- President Barack Obama addressed the nation Wednesday night to outline the U.S. strategy in targeting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. However, many on the right criticized the president on Twitter, saying Obama's remarks were disjointed, scattered and left them skeptical. Many conservatives raised issue with Obama highlighting the role of allies in Syria and questioned why the president discussed a wide array of topics in a speech aimed to discuss foreign policy.
- — Stephen Hayes (@stephenfhayes)Thu, Sep 11 2014 01:12:29Obama pledges (again) to strengthen the Syrian opposition. Last month, he told NYT it was "fantasy" to think they could change fight vs ISIS
- — Marc Thiessen (@marcthiessen)Thu, Sep 11 2014 01:11:55"if you threaten America, you will find no safe haven" (Except when I stand by and do nothing while you build your safe haven)
Right Twitter pans Obama ISIL speech
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