Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Sarah Palin on Libya

Sarah Pailin: It’s a little perplexing looking at the White House today. There was a statement on the horrible earthquake in New Zealand, and certainly our hearts go out to all those affected by this horrible natural disaster. But nothing on the slaughter in Libya? The protests in many places in the Middle East affect regimes that have cooperated with the U.S. on issues from peace with Israel, fighting al Qaeda, hosting our military forces, or cooperating against Iran’s nuclear ambitions. Gaddafi’s Libya is different. For four decades, this tyrant has held power. Gaddafi was Osama before Osama hit the scene. He ordered the bombing of a disco in Germany to kill Americans. When he paid the price for that – after President Reagan rightly ordered retaliation – he directed his agents to blow up Pan Am Flight 103. They did, and more than 250 innocent people died. Gaddafi tried to come in from the cold in 2003 – scared by the demonstration effect of Iraq. But we should have no illusions. Gaddafi is a brutal killer and Libya – not to mention the world – would be better off if he were out of power. Now is the time to speak out. Speak out for the long-suffering Libyan people. Speak out for the victims of Gaddafi’s terror. NATO and our allies should look at establishing a no-fly zone so Libyan air forces cannot continue slaughtering the Libyan people. We should not be afraid of freedom, especially when it comes to people suffering under a brutal enemy of America. Here’s to freedom from Gaddafi for the people of Libya. - Sarah Palin
It is very strange that Obama seems so cautious about speaking out on Libya. Gaddafi certainly was not an ally like Mubarak, so no need to tread softly there.  Gaddafi's barbarism against his people certainly requires some strong words.  Even Gaddafi's threat to oil supplies would seem that the White House would be far more engaged with Libya.

While Palin is correct about cheering the Libyan people on in their quest to free themselves from that nut bag Gaddafi, we must not forget we have no idea what Gaddafi will be replaced with.  For that we must pray that Libyans choose true freedom.

Via: Time
Via: Reuters


Fuzzy Slippers said...

But hey, those cops "acted stupidly," Arizona has a "racist" law (that he didn't even read or understand), and Wisconsin is wrong. But yeah, let's be restrained about jumping into battles that are none of our business.

Clifton B said...

Fuzzy Slippers:

Good summation of the logic of Obama.

bd said...


marxist inclinations;

the usa has no "right" to blessings extant or preeminence in the world;

good times/the high-life for me and mine;

lie and/or pander as needed to ensure all of the above

let someone else figure it out...

political manipulation is a talent, but is not the same as governance skill - combined with a leftist amorality, you have an incoherent (at best) approach to foreign relations w/ friend and foe alike

if the mega media got on bho's case half of what they did to gb, his approval poll-numbers would be on par with the huffpo subscriber base

Anonymous said...

Hey Sarah. After we have finished with freeing Lybia we will come after you.
Thanks to wikileaks for securing transparency and letting the middle east know what was really going on and securing freedom for the people of the middle east rather than calling for separatism.

We will not forget
We will not forgive.
Expect us.

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