Is society was made of coral our world would be floral.
At this point, I believe the U.S. role is logistical and thereby not a violation of the WPA.Are you trying to make the case that the US’ role in Libya has only been logistical? If so, how do you explain the US F-15 pilot who was shot down in Libya or the US bombs and missiles that took out Libyan air defenses etc.? I just don’t understand your logic here.
Just because my politics are Conservative doesn't mean that I'm going to chase after an obvious lie. In fact, I'm not going to chase after an obvious lie, because of my Conservative lean.You need to change that political “lean” description from “very conservative” to “republican” because real conservatives have more respect for the Constitution than you are showing while republicans don’t really give a rip about the Constitution. Republicans and Democrats are both just as guilty of tearing up the Constitution when they are in power but Republicans like you are notoriously war mongering thugs who have never seen a war they didn’t like.
The WPR only applies when an attack or eminent threat already exists. It isn’t complicated.
I see, you think the Army is the only offensive weapon the US has and if it goes boom and the Army didn’t do it, it must be logistical right? This is why we refer to grunts like you as “Aint Real Men Yet”, affectionately of course.
As far as I know, those missions ended less than two weeks into the operation and since then U.S. operations have been restricted to logistical support for NATO forces. If you have information concerning U.S. units conducting combat operations, I would love to see it; you may just change my opinion.I’m not sure how you can call US missile strikes, air strikes and naval gunfire “logistical support”. Maybe that’s what you called it in your platoon when you were in the Army but in the real world, anything that goes “boom” and blows the enemies’ crap up isn’t “logistical”.
Apology accepted.No comment.
I think you'd be better off with just "combat units" and "support units", or "logistical support" etc.
I’ll let you wallow in the muddy hole you have dug. The Army produces some very talented intelligence personnel but you obviously don’t fit that class. Only grunts like you would refer to air sorties as “support arms” and most grunts easily recognize the difference between logistics and combat. You sure you were in the Army?
If you trust that US attack missions ended 2 weeks into the operation, you are more of a tool than I thought. You have 2 more hours to redeem yourself from the dregs of political zombie because I won’t care what you post after 12:00 PST and won’t be available to respond.
There are no US attack helicopters being utilized here. Take another look. I believe it is just British and French, though the other European NATO powers may have choppers in there as well.