Senator Bob Corker teamed up with Sen. James Webb (D-Va.) to introduce a resolution criticizing the Obama administration for its handling of the military operation in Libya.

Bob-CorkerSenator Bob Corker teamed up with Sen. James Webb (D-Va.) to introduce a resolution criticizing the Obama administration for its handling of the military operation in Libya.

“I find it unbelievable that the president would seek the approval of the United Nations and the Arab League for military operations over Libya while sidelining the body that speaks for the American people, not even answering our questions,” Corker said on the Senate floor. “This is not consultation, nor is the president heeding the concerns of his own constituents.”

Corker’s pronouncements on Libya, Afghanistan and other U.S. entanglements abroad are crucial, because although he’s known mostly for his forays into domestic economic policy, he is also the second-ranking Republican on the Foreign Relations Committee. If Republicans do well in November 2012, Corker could even become the panel’s chairman.

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Source: Ben Pershing | Washington Post