One more reason for Congress to debate article of impeachment in 2012 if Obumbler is re-elected:
It is preposterous to use a euphemism like “kinetic military action” and claim that the military campaign against the Gaddafi regime is not a “war.” If any nation sent hundreds of missiles and bombs into the United States, all of them aimed at the American armed forces, the American people would of course consider this to be an act of war. And the stakes have increased with the authorization of covert operations within Libya by the president.
The fact that U.S. ground forces are not involved, at least not officially, does not turn Libya into a non-war. When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, they used only airplanes and submarines, not ground forces. The American people rightly understood Pearl Harbor as an act of war.