Just hours after it was reported that yet another American journalist, Steven J. Sotloff, 31, had been beheaded on camera by ISIS militants, a new poll says American voters are extremely worried that Obama doesn’t have a strategy for dismantling the terror group.
As Daily Surge reported last week, Obama said at a presser that he didn’t “want to put the cart before the horse” and that he doesn’t “have a strategy yet” to deal with ISIS.
Now 73% of voters say they are concerned that the United States government doesn’t have a strategy for dealing with ISIS.
Another 47% said they are very concerned.
Only 4% said they are not at all concerned with ISIS.
Perhaps this picture of Steven Sotloff, moments before he was murdered in cold blood, will help shake that 4% out of their apathy.
Another “67% of likely U.S. voters consider the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) a serious threat to this country. Just 13% disagree, while another 20% are not sure,” the Rasmussen report says.
After the video recored beheading of American Journalist James Foley, and now Sotloff’s, the State Department’s Jen Psaki says Obama doesn’t want to say America is at war with ISIS, but they are “concerned about the threat.”
God help us all.
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