Gadaffi, Obama, Mubarak, and Carter

Today the elite media is almost orgasmic in praise for President Obama in the reported death of Libyan dictator Moammar Gaddafi.

So let me get this straight:

Gadaffi dead = good.

Saddam Hussein’s murderous sons killed = possible violation of international law.

Iraqi regime taken down = bad. Unnecessary war of choice. Who cares if they shot at our planes, invaded an ally, threatened to invade another, handed cash to terror groups and violated a cease fire agreement.

Elected government takes power in Iraq with a successful and peaceful change of power after successive elections = bad. Hopeless lost cause time to leave.

Egypt ousting of Mubarak with US help = good.

Muslim Brotherhood (Al-Qaeda grandparent) take over of Egypt with Lara Logan gang raped, women given “virginity tests” by the military, and armored military vehicles used against Coptic Christians in Egypt =  Obama inspired democratic revolution.

Obama sells 125 M1 tanks to Egypt = good.

Obama helps oust Gaddafi = good.

Al-Qeada and Muslim Brotherhood commanders lead rebels in Libya = stay tuned for the Obama inspired democratic revolution.

1979: Carter helps oust Shaw of Iran, a dictator who wasn’t all peaches and cream but was certainly better than Gaddafi or Mubarak = good.

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2 Responses to Gadaffi, Obama, Mubarak, and Carter

  1. Silence Doogood says:

    Bush captured and tried Saddam in a free judiciary in a newly democratic state…. that was very bad….. Qaddafi was killed by a wild unknown mob…

  2. the dude says:

    Qaddafi chose his own fate Gladiator

    [That is a narrow view. One could say the same about Hitler, but the world would have been very different if we had not gotten involved. The same applies here. – Editor]

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