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    "CANADA TAKES CHARGE ON LIBYA"

    followed by:

    "Canada Government Falls In Vote Of No Confidence..."





    Nothing good (except some oil) comes out of Libya.
     
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    I heard NATO was taking charge of Libya. Just to let you know the value we place on Libya we fired over a 100 Tomahawk missile at somebody in Libya and over 41,000,000 each. These are valuable targets. Can we find a cheaper way to kill people.
     
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    Gas? Biologicals? These are certainly cheaper alternatives but more collateral damage and less humane than blowing someones arm off. Surgical strikes will always cost more in terms of money but less in human terms. I wonder if we are still using cruise missiles inf Afghanistan or Pakistan?
     
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    Granny says, "Juxta what?, Lissen up here - Khaddafi was whuppin' up onna Libyans so Obama decided to whup up onna Khaddafi...
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    Crisis in Libya Too Urgent to Wait for Congress, White House Says
    Friday, March 25, 2011 Washington (CNSNews.com) – The U.S. intervention into the Libyan civil war is constitutional even without congressional authorization, the White House spokesman said Friday.
    See also:

    White House Says It Did Consult With Congress on Libya; Suggests Some Criticism ‘Driven by Politics’
    Thursday, March 24, 2011 – Congress was adequately consulted before the military assault against Libya began, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Thursday. Congress did not formally authorize military action, but Carney laid out a number of instances in which President Barack Obama and various administration officials informed members of Congress.
     
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