Rick Santorum Blasts Obama’s Strategy Against ISIS: ‘He's Not Fighting A Real War, This is a Public Relations War’

Santorum asked about the war against ISIS at the 3:05 mark



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Rick Santorum kicked off his campaign for president by blasting President Obama’s horrendous strategy to fight ISIS. On MSNBC’s Morning Joe, the former senator said that Obama is more interested in fighting a “public relations war than a real war.”
“This is a public relations war that the president is fighting, he’s not fighting a real war. We’re not doing any substantial damage on the air against ISIS.”
His solution is based on a little thing Obama’s sorely missing: common sense.
“We have to step up the bombing campaign, and you can’t do that unless you have more boots on the ground so you have an understanding of the targeting, you have an understanding of the coordination of troops. That’s a whole combination of things.” 
“I’m not calling for a major invasion force, but many of the generals who have been commenting on this have suggested we have to double or triple the 3,000 that we have there on the ground right now to provide effective support for those who are fighting.”
Santorum deserves major props for saying what has to be said on Obama’s failing ISIS-strategy… and for suggesting an alternate approach that could actually work. Imagine that: a presidential candidate who actually understands the threat ISIS poses to the region and the rest of the world, and who’s determined to wipe these genocidal islamist maniacs from the face of the earth.