In the midst of a U.S.-led bombing campaign against ISIS, former House GOP leader Tom DeLay told Andy Parks of the Washington Times last week that President Obama is refusing to take action to stop the militant group.
DeLay offered his own strategy: “We have to do something.”
“The president ought to wear a pink t-shirt because he is an anti-war president,” he said, referring to the group Code Pink. “We have an anti-war secretary of state, we have an anti-war secretary of defense so everybody is a little anxious about what is to come. The president has realized that something has to be done, now he’s going to do as little as possible.”
Code Pink has actually disrupted remarks by President Obama, along with Secretary of State John Kerry and Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel.