Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) discussed the possibility of arming Libyan rebels on Sunday, according to the Washington Post.
Graham, in an appearance on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” said troops should be sent to Tripoli to go after Gaddafi directly and that the United States should provide arms to the anti-Gaddafi rebels if it “makes sense.”
He was critical of President Obama’s strategy in Libya.
“The strategy is confusing to the American people,” Graham said of the Obama administration’s policy in Libya. “It’s demoralizing to our allies, and I think it’s encouraging for our enemies. . . .This strategy is going to lead to a stalemate.”