i think you purposely left Reagan off of the list.Obama would not be the first modern Democratic president to enter a war without approval from the U.N. Security Council. In 1998, President Clinton bombed Serbia in response to the attempted ethnic cleansing of Kosovo without such approval.(At least Clinton had NATO on his side.) But Obama ran for office in 2008 as an alternative to the Clintons on national security, brandishing his opposition to the Iraq War as a chief qualification for the job.
In one of the first major foreign-policy addresses of that campaign, Obama in 2007 acknowledged that in some cases America must use force unilaterally to protect itself.But when we use force in situations other than self-defense, we should make every effort to garner the clear support and participation of others, he said at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. His 2010 National Security Strategy says,When nations breach agreed international norms, the countries who espouse those norms must be convinced to band together to enforce them.
SO IS OBAMA GOING TO DO THE SAME THING THAT CLINTON DID FIRED A 2 MILLION MISSILE AT A $10 EMPTY TENT AND HIT A CAMEL IN THE ASS???
those island nations can be pretty dangerous. especially when they don't have a navy.