Moonbat Elizabeth Warren: Let’s negotiate with people who behead children for fun

warren1It seems that Elizabeth Warren, the moonbat Democrat Senator from Massachusetts also known as “Fauxcahontas,” thinks a negotiated settlement can be had with ISIS, the radical Islamic group that beheads children simply because they’re not Muslim.

“It’s a complicated situation right now in Iraq and the president has taken very targeted actions to provide humanitarian relief that the Iraqi government requested, and to protect American citizens,” she said. “But like the president I believe that any solution in Iraq is going to be a negotiated solution, not a military solution. We do not want to be pulled into another war in Iraq.”

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So, how, exactly does one negotiate with people who murder children for fun?

Naturally, she was taken to task, Twitchy said:

No, they don’t.  Worse yet, they march and protest U.S. efforts against these child-killers, but refuse to protest those engaging in actual crimes against humanity.

Of course.  She’s a typical leftist.


Or perhaps, only cut their heads halfway off…

There’s an idea.

Remember, this is the same loon who said America should be more like Communist China.


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