What’s so odd about “Inherent Resolve” is that there were reports that it had already been considered and scraped as a name because it was just too “bleh.” But now it’s back?
As far as the war is actually going, however, this is a much more accurate name:
@jaketapper I think you spelled "Incoherent" wrong.
— Rick Moore (@RickMoore) October 15, 2014
“Incoherent Resolve” is funny because it’s true.
"Inherent" Resolve a weird fit for ISIL op. "Quivering" or "Wavering" more appropriate. Come to think of it, "resolve" doesn't work either.
— John Noonan (@noonanjo) October 15, 2014
“It is just kind of bleh,” said a military officer of "Operation Inherent Resolve." But that was back on October 3. http://t.co/ul6No3wUjz
— Micah Zenko (@MicahZenko) October 15, 2014
@jaketapper really? that’s not very “strike fear into the heart of the enemy”-y
— E3NA (@E3NA) October 15, 2014
.@jaketapper and now…PC names for military operations.
— Amy (@Amyatbeach) October 15, 2014
— Pradheep Shanker MD (@Neoavatara) October 15, 2014
@jaketapper In the face of rampant beheading, I had hoped for something a bit more robust.
— Todd Erzen (@todderzen) October 15, 2014
Thought officials had rejected Operation Inherent Resolve? Was deemed “just kind of bleh” http://t.co/AD5zr7HBLW
— Amanda Terkel (@aterkel) October 15, 2014
Inherent Resolve battles tough stains like ISIS, coffee, grape juice, motor oil, spaghetti sauce, red wine and grass. http://t.co/mKWCKwK7Va
— Jonathan Schanzer (@JSchanzer) October 15, 2014
Apparently the name of the operation against ISIS is 'Operation Inherent Resolve.’ How Obama-y is that name?
— Ryan P McCarthy (@Ryan_PMccarthy) October 15, 2014