Friday, March 25, 2011

US Lawmakers to Act Against Libya Move

American lawmakers are studying legislation to cut off funding for the US military operations in Libya, arguing the effort lacks congressional authorization.

Leading the Congressional measure is Republican Tim Johnson, who argues that US President Barak Obama should have consulted Congress before launching the military campaign.

In an interview with The Huffington Post on Wednesday, he described Obama as the "new war-mongering president” and said the decision to launch a strike on Libya “elevates hatred toward America".'


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