August 8th, 2014
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CNN's GUT CHECK for August 8, 2014

CNN’s POLITICAL GUT CHECK | for August 8, 2014 | 5 p.m.
—  n. a pause to assess the state, progress or condition of the political news cycle

JUST IN … U.S. MILITARY LAUNCHES SECOND ROUND OF AIRSTRIKES IN IRAQ:  The U.S. military has begun a second round of airstrikes against ISIS near Irbil, U.S. officials told CNN on Friday afternoon. News of the latest airstrikes came just after the governor of Irbil, Nawzad Hadi, told CNN that ISIS fighters may be as close as 30 kilometers to Irbil. Air strikes are "very important" because ISIS fighters are well armed and are outgunning the Kurdish forces, thanks to the weapons the militants seized from the Iraqi military in Mosul, Hadi said. During that second airstrike, four U.S. fighter jets struck an ISIS convoy of seven vehicles, according to Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby. The warplanes dropped four laser-guided bombs, Kirby said.


Earlier Friday, two U.S. F/A-18 jet fighters bombed artillery of Sunni Islamic extremists in Iraq, escalating America's military involvement more than two years after President Barack Obama brought home forces from the country. Obama on Thursday authorized "targeted airstrikes" if needed to protect U.S. personnel from fighters with ISIS, which calls itself the Islamic State. The U.S. military also could use airstrikes to prevent what officials warn could be a genocide of minority groups by the ISIS fighters. – Tom Cohen and Ben Brumfield

SPEAKER BOEHNER: “The president’s authorization of airstrikes is appropriate, but like many Americans, I am dismayed by the ongoing absence of a strategy for countering the grave threat ISIS poses to the region. Vital national interests are at stake, yet the White House has remained disengaged despite warnings from Iraqi leaders, Congress, and even members of its own administration. Such parochial thinking only emboldens the enemy and squanders the sacrifices Americans have made.”

MAJORITY LEADER REID: “I support President Obama’s decision to send humanitarian air drops to the thousands of stranded Iraqi civilians who have been forced to flee their homes and are at risk of dying. I also support the President’s decision to launch air strikes as long as no combat forces are on the ground. These air strikes are the correct action for our national security, they will protect American interests and save lives in Iraq. I look forward to the Administration’s continued close consultations with Congress.”

Gut Check Flash Back: PRESIDENT OBAMA ON ISIS IN AN INTERVIEW IN JANUARY: “The analogy we use around here sometimes, and I think is accurate, is if a jayvee team puts on Lakers uniforms that doesn’t make them Kobe Bryant.”

GAZA CEASE-FIRE OVER, ROCKET FIRE BEGINS … For residents of Gaza and southern Israel, the fleeting period of calm is over. The Israeli military said it carried out strikes on militant targets in Gaza on Friday in response to a barrage of rocket fire after a three-day truce in the region came to an end without a longer-term agreement. – Azadeh Ansari, Jethro Mullen, John Vause and Matthew Chance

TEA PARTY STRIKES OUT IN TENNESSEE … ALEXANDER WINS PRIMARY: Longtime GOP Sen. Lamar Alexander easily won the Tennessee Republican primary Thursday, defeating tea party backed candidate state Rep. Joe Carr. With nearly all precincts accounted for, Alexander held off Carr with just under 50% of the vote while Carr received just over 40%, according to the Associated Press. The Republican primary was the tea party's last chance – albeit a distant one – to beat an establishment incumbent this election year. – Dana Davidsen

THE BUZZ: WHITE HOUSE GOES ON TODDLER ALERT… President Barack Obama was about to address the nation on Iraq Thursday night when the briefing was delayed because of a security breach on the North Lawn of the White House. A toddler forced the President, the press corps and the nation to wait. The little boy managed to squeeze himself between the bars of the White House fence, just before the briefing was expected to start. It forced a temporary lockdown. – Melodi Smith

MARKET WATCH: The Dow, NASDAQ and S&P all rally Friday, pushing the three indexes higher after a rough week.

TRAIL TRIVIA
(Answer Below)
What was Richard Nixon's last meal at the White House before he resigned 40 years ago today?

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Leading CNNPolitics: Hillary Clinton's unpaid warriors
All over the Internet, bloggers and their circles of friends with no backing from the Clinton orbit defend the former first lady from attacks. While their defenses don't have the weight of a Clinton spokesperson or a former top aide, they are influential in their small community of friends and family. And they are standing up for the person they hope becomes the next President. – Dan Merica

Leading Los Angeles Times: NRCC chairman to stump for 8 GOP congressional candidates in Calif.
National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Greg Walden will host an event Thursday for military veteran Paul Chabot, who is battling Redlands Mayor Pete Aguilar, a Democrat, for the Inland Empire seat being vacated by Rep. Gary Miller (R-Rancho Cucamonga) … The other districts Walden is scheduled to campaign in include two in Sacramento suburbs, where Assemblyman Dan Logue of Loma Rica is challenging Rep. John Garamendi (D-Walnut Grove) and former congressman Doug Ose is taking on Rep. Ami Bera (D-Elk Grove). – Jean Merl

Leading CNNMoney: FDA allows use of Ebola drug. Stock soars
The company behind a potential Ebola drug is red-hot again. Canadian biotech firm Tekmira Pharmaceuticals announced that the Federal Drug Administration knocked down a key barrier to its medicine, TKM Ebola, reaching some patients. The FDA moved the drug from a "full hold" to a "partial hold," which means Tekmira can use the drug in limited experiments. – Melvin Backman

Leading Alaska Dispatch News: Murkowski attorney demands Begich take down TV ad touting cooperation
An attorney for Alaska Republican U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s political committee is demanding that the re-election campaign of her Democratic counterpart, Sen. Mark Begich, take down a TV ad that features a photo of the two senators standing together. Begich, who is running in a hard-fought campaign against three Republican challengers, has used the ad to tout his cooperation and frequent agreement with Murkowski, over her objections. -Murkowski attorney demands Begich take down TV ad touting cooperation. – Nathaniel Herz

Leading Des Moines Register: Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman vote alike more often than you might realize
According to data maintained by Open Congress, a project run by the Sunlight Foundation, a nonpartisan watchdog group, Brown and Portman voted in unison on 227 out of 548 roll call votes. – Stephen Koff

Leading The Hill: Tea Party Senate candidates flop
The Tea Party’s much-hyped war on GOP Senate incumbents is officially a bust. With Sen. Lamar Alexander’s (R-Tenn.) victory on Thursday night, conservative groups have failed to net a single incumbent scalp this cycle. No other GOP incumbents face major primary challenges this year.- Jessica Taylor and Cameron Joseph

Leading New York Times: Clintons Support de Blasio's Push to Bring Democratic Convention to Brooklyn
Hillary Rodham Clinton has never been more of a New Yorker than she has since she left the State Department a year and a half ago. And if she runs for president in 2016, she would appreciate a Democratic National Convention on her home turf. – Amy Chozick

HOT SOTS
The political bites of the day

– Issa: Over 20 Obama officials ‘lost or destroyed’ emails –
HOUSE OVERSIGHT CHAIRMAN DARRELL ISSA IN A STATEMENT: “The Obama administration has lost or destroyed e-mails for more than 20 witnesses, and in each case, the loss wasn’t disclosed to the National Archives or Congress for months or years, in violation of federal law … It defies logic that so many senior Administration officials were found to have ignored federal recordkeeping requirements only after Congress asked to see their e-mails.”

– Alexander: ‘Stuck to my guns’ on immigration -    
LAMAR ALEXANDER, R-TENNESSEE, IN A PHONE INTERVIEW WITH THE WASHINGTON POST: "I had a good win, and I pretty well stuck to my guns.” On lessons learned: “If you have a solution to immigration, it is possible to come home and defend it … Run a Colin Powell-type campaign. Have a clear objective and use overwhelming force."

– Davis rips Abbott in ad highlighting rape case –
NARRATOR IN A NEW WENDY DAVIS FOR GOVERNOR AD: “March 26, 1993. A pleasant spring day in Seguin, Texas. But for one woman, it quickly became a nightmare. A Kirby Vacuum salesman came to her door to offer an in-home demonstration. And while her children slept in the very next room the salesman brutally raped the young mother. The salesman was a sexual predator on probation…but the Kirby vacuum cleaner distributor had failed to perform a routine background check on him. The woman and her husband went all the way to the Texas Supreme Court. Fighting for their right to sue Kirby. Six judges – Democrats and Republicans – ruled in their favor and they won. But Greg Abbott sided with the company against the victim. Saying the company had no responsibility. Thank god, this time…Greg Abbott lost.”

– Bernstein on Nixon resignation: ‘My feeling was just one of total awe’ -
CARL BERNSTEIN TO POLITICO’S MIKE ALLEN: “We were aware that we had a real role in what had happened. My feeling was just one of total awe. The nation had gone through this, and now it seemed it was finally going to end. … The whole system worked. The press had done its job.”

Gut Check Flash Back: NIXON RESIGNATION SPEECH, AUGUST 8, 1974: “I have never been a quitter. To leave office before my term is completed is abhorrent to every instinct in my body. But as President, I must put the interest of America first. America needs a full-time President and a full-time Congress, particularly at this time, with problems we face at home and abroad. Therefore, I shall resign the Presidency effective at noon tomorrow. Vice President Ford will be sworn in as President at that hour in this office.”

TOP TWEETS
What stopped us in 140 characters or less

Alan Grayson (@AlanGrayson)
There is no such thing as humanitarian bombing, in Iraq or anywhere else. Petition: NoNewWar.com pic.twitter.com/clKCrZccCz

Chris Moody (‏@moody)
Mitch McConnell's wife joined board of a group spending $50 million to shut down coal plants. http://news.yahoo.com/mitch-mcconnell-s-wife-sits-on-the-board-of-a-group-working-to-kill-the-coal-industry-041726501.html

Sam Stein (@samsteinhp)
CONFLICT: in Playbook, Woodward says he and Bernstein ate bologna sandwiches as Nixon announced resignation. Bernstein says they ate pizza.

Alex Fitzpatrick (@AlexJamesFitz)
A false-alarm bomb threat at the National Zoo triggered ape escape rumors http://ti.me/1sFFgMA

Vaughn Sterling (‏@vplus)
Big day in our newsroom. It's @CNNSitRoom's NINTH birthday (a feat in the rocky seas of cable news) & our great intern @KOMarchand final day

State of the Union (@CNNsotu)
Pinning the blame on Nixon. 40 years later: Buttoning up Nixon’s resignation. http://cnn.it/1ojqOtu #cnnsotu pic.twitter.com/LdUDSKseod

TRIVIA ANSWER from @sarafischer
President Richard Nixon resigned from office 40 years ago tomorrow. His last White House meal was one of his favorites - cottage cheese with pineapple and a glass of milk. View the archived picture of his final meal here.

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  1. Chris..E.Al

    The leftist promote and do human smuggling . Gun running . And drug
    abuse . Ill stop stating the facts now The truth hurts .

    August 8, 2014 06:34 pm at 6:34 pm |
  2. Gurgyl

    This president is very timely. Republican cult need to understand this Airstrike is eminent. GOP is only cry is Benghazi which is senseless and nonsense. Yes, this economy is improving. If you want to have minimum wage raised–get rid off all the republican trash from the house. Hillary16.

    August 8, 2014 06:36 pm at 6:36 pm |
  3. Hugo

    If our worlds most intelligent Nobel prize winning idiot in Chief had finished the job in Iraq before abandoning ship we would not now be in the Mideast chaos we are now in. The Obama Administration was well aware of the ISIS build up and planned push into Iraq far before it happened, they are all part of the Muslim Brotherhood's dream for the Islamic State. Get ready America, Obama has allowed open the Southern door and the invasion has commenced. I think we may all get a real good taste right here at home of what the brutality of war is really about and probably very soon. What an epic FAIL.

    August 8, 2014 08:00 pm at 8:00 pm |
  4. rick

    Oh you have GOT TO BE KIDDING!!! The police are claiming that by the coronors report 33 years AFTER being shot. That James Brady died of a "homicide" from results of the shooting???! That opens a huge can of worms. Now with this on record. Every stupid car accedent from 1975 can be claimed as a automobile death caused by some faulty part!!! Or every frivoulous claim that can be done WILL BE DONE now. The guy was in his 70s!!! I knew the brady push was stupid. But this is a obvious low thats even a terrorist hasnt tried yet!! Grasping at straws is not even in this reach!! Talk about skewing the facts!! Its like a 50 year old man died of heart attack because parents didnt feed him health food as baby!! No more of a streach than the claim of died of a gunshot wound 33 YEARS after shot!!

    August 8, 2014 09:11 pm at 9:11 pm |
  5. Day Late and Dollar Short Obama

    About damn time Obama gets off the golf course and does SOMETHING!! My fear is he isn't in it to win it, just to drop a few bombs or shoot a few missiles for show to say he tried. He claims he wants to kill terrorists and used drones to take many out. Well here we have an entire ARMY of terrorists, out in the open, in convoys, etc. all sitting ducks for air attacks from bombers or drones with Hellfire missiles.

    It is craziness to not take as many of them out as possible. Let the Iraqis and Kurds do the mop up of what is left of these terrorists on the ground after relentless air attacks. This is NOT rocket science! (well I guess in a way it is!) This should have happened months ago (and tens of thousands of lives ago). Obama is consistently late to the party, late to lead, but I'm sure never misses a tee time.

    August 8, 2014 09:32 pm at 9:32 pm |
  6. Jeff Brown in Jersey

    How are the right wing Cretins going to spin this humanitarian effort into an Obama negative?

    August 8, 2014 09:52 pm at 9:52 pm |
  7. g

    the Iraqi people got to feel secure knowing their billion dollar plus Military cut and ran from a terrorist group .

    August 8, 2014 09:55 pm at 9:55 pm |
  8. J.V.hodgson

    the President consistently and correctly referred to ISOL Islamic State of Levant. they (ISOL) also have fighters in Syria
    Conflating that into an abbreviation ISIS only helps media brevity and fails to understand their objective is to recreate a caliphate that existed hundreds of years ago and ultimately fell.
    Messrs Boehner and other who advocate more military involvement ( without saying how or what ) should remember
    that we went to war with Aghanistan and Iraq ( Sunni Shiites and Taliban ( latter strongly pashtun tribe) and tried to impose western style governance and laws and still the places are tribal and are warring still between tribes and religious sect. These are all religious ideological fights in these two nations where tribal power still has a big say and religious sect membership follows that the tribal leader dictates i.e Sunni, Shiite and in some cases Alawites ( Syria) and Wahhabi in some middle east nations.
    The point is when we attack THESE MUSLIM PEOPLE / ISLAMIC NATIONS THEY CAN INVOKE JIHAD against any nation that took part in the war its a tenet of their religion moderates as well extremists.
    Historically sunnis , Shiite's and other Islamic sects have fought each other with extreme violence and dedication of thousands of Suicide bombers seeking the heavenly virgins.
    Our constitution says we have religious freedom... when we try to impose a system of governance and laws that ignores sharia law on tribes with different interpretation of the Qu'ran..... sending our military in only makes us a Jihad target naming them terrorists an having a declared war on terrorism ( NB all terror groups are Muslims and Islamic believers) They are simply doing to us what we did to them declare Jihad on the infidel .
    Declare peace not war on Islam and if they don't stop fighting within themselves that's life..... but they will have no justification to " violently ( jihad) attack us on religious grounds... they'll still have to follow the faith and the prophets dictat to convert all infidels.....
    Regards
    Hodgson

    August 9, 2014 12:35 am at 12:35 am |
  9. rick

    The real truth about the air strikes being done is to prevent the emergency supplies that were air dropped to the refugees from being stole by the terrorists. Those people left with barely the clothes on their backs. When was seen that they were being given food and water. The terrorists attempted to move artillery and troops to steal it and kill the people. Thats exactly what was expected. What wasnt expected was a lazer guided bomb to PREVENT the food and supplies from being stolen. This time there can be no claim of ?innocent civilians? Since exery one had a AK47 in their hands. And not a child to hide behind like another example..

    August 9, 2014 06:13 am at 6:13 am |
  10. Marie MD

    What KY pauly showed US is that he is a yellow bellied coward when the pro dream Mexican woman came up to king in Iowa while they were eating, what looked like a pretty big juicy hamburger I might add, at a restaurant and he bolted like a roach when the lights are turned on.
    Typical teaklan and "ex "libertarian". Talk is cheap actions speak for themselves.
    He has been trying to appeal to Blacks and Latinos just as long as his diarrhea of the mouth lies and pretending he cares and has the answers are not challenged, All he wants right now is votes that he will never get.
    His town hall meetings with the above two groups are usually empty. The teaklans don't get the fact that we know where you are coming from and we don't like you.

    August 9, 2014 06:30 am at 6:30 am |
  11. Gurgyl

    Yes, "Dictators are good for that part of Islamic nations", true, by removing that dictator, SADDAM HUSSAIN, it was a grave mistake. Now, entire Middle-east saw fiasco, destabilized. Also, none of those Islamic nations want democracy. Yes, Oil is run by Dictators, nations run by IMAMS. It is true. You digest it or not.

    August 9, 2014 07:40 am at 7:40 am |
  12. jpmichigan

    as always Obama is a buck short and a day late. Just maybe he should watch the media and learn what's really going on around him in the world.

    August 9, 2014 07:57 am at 7:57 am |
  13. Gunderson

    Whazzat?,
    Carl Bernstein eats s and b at the moon with all of his communist buddies at the Washington Daily
    worker. Next election all the fears of the Liberal Press will come back to haunt them! Dan Rather will become a recluse. The Obama's Presidency will finally crash to the ground. The great unwashed will rise again!

    August 9, 2014 10:01 am at 10:01 am |
  14. nauthizjane2014

    Obama seems to have a hard time believing that radical islam cannot coexist with the modern world. It is just too evil and too dangerous for the world's survival. Obama has too many grey areas. He does not seem to be able to see that America is a force for good and that America has to lead in this fight for the world's freedom, because there is no one else to do it. He sees the beheadings, the murder of children, the rape of women and he thinks this is a regional matter. The world has to shame him into stopping genocide. Obama does not see,will not allow himself to understand, that radical islam is a war on humanity. Radical Islam, whether it is ISIS or Hamas, AlQaida or Boko Haram–they all want to convert, subjugate or murder infidels the world over. Yes it is scary. Yes it is barbaric. Yes is repulsive. But, we either destroy and reeducate it's acolytes or they will destroy the free world. I pray Obama destroys ISIS in Iraq and destroys its financial and logistical support, because they are coming for us next if we allow them their genocidal march thru the Middle East. A Caliphate that is a terrorist state will lead to another world war. I pray Obama does not let this crisis metastasize into a cancer that threatens the world. Just as a side note. Bush was right. Controlling Iraq, bringing democracy to Iraq, is essential for the world's war against radical islam. He tried to tell us.

    August 9, 2014 10:53 am at 10:53 am |
  15. Klutch Cargo

    Eh,
    WHAT A TANGLED WEB WE WEAVE, WHEN FIRST WE PRACTICE TO DECEIVE. The Cold Hard Facts are showing up in Spades. Obama is finally having to have to act on the problems facing the world. Face it folks, he is still leading from behind. However he wants to give all illegals here Amnesty. Not many people are buying it.

    August 9, 2014 11:29 am at 11:29 am |
  16. rs

    Hugo
    If our worlds most intelligent Nobel prize winning idiot in Chief had finished the job in Iraq before abandoning ship we would not now be in the Mideast chaos we are now in.
    ___________________
    Has it occurred to you or the other yammering Right-wingers that perhaps had President Bush not destroyed Iraq; killing 125,000 of their civilians; sending another 2 million of them all across the middle east as refugees; and touching off the vicious civil war that raged there for 4 years that we might not be dealing with the Islamic State (they no longer call themselves ISIS btw)?

    As to ending the war- you ignore three crucial facts:
    1. The end of the war was negotiated by the Bush Administration to run out after he left office.
    2. That the Iraqis formally asked us to leave (and signed that treaty).
    3. We could not negotiate protection of our soldiers from Iraqi law, and probable prosecution if we stayed.

