Thursday, March 24, 2011

Gadhafi vows to emerge victorious and we will help him as the slaughter continues

Raw Video: Gadhafi Makes Public Appearance, a mad raving vegetable as usual

Live feed: Allies join fight for Misrata in growing crisis

in pictures: Libya crisis

Kucinich: War is a swamp, Obama Libya action unconstitutional, do we let millions be slaughtered for fun?

Gadhafi vows to emerge victorious

In a Dec. 20, 2007 interview with the Boston Globe, Obama was asked about the president's constitutional authority to bomb Iran without seeking authorization from Congress. "The president does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation," Obama authority to act under challenge Sounds like a valid challenge to me but do we let millions be slaughtered for fun?

Kucinich: Defund Libya attack

Africa leaders attack Libya raids Gee I wonder why and who and what is behind that?

onslaughts target Ajdabiya, Misurata and Zintan. Libya crisis: Defiant Gaddafi forces go on the offensive

Sky's Evidence Of Massacre By Gaddafi Forces ast he Gaddafi regime continues to deny any massacre took place in the Libyan town of Zawiyah.

Gadhafi forces attack Zintan, halted by air strikes in Misrata

Libyan Brigade Led by Qaddafi's Son Eyed by Coalition, US Commander Says

Fighting across Libya intensifies

There are tanks in the center of the towns killing people as they sleep but what are we supposed to do? I remember from day one hearing that Egypt was arming the rebels. Well they better hurry up and the rebels are going to have to realize they have to do this themselves and it will not be easy. We needed help and it was France who gave it to us during our Revolution.

France is the one that recognized the rebels as the valid Government of Libya. France is the one who took the lead in instigating for the no fly zone and coming to the aid of the rebels. That said if there are to be ground forces to aid the rebels they should be Frances. I just do not want to have to pick up after them as we did in Vietnam and we know how well that went.

I reiterate: We better hand this over quick to Qatar, France, and Britain and get out. Nothing on the ground has changed for the rebels though. I listened to a witness account where Gaddafi's forces were in Misrata pulling people out of their houses and slaughtering them. They were also pulling them off the street and killing them. That will not change!

Stop playing games, drop a MOAB (mother of all bombs) on him or a 30000 pound bunker buster designed to take out deep underground hardened sites and take his human shield with him. The civil war regardless is going to continue for years as will those in the other 2 Muslim countries we attacked "Afghanistan, and Iraq"

This is the first conflict I have been for not counting the Balkans. We are coming to the rescue of Muslims being slaughtered by their misleader. Once they are on equal ground we must immediately get out and leave it up to the rebels who will be deep in this civil war for years.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma


Weaseldog said...

Sure, we're there to save the people of Libya, and BP's $15 billion investment in Libyan oil.

But if the people get in the way of BP stealing their oil, then slaughter innocents at a rate that would make Ghadafi look like an Angel of Mercy.

We'll spend a $trillion and waste the lives of tens of thousands of American soldiers To protect BP's $15 billion investment.

We don't care about the thousands of people being slaughtered right now in countries that don't have oil.

That's because our nation's purpose is to protect international oil profits against all enemies, foreign and domestic. That's why God created the USA and why we spend over a $trillion a year on our military.

an average patriot said...

Wease no matter what we do the slaughter of those people is not going to stop. Gaddafi and his sons promise that.Those people have to be on their own and screw the oil. China and Russia were getting it that is why they were against this. I can't stand this crap!

Demeur said...

That's why I am suspect about the background in all this Jim. It only amounts to 2% of the worlds' oil supply.