After careful analysis of Barack Obama's shiny new war on Libya and reviewing the state of his "international coalition," we can say with some confidence (and just a tasteful hint of dyslexia) that it is a complete fustercluck.
Not only is no one clearly in charge, nor is there a clear mission, but things are so screwed up that Mr. Obama now has NATO members sniping at each other in a desperate rush to avoid accountability for this mess.
Germany is pulling its equipment out of the coalition, France says that they're not at war with anyone and want a political committee to start making decisions, Italy is claiming that France is pushing NATO actions only to get oil, and Barack Obama is increasingly stammering that he "vas only followink orders" from the United Nations...despite his earlier assertions that he "directed" the start of this entire endeavor.
Adding to the chaos, the U.S. Secretary of Defense says we've never "done something like this kind of on-the-fly before," and Al Qaeda is rooting for the team which is currently getting air support from the U.S. military.
But although an international game of musical chairs is now going on to see who'll get stuck with the blame and the rapidly-mounting costs, it's clear that this is Barack Obama's war all the way.
And sadly, it proves once and for all the tragedy of electing a president whose most obvious qualities are megalomania and complete ineptitude.
Thank goodness there's an experienced community organizer in charge.