Thursday, March 31, 2011

NO U.S. or Canadian "Boots On The Ground" In Libya, So They Say Now.

So, NATO has given itself three months to win this war for the Libyan rebels. The rebels are to get no "arms". And U.S. and Canada won't put any boots on the ground. I don't hear others fighting for the chance to put their boots on the ground at this time.

So, death and loses will be slow in this case. And a win may be elusive. Can somebody please tell me if we are at war or not. And if we are, just exactly what kind of war is this? I can't believe we are so naive as to think that the approach the so-called allies are taking is one our statesmen of yesterday year would take. These guys are out of their depth trying to play "we're in, but not all the way". More lives will be lost and NATO is just getting around to investigating how many have been lost so far. Thank you NATO, how nice of you.

Every one of the allies, especially the U.S. under B.O. is tiptoeing through the tulips on this one in fear of loosing their political base at home. Integrity is no longer at stake, only survival -- their very own at the next elections.

If I'm any example of what some people think, I believe that there is only one thing worse that most of the world hates about a country like the U.S. that goes into another country when it doesn't belong; and that's a country that can't make up its mind as to whether it is in or out, and does everything to just look and survive the next elections. The U.S. is coming very close at being just that.

U.S. not sending ground forces to Libya: Gates - World - CBC News


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