"At this point, regardless of whether you like Obama or not, this has nothing to do with whether we like Obama or not, this question is a question of whether this is good for the United States of America," Laura Ingraham said Tuesday on "FOX & Friends."
"The idea that the Republicans, and John McCain and Lindsey Graham march out of the White House yesterday and say, well the president really screwed all this all up, and we should have done a lot more, we should have armed these rebels, but we really have to move forward because our credibility is at stake. No, no, no. Our credibility is not at stake. The president's credibility is at stake," she continued.
"What's good for our country and what's good for President Obama politically are two separate things. And I think he has made things very difficult for himself and for our country, but it doesn't mean that we make things worse by getting involved in a conflict where apparently we're going to be arming people who are screaming "Allahu Akbar" as they shoot down a jet or whatever it is they're doing over there."
"For the neoconservatives to say, our credibility is at stake, I would submit to them that our credibility might be at stake because of very confused foreign policy over the last 12 years, let alone over the last 12 months.
"In the last 10 years, weâ€™ve gotten involved in two major military actions,â€ť she added. â€śOur country is poorer, we have more unemployment, we have Barack Obama as president. We wouldnâ€™t have Obama as president, sadly, if we didnâ€™t go into Iraq."