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Qaddafi is Dead, which is a Good Thing

                                                                                                                                                              (Photo: Reuters)

But we will all live to regret that he was not killed by the Good Guys.

 

Story here.

For the likes of Lindsay Graham and John McCain who herald this day as one of rejoicing, hallmarking a new era of democracy in north Africa, your words will come back to haunt you.

For, the Islamo-fascist bracketing of north Africa is nearly complete.

 

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    • Obama can and will claim a successful policy here, Bob. He has been successful for it was his principal purpose to see established a string of Marxist “democratik republiks” along Africa’s northern edge.

      • News breaking that in two months we will have a very large embassy in Baghdad, and 16,000 American contractors in country – defenseless. Maybe through back channels by whatever patriots are left in the defense establishment, we can prevail upon Israel to protect them until we have regime change here.

        • Ask me again in a year.

          i don’t think al ‘Sadr will wait that long to throw the country into civil war. Obama wanted out (and didn’t want democracy to survive on Israel’s right flank) so called al-Maliki’s bluff on the hanging issue of SOFA (Status of Forces) protection for soldiers remaining there.

          Not sure what al-Maliki’s end game is here, but a unified Iraq ain’t it, Expect the map to change.

          One thing we can conclude, GW Bush was not a good judge of horseflesh…Putin, al-Maliki and Karzai.

  1. It has been a very bad three weeks, . The last two Republican debates have literally nauseated me. The candidates (as far as I am concerned) all more or less walked dumbly into the DNC’s guns, with Anderson Cooper presiding. Do they even know it? Qadaffhi’s death has not cheered me up – I don’t even believe it’s any kind of victory for the US. Mubarak (2011) and the Shah of Iran (1979) now stand in the same place in history as the canny Louis XV (**not XVI**)who veritably said: “Apres moi, le deluge.” Does the voting populace in America get it?

    • Obama can and will claim a successful policy here, Bob. He has been successful for it was his principal purpose to see established a string of Marxist “democratik republiks” along Africa’s northern edge.

      • News breaking that in two months we will have a very large embassy in Baghdad, and 16,000 American contractors in country – defenseless. Maybe through back channels by whatever patriots are left in the defense establishment, we can prevail upon Israel to protect them until we have regime change here.

        • Ask me again in a year.

          i don’t think al ‘Sadr will wait that long to throw the country into civil war. Obama wanted out (and didn’t want democracy to survive on Israel’s right flank) so called al-Maliki’s bluff on the hanging issue of SOFA (Status of Forces) protection for soldiers remaining there.

          Not sure what al-Maliki’s end game is here, but a unified Iraq ain’t it, Expect the map to change.

          One thing we can conclude, GW Bush was not a good judge of horseflesh…Putin, al-Maliki and Karzai.

  1. It has been a very bad three weeks, . The last two Republican debates have literally nauseated me. The candidates (as far as I am concerned) all more or less walked dumbly into the DNC’s guns, with Anderson Cooper presiding. Do they even know it? Qadaffhi’s death has not cheered me up – I don’t even believe it’s any kind of victory for the US. Mubarak (2011) and the Shah of Iran (1979) now stand in the same place in history as the canny Louis XV (**not XVI**)who veritably said: “Apres moi, le deluge.” Does the voting populace in America get it?

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