He's a chance to make another import decision that could have long term benefits. The only problem is knowing the real agenda of the Rebels, as is the case in all of these seemingly coordinated efforts not only in the Middle East but there are attempts to spread this to Europe and there have been calls for a "Day of Rage" as has been the rallying cry in just about every single rebellion so far.
It should make you wonder what or who is really behind all these calls for Democracy.
Keep in mind that we are not a Democracy, we are a "Democratic Republic," and it is not the same thing by a long shot.
This time at least the Rebels are willing to ask for help in a face to face meeting and I see that as very important, Obama has a slim chance to get some answers to some very important questions.
Libya rebels seek funds in White House meeting | Reuters
(Reuters) - Libyan rebels will meet senior White House officials in Washington Friday, seeking both cash and diplomatic legitimacy in their war to topple Muammar Gaddafi.
The head of the rebel National Transitional Council's executive bureau, Mahmoud Jebril, will meet President Barack Obama's national security adviser, Tom Donilon, and other senior officials, the White House said in a statement.
Jebril, a U.S.-educated technocrat who has become the public face of the rebel council, made a plea for Washington to free up some $180 million in frozen Gaddafi funds to fund the rebels fighting to end his 41-year rule.