Column: Count on France for help with ISIS
President Obama went on TV Thursday and welcomed the offer by France to help the U.S. battle ISIS in Syria and Iraq. They're always a big help. This summer, Disneyworld in Paris set off a huge fireworks show on the Fourth of July, and after ten minutes, France surrendered.
Scotland held a historic voter referendum Thursday to decide whether to be independent or remain part of the United Kingdom. The U.S. government-supported union. It was awkward when Joe Biden said he was fine with Scotland leaving the UK as long as it remained in England.
Ukraine president Petros Poroshenko addressed the U.S. Congress Thursday and asked for weapons to fight Russia. The Ukrainian became a billionaire manufacturing candy. If Poroshenko dies suddenly, no one'll know who poisoned him, Vladimir Putin or Michelle Obama.
Sydney police foiled a plot by ISIS in Australia to kidnap Australians and behead them on camera Friday. ISIS was going to behead Australians after beheading two Americans and two Britons. Canadians must be wondering if they didn't look their best in the swimsuit competition.
HHS said the number of people on Obamacare dropped a million to seven million this past month. That's how many people didn't pay their first premium. As for the seven million remaining, wait until they go to the doctor and find out that they signed up for Amazon Prime.