Once again in Libya like Afghanistan with the mujaheddin we are contemplating arming those who are more than likely our enemies. Who exactly are we helping and protecting, and who is in command and control of our troops?
This administration's policy in Libya is more than a few days late and short of an organized coalition has our allies in some cases on different pages than the United States and less than clear or willing to make the contributions as promised.
At this point one could argue it might be a credible exercise to fire every analyst and bureaucrat in the State Department writing policy and cleaning house at the NSA, NIE and the CIA.
It is fair to say these agencies appear to be wasting our money. When was the last time they were right? Given their track record a Ouija board, or a pin the tail on the donkey game or dart board would be as effective in determining who to arm or who is a reliable partner worthy of our investment of foreign aid dollars.
So far we have fired 170 tomahawks at Gaddafi's forces, well near a 100 million dollars in missiles alone. That money hasn't bought very much peace or protection for Libyan citizens, or earned us any allies.
Both Democrats and Republicans alike are miffed and unhappy with how the Administration has handled the decision to use military force in Libya, and many Congressmen are questioning the Constitutionality of the administrations choices for this action.
It is more than obvious critical thinking is not emanating from either the Obama Administration, the Department of State or the NSA and CIA. Or the other more likely deduction is that the Obama Administration is so busy promoting their Post American Policy they refuse even the most obvious facts. Facts that do not fit Obama's vile and apologetic vision of America and the World.
On Monday Obama is supposed to address to the United States, and explain his policy.
Looks like the Obama Administration has a very bad case of Ready, Fire, Aim.