posted on Aug, 27 2011 @ 09:07 PM
reply to post by SLAYER69
I echo your sentiments Slayer. No ground troops on the ground in Libya! The US has got its hands full in Afghanistan, and the waning days of the Iraq
War. I was skeptical of this whole military operation from the get go, and I still don't know who these rebels really are? Could they be extremists,
marauding thugs, guys who moonlighted as Iraqi insurgents, or freedom fights as they are often portrayed by the mainstream media? Trade one dictator
for a bunch of little dictators with chips on their soldiers? I see no logic in that whatsoever.
Now that these guys are about to take over, what is to come of Gaddafi's weapons stock piles? Some of it is materials left over from Gaddafi's now
defunct Nuke Program and others include chemical weapons. Who is going to secure those sights, and ensure they don't fall into bad hands? I have my
reservations about these rebels, and the UN and NATO may have very well have kicked a hornets nest?
If US national security is at risk or its citizens, the President and Congress will need to involve the armed services in some way, shape, or form. I
hope the British and the French can handle this situation on their own? The US does not need to be involved in this one, and that is my take on the