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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Joe Lieberman
"I do not, today, see a credible or coherent U.S. strategy right now, for exactly those countries - Syria, Iraq and Libya_that most threaten to emerge as al-Qaida's newest and most dangerous footholds," Connecticut's Lieberman, who retired from the Senate this year, told the Homeland Security Committee.
Sen. Joe Lieberman told a House panel Wednesday that President Barack Obama has "no coherent" anti-terrorism strategy in embattled countries where al-Qaida is gaining new influence, and that's endangering the United States.