Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Rebels want our help, BS they have to do this: Coalition Airstrikes Target Gadhafi's Forces as Gaddafi forces shell Misrata






Live feed: Libya crisis

Maps: Air strikes on Libya Very interesting as this shows where the aircraft are coming from and where they strike.

Libya rebels struggle to regroup; US jet crashes

Gaddafi forces shell Libyan city

Libya: Key quotes on targeting Gaddafi

Libya: More Arab Nations Set To Join Mission as Gaddafi continues to slaughter civilians

As the Government evaluates the impact of the second full night of strikes on Libya, ministers have spent much of their time trying to clarify whether or not Colonel Gaddafi could himself be a legitimate target for attack.

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
http://anaverageamericanpatriot.blogspot.com

2 comments:

Demeur said...

In talking to a gentleman from Africa I find that this is the way wars go in that part of the world. The rebels do not have the resources to defend themselves. As Weaseldog pointed out yesterday we're sending troops in whether we like it or not.

an average patriot said...

I just hope to hell they are French troops and we do not come to the rescue this time. The AU I am sure with Gaddafi's prodding is condemning this!