Previously we reported to you that Obama was one, small step from committing treason by arming the Libyan rebels who, in reality, are comprised of lots and lots of Al Qaeda terrorists. This would be a direct violation of Article III, Section III of the US Constitution, which says that it is treason to give “aid and comfort” to the enemy. Now that “one, small step” he was contemplating taking, he just took. $25 million certainly will provide Al Qaeda with lots of aid, which they will find highly comforting. When Obama was running for President, he sold himself as a “Constitutional law professor”, so he certainly cannot claim ignorance of this amazingly flagrant violation of our Constitution.
Libya rebels will receive $25M from U.S.
“Dismissing concerns over possible links between Libyan rebels and al Qaeda, the Obama administration has notified Congress it is providing $25 million in nonlethal aid to the rebels’ effort to drive Col. Moammar Gadhafi’s regime from power.
“The president’s proposed actions would provide urgently needed nonlethal assistance to support efforts to protect civilians and civilian-populated areas under threat of attack in Libya,” said Joseph E. Macmanus, acting assistant secretary of state for legislative affairs, in an April 15 letter. A copy of the letter, sent to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was obtained by The Washington Times. The new authorization for assistance would cover “vehicles, fuel trucks and fuel bladders, ambulances, medical equipment, protective vests, binoculars, and non-secure radios,” according to a memorandum attached to the letter.
The letter was disclosed as Britain announced it would be sending military trainers and advisers to Libya to help organize opposition troops. The European Union also said it would send an armed force to Libya to protect deliveries of humanitarian aid. President Obama has said that Col. Gadhafi must step down from power, but he also stated that the United States does not support a policy of regime change in Libya.” source – Washington Times