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Welcome to the post game addition of Wallace watch and a very interesting discussion today.
About the US operation in Libya we first had a an interview with.
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff admiral Mike Mullen.
And he made it very clear that his marching orders from the president are that this mission is very narrowly focused to protect.
Civilians from the repression and brutality of Moammar Qaddafi but it is not to overthrow.
We also talked to senator Lindsey Graham one of the leading foreign policy thinkers and a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
And he said he thought that -- Obama has been much too.
Right to this fight much to slow.
And and and as he put it in -- too many -- odds in what we're doing with Libya.
And he said that now that we have struck him and decided to get militarily involved we have to take him out.
That a wounded Qaddafi is a dangerous Qaddafi and we've got to finish the job.
It will be fascinating to watch -- during the week -- had tell us what do you think about the very limited US mission in Libya so far and we'll see you back here on Sunday.
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