Now that we’ve bombed the hell out of Libya’s air defense systems (at a reported cost of $569,000 per tomahawk missile), the USA wants to transfer leadership of the no-fly zone to someone else (seems responsible, no?). The only problem? Apparently nobody can agree who should take the job.

Can we finally admit now that it’s not JUST the USA pushing this whole “we’re so aggressive” meme? Multiple countries voted for the UN resolution to impose a no-fly zone on Libya, many more countries not sitting on the UN Security Council supported it (most notably the Arab League) and yet when it actually comes to, you know, LEADING the no-fly zone everyone looks at the USA.

Food for thought.