Or at least that's the impression I get.
Since the US already performed some covert bombings in December it leaves the issue open for debate. The civil war in the North is quite destabilizing, and the country's position lends it some strategic importance, especially since Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Jordan have become involved.
However, they have no real way to actively fund terrorism, as far as I can tell, and apart from rampant corruption and a couple of "suspected" terrorist training camps, I'm not sure what value there is in launching an invasion. They also have no serious natural resources - oil reserves are supposed to be gone by 2017 - and despite tensions Obama has stated that he has no intention of invading.
Personally I'm 50/50. Your thoughts?