In light of the fact that it's recently been discovered that Hillary's closest adviser - Huma Abedin - has very close familial ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, Hillary's position becomes very curious. She is now challenging those in Congress who want to withhold funding of Obama's war effort in Libya.
Via the AP:
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (AP) - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is questioning the priorities of lawmakers criticizing the U.S. intervention in Libya.For some reason, this excursion into Libya is very important to this administration. We need to start asking why.
She's asking bluntly, "Whose side are you on?"
Setting up a showdown on Libya, House Republicans agreed Wednesday to vote on dueling measures, one to give President Barack Obama limited authority to continue U.S. involvement in the NATO-led operation against Moammar Gadhafi and the other to cut off funds for military hostilities.
The measures reflect widespread dissatisfaction with Obama's decision not to seek congressional consent for the 3-month-old war.
Clinton says Congress is free to raise objections but questions the priorities of the critics. She says the Obama administration and its partners are rightly siding with the Libyan people.
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