Patrick J. Buchanan asks, "If regime change is now the unstated NATO mission, who but the United States can ensure the mission is accomplished?" — Are We Allied to a Corpse? A more fundamental question: "What benefit does America receive from membership in NATO, to justify the cost of maintaining tens of thousands of troops, air and naval bases, ships, and planes defending a rich and populous continent that chronically refuses to provide the arms and men to defend itself?"
"The Libyan war seems almost unique in its mix of frivolous decision-making, confused objectives, minimal benefits, and bungled execution," says Doug Bandow, an example of "why war should be a last rather than first resort" — West Exacerbates Libyans' Suffering.
Anthony Gregory reminds us that "Clinton and Obama have both revealed themselves to be as bloodthirsty as the Bushes before them" — From Waco to Libya: 18 Years of Humanitarian Mass Murder.
Labels: Africa, America the Beautiful, Paleoconservatism, Paleolibertarianism, Peace, The Middle East, War and Rumors of War