Mon dieu! People still listening to Stephen Hadley?

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Don't buy the lie -- U.S. war on Libya is NOT a humanitarian mission. 

You don't "save" people by killing them.

Stephen J. Hadley, a former national security adviser to President George W. Bush and an architect of the 2003 Iraq invasion, said at a forum in San Francisco on Saturday that he feared the limited approach "could set us up for failure."

"I don't quite see what is behind the strategy in Libya," Mr. Hadley said, speaking while a small clutch of protesters -- mostly yelling chants about Iraq -- were on the streets below. "We are now in a situation where we have a mismatch of what the president said we want to do as a nation, what the U.N. Security Council authorizes, and what we are actually ready to commit in resources."
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