We have a government that can turn every problem into its own war (War on Poverty, War On Drugs, War on Terrorism, etc.) and at the same time, evade the label for real combat situations when convenient, namely, to dodge obtaining consent from even the most petty representation of the American people. We see this happening now with the military operations in Libya.
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