Can Leaders Like These Keep Us Safe?

ISIS: One Year Later – Are We Safer?

ISIS: One Year Later – Are We Safer?

The Republican National Committee (RNC) released Monday a new web video entitled ‘Can Leaders Like These Keep Us Safe?’ highlighting the Democrats’ fundamental inability to understand the threat of ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) terrorists.

“The foreign policy of Barack Obama’s White House and Hillary Clinton’s State Department was unable to adapt as ISIS rose to power in Syria and Iraq,” said RNC chairman Reince Priebus.

[ ISIS Terror Group as Strong as Ever: GOP ]

The RNC reaction has come at a time when ISIS terror is assuming global dimensions after the recent Paris attacks and bombing down of a Russian passenger plane.

In response, France and Russia have accelerated their attacks on ISIS in Syria, while Obama has maintained his rhetoric that the U.S. and its allies will destroy ISIS.

[ Barack Obama: Global Coalition Will Destroy ISIL ]

“Now, in the wake of deadly attacks across the world claimed by ISIS and other radical Islamic terrorist organizations, the Democrats continue to insist that they have the ‘right strategy’ in place,” Priebus said.

“Secretary Kerry rationalizes, President Obama insists they are contained, and Hillary Clinton refuses to even call the threat by its real name. These are not the leaders America needs to protect our nation from the evils of radical Islamic terrorism. We need strength back in the Oval Office, and that’s why the American people will elect a Republican in 2016,” Priebus believes.

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