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You know diversification applauding this -- because.
No no I'm a Minnesota so this -- a whole lot glam look but isn't that Clinton and then they left me only me but we -- that love me at all.
But if they do they have midnight blue -- -- in my mind even.
Is still talk in Qaddafi and ABC news insisting his people still want him today the US trying to ramp up the pressure.
Amid reports the US military will move forces around the North African country.
The US ambassador to the -- UN rather Susan Rice saying Qaddafi is not fit to lead anymore.
It sounds just frankly delusional.
And when he can laugh.
In talking to American.
An international journalists.
Well he is slaughtering his own people.
It only underscores.
How unfit he is to lead.
And how disconnected he is from reality.
So the beat goes on on the question what happens next here on the map behind is -- is to broke -- had.
Our reporters position here Tripoli is the capital you know the country of -- here in North Africa.
What could the US military do what are we in the position to do what should we do.
I in the Red Sea today you got through the USS enterprise parked out here.
-- of the USS kearsarge these are big naval assets.
-- very easily move up through the Suez Canal.
And -- 120 miles in length and they come over here and -- themselves.
Off the North African coast of Libya.
Let's talk to captain Chuck Nash with me now retired US navy captain Fox News military analyst essar.
Good morning to you you told -- -- producers this is a very very risky proposition.
-- It's a very risky proposition because whether you're carrying humanitarian Nader whether you're.
Flying -- no fly mission there are two sides to this fight this is an active ongoing civil war.
So if you're hauling bags of rice and medical people in in helicopters to try to provide help to people that doesn't mean that that folks on the other side or intermingled with them won't try to shoot down those helicopters or another way.
Get in -- in your face.
So it's it's not like going and in supporting a government that's in being.
Where you're trying to help that government work against.
An insurrection this is a civil war and its on going in -- then they're both heavily armed -- when you consider that captain of what can the US do.
Well first off bill what we will do is is based on a political decision.
Of what because the military doesn't do things on its own obviously it's ordered and and it will be told to achieve certain objectives I think some of those objectives will be.
What secretary of state Clinton said yesterday which is a provide humanitarian relief.
Two talk to the folks on the who are supporting Qaddafi to stop supporting Qaddafi.
In three to get it off the out -- they are just as quickly as possible from one of the way through Saturday you can indeed even do that in the end here one of the ways you -- do that is how captain.
One of the ways that you can suppress.
The fire power from the regime's side against the insurrection.
Would be to establish a no fly zone but then you have to have the rules of engagement to where you can actually shoot those things down.
Now the Libyan pilots if if there were to be a no fly zone I doubt the Libyan pilots.
Would would Debbie real anxious to get airborne they would probably find a lot of material gripes with the airplanes that we keep them from flying or they would just not show up.
I wanna point out that you flew many missions over Iraq during the no fly after the 1990s and I think you're terrific guest on this we're gonna see what happens today.
And bring it back again tomorrow later in the week captain thank you for coming in today appreciate your my pleasure bill -- got Martha.
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