"...guaranteed availability of military capabilities are hardly possible in a country which requires parliamentary approval for military missions."Not a sin but a benefit.
And, NATO is looking for a reason to exist as opposed to providing any value.
Berlin is also expected to lose the position of deputy commander of the Allied Air Command in Ramstein in southwestern Germany. This, says a senior Bundeswehr officer, can clearly be interpreted as "payback for Libya."
Good. If Germany isn't appreciated, they can kick NATO forces out. WWII is long over and the Soviet threat is gone.