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I have not heard anyone ask these questions so I thought I would pose them here in case I missed them somehow. If these questions have not been asked nor is the information out there to answer them, I think they should be posed by the media, and answered by the administration.
1 - Who is/are the leader or leaders of ISIS?
2 - What are their nationalities?
3 - Where is the funding for ISIS coming from?
4 - Who is supplying or selling them the weapons and ammunition?
5 - Why can we not locate and disrupt their supply chains?
6 - Who is training their fighters?
7 - Who is providing the logistical support for ISIS providing food, water, weapon maintenance, uniforms etcetera?
8 - How are they communicating?
9 - Why can we not intercept these communications?
10 - How are they able to obtain so many fighters than can overrun militaries? One of which we spent at least a decade training and equipping?
11 - We have our own basic ground forces ready to serve between 8 - 11 weeks. What was the problem with the Iraqis?
12 - Why are we not targeting the convoys that we have seen pictures of?
13 - Why do we persist in telling the enemy exactly how and when we plan to act, in some cases weeks or months ahead of time?
Example - Pentagon discloses plans to retake Mosul from ISIS - "A senior official with U.S. Central Command, who briefed reporters on condition of anonymity, said the operation would involve as many as 25,000 Iraqi government troops and Kurdish militia fighters backed by coalition airstrikes and surveillance systems, and could begin in April or May."
I am sure there are many more, but these are the ones that are forefront in my mind at this time.
You are correct, Watchman! He does not want to take them out! It is painfully obvious! He is putting our nation and the world in great danger!
Tweeting this out again!
Here is an article that may answer a couple of the questions although it is from The Atlantic (a lefty news source) the author really did a good job and 'did his homework' in researching facts.
Surprisingly good write up, Doug!