Sunday, March 27, 2011
Oops. Barry lies again.
U.S.-led military action in Libya has bolstered rebels fighting Moammar Gadhafi’s forces, but the international operation could continue for months, the Obama administration says.
Ahead of President Barack Obama’s national address Monday to explain his decision to act against the Libyan leader (without the approval of Congress, I might add), Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in appearances on the Sunday blab shows that the military intervention had effectively rendered Gadhafi’s forces defenseless against air attacks and created the conditions for opposition advances westward.
Those three words: opposition advances westward is code for the oil is safe and flowing to OPEC.
MEMO to Speaker Boehner: Time to put down the martini and order the damned Articles of Impeachment. This cat started a war without Congressional approval. Not OK.