Americans appear wary over U.S. role in Libya
Near the beginning comments online and in newspapers point to careful American support for an imperfect role in bombing Libyan air military protection except wariness over tangle the United States in an ill-defined military assignment

The United States was sluggish to act on Libya yet wise to play downward its role in a military interference, some U.S. editorials, columnist and bloggers said. They also raised concern over a apparent lack of leadership in a "war by group."

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, in power seeing as a military coup in 1969, lost manages of large sections of the country in a revolution last month and his armed forces had been warfare back.

Excluding a military coalition, with France, Britain and the United States, has been firing missiles at Libyan aims for several days to insist on a no-fly zone over the country, which was permitted by the U.N. Security Council on Thursday.

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