Gates calls for limited role aiding Libyan rebels
The U.S. should keep away from developing a closer association with Libyan antagonism forces, guard leaders said Thursday, telling an often hostile Congress that overseas nations have got to now take over air strike everyday jobs and any effort to train and give the rebels.

By means of the U.S. role in Libya at a rotating point, the next critical decision is how, if at all, the U.S. chooses to hold up the opposition forces, particularly in the face of the ongoing monetary plan crisis at home. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said he is opposite to arming the rebels, a step his boss President Barack Obama has not lined out.

Gates and Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said it was time to turn the mass of the divergence more than to NATO.

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