Could America be Pushed over the Economic Edge?

Greg Hunter
USA Watchdog

It’s official.  The U.S. transferred command of the Libyan no-fly-zone to NATO yesterday, but don’t think that ends U.S. involvement. is reporting Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be heading to London next week to discuss and coordinate military strategy. The story said, “Having eliminated Libyan air defenses, U.S. military officials said the campaign has entered a second phase that will focus on decimating Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s ground forces. Coalition air strikes also increased over Tripoli, capital of Libya, with warplanes targeting fuel depots and local military installations.” (Click here for the complete story.)

So, it looks like America will still be on the hook both militarily and financially.  This appears to be a political move to give the appearance of less U.S. involvement in the Libyan war.  Nothing could be further from the truth because, the fact is, without the U.S. and its military might, the entire operation would fall apart.  It has been reported that some UK Ministers say this intervention in Libya could last “30 years.”  Yes, you read that right—30 years!  The Daily Mail reported this week, “Asked for an estimate, British Armed Forces Minister Nick Harvey said: ‘How long is a piece of string? We don’t know how long this is going to go on.  ‘We don’t know if this is going to result in a stalemate. We don’t know if his capabilities are going to be degraded quickly. Ask me again in a week.” (Click here for the complete Daily Mail story.)

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