President Obama spoke to the nation about Libya last night, portraying the U.S. role as limited and arguing that we couldn’t allow Qaddafi to massacre his people. But the U.S. part in the Libya operation is greater than President Obama has been letting on, according to the New York Times.
Obama said he can’t suspend deportations, rejecting what some see as a back-door legalization effort. And the president has a new plan to help distressed homeowners, while Republicans move to end his last one.
With former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs possibly going to Facebook, it’s clear tech companies love to hire out of the Obama administration, since Gibbs is not the only one.