We have no plan in case of attack

The other day I listened to Prime Minister David Cameron's speech to the British Parliament concerning the very real and present threat of the terrorist group ISIS.

Unlike our president, who has no plan by his own words, Cameron laid out point by point of how they would protect Britain and her people. Unlike our president, it was not a speech about being nice, trying to change this group by friendship, playing "nice" with an enemy whose total goal is death to all infidels. Total dominion and a Caliphate rule is the aim of this extreme radical group.

Some might think as Muslims they are safe with this group but their extreme actions so far indicate none are safe except under the Caliphate law.

I fear for my nation. I do not want to see us attacked, but it will come. We are in the cross-hairs of this extremist group. When the attack comes what will our president do, the one who has no plan?

Someone asked me a question, "Do you think he'd done nothing because of his Islamic background"? This needs to be pondered. While Britain is planning for attack we remain vulnerable with no plans in place..

Sandra Kanode

Newnan



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