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HSNW: Libya update
3/24/11: Obama: Coalition cannot militarily force Gaddafi to leave The Obama administration is continuing to send mixed messages about the direction, purpose, and effect of the U.S.-led missile strikes on Libya, with conflicting statements from the top about Col. Qaddafi's grip on power five days into the campaign; the coalition's air dominance has been achieved, but administration officials have not offered a clear picture as to what the no-fly zone is expected to yield; the president reiterated that the coalition does not "have military tools at our disposal in terms of accomplishing Qaddafi's leaving," though he has said it is U.S. policy that Qaddafi should go; Libyan Foreign Minister Musa Kusa spoke by telephone Sunday night with assistant secretary of State Jeffrey Feltman; no details were released Read more
ONLY BELIEVE THE POLLS WHEN THEY SWAY YOUR WAY, RIGHT? Obama’s Libyan Intervention Has Lowest Approval of Any Military Op Polled by Gallup in 4 Decades
(CNSNews.com) - President Barack Obama’s intervention in Libya’s civil war has not only failed to win the approval of a majority of the American people, according to a Gallup poll conducted Monday, it also earned the lowest public approval rating of any U.S. military operation polled by Gallup over the past four decades.
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