Thanks in large part to the intervention of NATO forces, rebel fighters appear to be on the brink of ending Moammar Gadhafi's 42-year rule of Libya this morning, six months after they set out to topple the regime.
Although Libya is celebrating the end of the rule of the cruel dictator, the reaction in the United States is tempered by the fact that our involvement in the conflict was highly controversial.
Liberal Congressman Dennis Kucinich accused President Obama of "an impeachable offense" because Mr. Obama moved forward on Libya without congressional approval, while Republican Senator John McCain said President Obama didn't move fast enough to prevent a long, drawn-out fight for freedom in the country.
Talk Back: Was U.S. involvement in Libya worth it?
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