Date: October 23rd 2011

Conservative Resources by J.P. Travis at

The death of Gaddafi

[13th J.P.'s Moment of Common Sense, my weekly oratorial exposition on Broad View, KBZZ 1270 AM Reno.  Click on the microphone to listen.]

Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi, Libyaís head of state since 1969, was captured Thursday and almost immediately executed by the crowd of rebels that captured him. I donít know how I feel about that.

To the extent that my country, the United States of America, helped make this happen, Iím uncomfortable. And letís face it: the success of Libyaís rebellion is entirely our doing. We bought it and we paid for it. Our primary NATO ally, Great Britain, only had about three cruise missiles in its quiver when the bombing of Libya started. Itís nothing but a convenient fiction for President Obama to claim this was a NATO operation. It was our bombs, mostly our planes dropping the bombs, and our cruise missiles...

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