Pat Buchanan Says Obama’s Libya Policy Ruled by Emotions Of His Female Advisers
Maureen Dowd’s column yesterday suggested that the primary influencers on Obama’s decision to involve the U.S. military in Libya were primarily the senior female advisers (namely Sec. of State Hillary Clinton, U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice and National Security Adviser Samantha Power.) This spawned an interesting discussion on Morning Joe today, which lead conservative pundit Pat Buchanan to suggest that women in the administration were making an emotional argument in their advice to get the U.S. involved. Hoo boy!
Watch the spirited back and forth (featuring a perplexed Norah O’Donnell) , courtesy of MSNBC: