Democrat Sen. Feinstein: Obama 'Too Cautious' With 'Vicious' ISIS

September 8th, 2014 9:10 PM

How can you tell that President Obama is dangerously incompetent when it comes to national security?  There are many ways, but very few that actually have the capacity to get the attention of the Obama-adoring Left, including the media.
But when left-wing Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), with a lifetime ACU rating of 7.9, is willing to take to the Sunday morning airwaves and publicly urges Obama to once and for all spell out his plans to deal with the alarming threat of ISIS that has escalated in recent months despite his claims earlier in the year they were "JV" (Junior Varsity) compared to Al Qaeda -- even Obama guru and longtime BFF Valerie Jarrett would have to admit there's a problem.

In the wake of President Obama's alarming public admission last week that "we [United States] don't have a strategy yet," Democrats in Congress seem to be peeling away from the president. "Time's a-wasting, because we have now said that we're going to go on the offensive," said Feinstien on CNN's "State of the Union" yesterday. "And it's time for America to project power and strength."
Obama has pledged that the U.S. will go on the offensive, but remains steadfast there will be no combat troops involved, despite ISIS beheading two American journalists, and gaining large areas of land in Syria and Iraq.

Sen. Feinstein also appeared on NBC's "Meet the Press" where she also criticized Obama, saying, "I think I've learned one thing about this President and that is that he's very cautious.  Maybe in this instance, too cautious."

ISIS “is a major varsity team, if you want to use those kinds of monikers,” Feinstein added in a critique of Obama dismissing them as a “JV team” in January. “This is a vicious, vicious movement, and it has to be confronted.”