White House: ‘War on terrorism’ is over – Obama: U.S. Must Renew Fight Against al-Qaeda

Are you confused? I am! Which is it Obama?

It’s official. The U.S. is no longer engaged in a “war on terrorism.” Neither is it fighting “jihadists” or in a “global war.”

President Obama’s top homeland security and counterterrorism official took all three terms off the table of acceptable words inside the White House during a speech Thursday at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a Washington think tank.

“The President does not describe this as a ‘war on terrorism,'” said John Brennan, head of the White House homeland security office, who outlined a “new way of seeing” the fight against terrorism. SOURCE

Obama: U.S. Must Renew Fight Against al-Qaeda

President Barack Obama sought to rally Americans behind the war in Afghanistan on the eighth anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States as opinion polls show faltering public support for the conflict.

“Let us renew our resolve against those who perpetrated this barbaric act and plot against us still,” Obama said on Friday at a somber ceremony attended by about 500 people under rain-filled skies at the Pentagon.

“In pursuit of al Qaeda and its extremist allies we will never falter,” he said, before laying a wreath at a memorial for those killed at the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. SOURCE

Which is it Obama? Come on you know the answer and we the people should know the truth about you by now.