Agent of a Foreign Power: Britain
June 28, 2011, Harold Koh represented the White House in a senate committee hearing, before the mark-up of the Kerry-McCain bill, which would, in effect, make side-stepping our Constitution a legitimate means of executing Presidential policy. Why would the Senate defend this?
Is It Not Treason?
The beginning of July has come, and the bankruptcy of the states, and the world, is very exposed. LaRouche warned that under the conditions of crisis, Obama will move towards dictatorial powers. Both of these threats, economic collapse and dictatorship, could be halted, with the Congress’ demonstration of leadership, with the adoption of FDR’s Glass-Steagall legislation. Why is Senator John Kerry selling out the future of the nation, by defending Obama?
The source stated that additional Special Forces are headed to Libya in July, with a Calvary Division (heavy armor) and three corps deploying in late October and early November. Initial numbers are estimated at 12,000 active forces and another 15,000 in support, totaling nearly 30,000 troops.
This information was confirmed by numerous calls and e-mails from other military personnel, some indicating large troop deployment as early as September. Among these supporting sources is a British S.A.S. officer confirming that U.S. Army Rangers are already in Libya. The chatter differs in the details, but the overall convergence is clear– that a full-on war is emerging this fall as Gaddafi continues to evade attempts to remove him from power.
Lawmakers sue to end U.S. role in Libya fight
A bipartisan group of House lawmakers went to court Wednesday to try to stop President Obama’s troop deployment to Libya, saying it violates the law, but the White House submitted a report to Congress arguing that it is adhering to the War Powers Resolution because it is not actually engaged in “hostilities.”
“U.S. operations do not involve sustained fighting or active exchanges of fire with hostile forces, nor do they involve the presence of U.S. ground troops, U.S. casualties or a serious threat thereof,” the administration said in a 32-page public report, which was sent to Congress along with a classified annex describing in more detail the rebels the U.S. is aiding.
In an accompanying letter to Congress, Mr. Obama said the U.S. is supporting a NATO coalition that is maintaining a no-fly zone over the country to give rebels there room for opportunity, though he said with the exception of a rescue mission in March, no American ground forces have been deployed to Libya. Read entire article