Former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld tells CNN's John King why he thinks the U.S. is sending mixed signals in Libya. Sec. Rumsfeld also shares his thoughts on the GOP race for 2012. Tune in to John King, USA tonight at 7pm EST for the full interview.
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RedState.Com Editor Erick-Woods Erickson:
– Barack Obama finally admits some of the rebels in Libya may not be friendly to us. So he doesn't want to jump in with both feet. He's just going to send us off to NATO so we can still be in charge while pretending we are not in charge.
– House Republicans want House Democrats to work with them on a budget, alienating conservatives. Boehner may win this battle, but then lose the war.
– The Balanced Budget Amendment is picking up steam with several Republican Governors and a unified GOP Senate demanding passage out of Congress.
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