Members of Congress from all sides have been criticizing President Barack Obama's intervention into Libya, and you can add Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., to the list. In an interview with Philadelphia's CBS3, Toomey said he does not support committing U.S. forces to the strife-ridden nation:
"I’m not prepared to advocate U.S. military force in Libya right now. There are very many unanswered questions about what would the purpose be, when would we leave, what would we measure as a success, what would we do if and when Americans start being killed. Innocent civilians inevitably become casualties. I think there are too many unanswered questions right now for us to commit forces to Libya."
Toomey went on to criticize the Obama administration for "inconsistency" in not intervening in Iran but backing protesters in Egypt and other nations, but Toomey acknowledged, "It is a tough set of circumstances."