Friday, April 22, 2011

John McCain: Leader on Libya

When Senator John McCain was running for the White House in 2008, one of his most successful campaign points was that he would have the experience and qualifications to lead the United States in a time of War, or international crisis, while his opponent would not be able to rise to the occasion.

He was definitely accurate on the second count; today he confirmed the first.

Senator McCain, knowing full well he's entering a war zone, arrived in Benghazi this morning to meet with the Rebel's leadership, and to discuss how the United States government can support them moving forward. This comes just one day after President Obama ordered Predator drones to attack Gaddafi's forces.

The Senator was graciously welcomed and toured the Rebel stronghold.

This morning should be a real wake up call for all American voters who desired leadership, but supported Obama in 2008 - they voted for the wrong man, and I hope they are all regretting it every day.

What say you?


  1. Meddling in Libya's affair is as Ghaddafi suporting the Nation of Islam and black gangs for a potential insurection in the 90's.

  2. McCain would have actually known how to handle these crises in the Middle East. Obama is just vacillating.