Those Democrat and Republican presidential candidates that propose to defeat ISIS by putting 10,000-20,000 troops on the ground to advise and assist our Arab allies repeat over and over again that our Arab allies will have to bear the brunt of the load in supplying troops.
None of these candidates has yet named our Arab allies.
Do they include Saudi Arabia?
The Emirates? Kuwait? Qatar? Iraq? Iran? Egypt? Yemen? Libya? Tunisia? Morocco? Jordan?
Aren't these the same Arab allies that have been supposedly in the forefront of helping the U.S. rid the region of Al-Quade and now ISIS with little success?
How about asking each candidate who wants the U.S. to build a coalition that relies on our Arab allies to tell us who they are? Why would it succeed this time when it has failed since the emergence of ISIS?