Skip to comments.81 Republicans Flip-Flop on Libyan Votes
Posted on 06/26/2011 4:19:54 PM PDT by MuscledUpEnforcer
Eighty-one House Republicans voted both ways...
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I thought the war was a terrible idea, but now that Obama has gone ahead and committed acts of war against Khadafy, his regime needs to be ended. Otherwise it is just a matter of time until another airliner falls out of the sky full of Americans.
I would vote FOR impeachment against Obama for usurping the constitutional prerogative of Congress to decide whether or not to go to war against a country at peace with us.
And I would allow the war to continue until we take out Khadafy. In fact, I would put whatever force on the ground we need to take him out quickly, in a matter of DAYS. Then I would withdraw those forces and tell the British and the French that THEY need to put an occupation force in there to protect the new interim council from being taken over by jihadis.
Those are not inconsistent positions. Obama with his unconstitutional bumbling has put us in this position.
The worst case for us is what is shaping up, western Libya controlled by Khadafy looking for revenge against us and the western Europeans, and an eastern Libya controlled by the “rebels” heavily infiltrated by jihadis with new access to their own oil wealth to finance jihad.
Posting URLs as an article title is really bad form.
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Not true — the second vote wasn’t to fully defund the operation in Libya, but simply would have limited how the funds were used.
Anyone who voted “yes” to that one actually gave Obama approval to continue the action in Libya, albeit with limited funding. Those who voted “no” to the first one, then “yes” to the second, contradicted themselves.
Agreed. There are two separate questions here:
1) Should we be in Libya? (No).
2) Now that we are in Libya should we hang our soldiers out to dry or do a cut and run? (again No.)
We need to hammer Dumb0 on this in a way that doesn’t get our soldiers killed.
OK...since you don’t want to do it, and you don’t wish to speak with us.
I’ll take care of it.
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I thought I had copied the title when I pasted it, but I had actually copied the URL. So I then pasted the URL in the correct field and filled out the others but forget to correct the Title. It was an error and once it was submitted I know of no way to correct it. Is it possible?
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Why do you think this article isn’t appropriate? Blogs are personal journal or diary...this is a news story.
I agree that I posted it in the wrong category. I didn’t see the News category. I would think it’s “news”, not blog. A blog is a personal diary, at least the way I see it.
Why do you say it should be blog?
Unless we have boots on the ground, all defunding does is prevent putting pilots and sailors at further risk. Even if there are a few boots on the ground, all that voting “yes” for defunding would require is taking them out of danger.
And the National Republican Senatorial Committee wonders why we hang up on them when they call for donations..
That and the fact that this group of spineless twerps did not question Panetta about his friendship with those commies ‘de Lucy ( sp) and wife before confirming him as sec def
God help us.
exposeobama.com is a political site (looking for donations) that reposted the story from cnsnews.com
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