    In sum: Perhaps if Mr. Bush's corrupt puppet Malachi has not been such an ineffective and corrupt leader; Perhaps if we hadn't attacked the wrong country; perhaps if our attack hadn't touched off the "Arab Spring" we wouldn't be facing these challenges today- perhaps if the Right grasped their culpability in creating this situation, and simply shut up, we'd all be better off!

    August 9, 2014 11:31 am at 11:31 am |
  17. rs

    g
    the Iraqi people got to feel secure knowing their billion dollar plus Military cut and ran from a terrorist group .
    _____________________
    And far worse, we are fighting these terrorists who are now armed with the military hardware the American taxpayer put into the hands of the Iraqi Army. When the GOP screws up abroad, they do it right!

    August 9, 2014 11:34 am at 11:34 am |
  18. Wes

    obama is a disaster.

    August 9, 2014 11:37 am at 11:37 am |
  19. Rick McDaniel

    My gut says we have gutless criminal running our government.

    August 9, 2014 11:46 am at 11:46 am |
  20. rs

    Klutch Cargo
    Eh,
    WHAT A TANGLED WEB WE WEAVE, WHEN FIRST WE PRACTICE TO DECEIVE. The Cold Hard Facts are showing up in Spades. Obama is finally having to have to act on the problems facing the world. Face it folks, he is still leading from behind. However he wants to give all illegals here Amnesty. Not many people are buying it.
    ____________________
    How can the President "lead from behind" when the Iraqis told us to leave? How can he "lead from behind" when he didn't attack and invade the wrong nation as Mr. Bush did? How can he "lead from behind" when he is in fact the only functioning part of the federal government? Really- what has the GOP proposed to clean up their "big adventure" in Iraq? Anything? Anything at all?
    As to illegals and amnesty, the President said" the truth is the vast majority of these children will be sent home" Sound like amnesty to you?
    Stop lying.

    August 9, 2014 12:00 pm at 12:00 pm |
  21. rs

    jpmichigan
    as always Obama is a buck short and a day late. Just maybe he should watch the media and learn what's really going on around him in the world.
    ____________
    Be sure to write down and send your solution to someone in the GOP- because while Mr. Obama is "a day late", the GOP has no solution at all- just their usual petty whining.

    August 9, 2014 12:02 pm at 12:02 pm |
  22. Longtimer

    nauthizjane2014
    Obama seems to have a hard time believing that radical islam cannot coexist with the modern world. It is just too evil and too dangerous for the world's survival. Obama has too many grey areas. He does not seem to be able to see that America is a force for good and that America has to lead in this fight for the world's freedom, because there is no one else to do it. He sees the beheadings, the murder of children, the rape of women and he thinks this is a regional matter.
    ++++++++++++++++
    First- everything you say about radical (or actually fundamentalist) Islam, you can say about fundamentalist Christianity.
    Second-you fail to annunciate the Right's solution to these problems- from where I sit, I see nothing coming from the less-than-loyal opposition.
    Third- how are you with hypocrisy? Are not the children from Central America fleeing the same sorts of killings and rapes? Your response? Scream at children on INS buses. Face it- the Right doesn't care about any humanitarian issues- this is just political gamesmanship for them. Nothing more, nothing less.

    August 9, 2014 12:07 pm at 12:07 pm |
  23. Thomas

    Rand Paul / Mickey Rourke 2016

    Why Not ?

    August 9, 2014 12:46 pm at 12:46 pm |
  24. Thomas

    @Rick McDaniel
    My gut says we have gutless criminal running our government.
    ==========

    Will you get over it , "Dick" Cheney is no longer President.

    You need to move on Rick , stop blaming GW Bush for Ebola .

    August 9, 2014 12:51 pm at 12:51 pm |
  25. J Anthony

    @rabid-right commenters begging for WW3: yes, we should wipe all these hateful fanatics off the face of the Earth. So how do we do that, without major collateral damage and global repercussions? Or do you not care because you believe Jesus will save you from Armageddon? You people are hilarious. Smart, sane people are trying to avoid bringing about our own demise. Do you idiots ever learn from past mistakes? I'm no Obama fan, but i'd bet he has a better idea of what's going on than you do. Turn off fear-mongering AM hate-radio and educate yourselves.

    August 9, 2014 01:07 pm at 1:07 pm |
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