a good thing because for far too long the US has been picking up the tab.