I guess Obama is now in favor of toppling brutal dictators before he was against it.
"using military force to topple a murderous dictator amounted to a “dumb war” and should be opposed".
Of course Barack was referring at the time to the Iraq War waged by the other president with the "R" by his name. So is Barack's Obama's Excellent Kinetic Military Action Adventure a "dumb war" as well? Barack once claimed that "deposing Saddam militarily was not necessary, because Iraq posed no “direct threat” to the United State". So are we to suspend disbelief and believe that Gadaffi is a threat to us now? I'm seeing so many parallels with Obama's war of today with Bush's war nine years ago, it's scary. Of course, the true believers of the man who dances with teleprompters will never admit as much.
So what is the objective in Libya?
What is the exit strategy?
How much is this going to cost?
Are we going to "nation build"?
Talk about Deja Vu. These were also the same questions liberals asked Bush about the Iraq War. The questions however this time around aren't nearly as loud nor repeated as back then for some reason, go figure why. I have to wonder, did Obama "lie" about the reasons our military has to fight Gadaffi's forces in Libya? By us being in Libya, are we "creating more terrorists"? Is this all bringing back the good ol days yet? I wonder will John Kerry come out and say to Obama "This is the wrong war, at the wrong place, at the wrong time"? I snicker listening to Barry claim the military involvement has to do with "protecting the Syrian civilians". I guess we are suppose to have a nice big red sucker painted on our faces. I have a feeling that the people in Darfur, Uganda and Rwanda know more about oppression, genocide and brutal dictators more so then the people in Libya ever will.
So why aren't these countries on Obama's "liberation radar"? Oh snap, I forgot. These countries don't have oil deposits, never mind. This is what happens when people who are so loyal to Obama try and justify his actions in Libya while still condemning Bush for Iraq. They sound naive and hypocritical.