Still pondering that no-fly zone over Libya?
Get this straight, then we’ll talk about the rest:
OK, we have openly sided, once again, with one side in a civil war. Granted no one seems to like Kadhafi, choosing a side involves not only showing support for one side, but showing opposition to all those people that support the other side. My own person opinion is to stay out of it and show support for whoever leads the country after the fact, whether we like them or not.
IF we do decide to support one side over the other, then you better fight to win. The other side will. If you lose then you can pretty much count on that country’s resources going to oppose anything you try to do, or worse.
So, what does this president do?
What is now the one month anniversary of the uprisings, a full thirty days after Kadhafi ordered his military to attack those rebels and anything associated with them:
Hillary Clinton is meeting with the rebels while the military does nothing. And, yesterday, the United Nations Security Council met and could not come to an agreement over the no-fly policy in Libya.
In simpler terms, nothing.
In a week or two, this will be over.
Then, in Libya, Kadhafi will continue to hate us and everyone else there won’t trust us because Clinton led them on and Obama did nothing by passing the hat to an organization he knows is plodding and inept.
Which of course leads to my neverending poll:
And a little less importantly: