Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) is ratcheting up his criticism of the Obama administration’s handling of Libya. In remarks obtained by National Review Online, Graham calls on the president to initiate a no-fly zone. He also chides Obama for his inaction. “Then-senator Obama relished the opportunity to label Iraq as President Bush’s war,” Graham recalls. “If he does not act decisively in Libya, I believe history will show that the Obama administration owned the results of the Qaddafi regime from 2011 forward.”
“One test in foreign policy — at least be as bold as the French,” Graham says. “Unfortunately, when it comes to Libya, we’re failing that test.” Read the whole piece.