CNN's John King talks to David Gergen and Nicholas Burns about Pres. Obama's handling of the military mission in Libya.
To solve a problem always with weapons doesn't work, there must be other ways to handle that. And what will you do with Bahrain, Syria and the whole Middle East? ( Saudi Arabia?? Oil?)
I forgot, Yemen , one of your biggest ally in the "war on terror", being a world police is too expensive.
What President Obama and the allies did in Libya was a BLESSING for those being slaughtered in the streets for no particular reason. I saw the videos being sent from there. Hordes of innocent people begging for freedom and something better were given death in return. What kind of leader is Gadaffi? You know the answer. If nothing else comes of this but long drawn out sorrow then so be it...it was worth slapping Gadaffi around to show him what it feels like to be slapped around like an unarmed puppet on a string. Someone had to do something about it and it was us, it's always us, the other non western powers horde their influence for themselves just like Gadaffi. I am pleased to hear that China's military came out to lend a hand to clear out some innocents though. How much could they possibly disagree? I would like to see something good come out of a relationship with China but I dont want to see the U.S. become their lap-dog neither.
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