U.S. debates going after militants in Pakistan

The ongoing disarray among Pakistan's new civilian leadership, including its refusal to accept a U.S. military training mission for the Pakistani army, has led to intense frustration within the Pentagon and reignited a debate over whether the U.S. should act on its own against extremists operating in Pakistan's northwestern tribal regions.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Note the upset at Pakistan's civilian government "refusal to accept a military training mission for the Pakistani army..."

In the corporate media, look for Pakistan to move from being characterized as a "staunch ally" in the war on terror to "out of control rogue nation" at breakneck speed.

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