Gadhafi, in letter, asks Obama to end...

Gadhafi, in letter, asks Obama to end air strikes

There are 63 comments on the The Topeka Capital-Journal story from Apr 6, 2011, titled Gadhafi, in letter, asks Obama to end air strikes. In it, The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that:

Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi has appealed directly to President Barack Obama to halt what the Libyan leader called "an unjust war," and wished Obama good luck in his bid for re-election next year.

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“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Raleigh, NC

#1 Apr 6, 2011
Dearest Muslim brother Obama,
You gave my Libyan Banks Millions in Loans and now you are bombing my country and killing Civilians in an ILLEGAL WAR.

What has gotten into you brother Obama? Louis Farakhan says it's Satan. Is that so?

Please stop your ILLEGAL War so I can shake you hand again.



Your Good Friend
Col. Gaghafi

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Raleigh, NC

#2 Apr 6, 2011
PS: Good Luck in your bid for re-election brother Obama.

I will send more checks, just like in 2008, if you can stop your Illegal War and killing of my people.

Please consider my Millions in DONATIONS.

Your BFF Moammar.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Raleigh, NC

#3 Apr 6, 2011
Moammar repeated his claim and US assertion that his foes are members of the al-Qaida terrorist network.

Addressing Obama as "our son" and "excellency," Gadhafi said that his country had been hurt more "morally" than "physically" by the NATO campaign.

"Our dear son, Excellency, Baraka Hussein Abu oumama, your intervention is the name of the U.S.A. is a must, so that Nato (NATO) would withdraw finally from the Libyan affair," Gadhafi wrote. "Libya should be left to Libyans within the African union frame."






"The muslim pray sung at sundown is the the most beautiful sound I've ever heard"
- Brokeass Obama
sue

United States

#4 Apr 6, 2011
More like, Hey odumbo get off my back or I am going to use the BIG bomb and shove it right up your a*s!!!
Dances with Wolves

Baltimore, MD

#5 Apr 6, 2011
The laughing liberal wrote:
Moammar repeated his claim and US assertion that his foes are members of the al-Qaida terrorist network.
Addressing Obama as "our son" and "excellency," Gadhafi said that his country had been hurt more "morally" than "physically" by the NATO campaign.
"Our dear son, Excellency, Baraka Hussein Abu oumama, your intervention is the name of the U.S.A. is a must, so that Nato (NATO) would withdraw finally from the Libyan affair," Gadhafi wrote. "Libya should be left to Libyans within the African union frame."
"The muslim pray sung at sundown is the the most beautiful sound I've ever heard"
- Brokeass Obama
"Abu oumama"?????

ROFLMAO!! Might have to change your slogan to:

IMPEACH OUMAMA!

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Raleigh, NC

#6 Apr 6, 2011
Obama the Neocon


The president is using force he Claimed to disdain as a senator


It’s nice to have a neocon back in the White House. With reports of CIA covert action in Libya, emissaries being sent to talk to the rebel government and ongoing air support for the anti-Gadhafi forces, regime change is definitely in the air. All we need to make it official at this point is for the White House to come up with a clunky new euphemism, like “nonpermissive humanitarian governmental transformation,” or some such thing.

Mr. Obama’s experiment in using covert action to take down Libya’s government may bring to mind similar CIA efforts against Mohammad Mosaddegh in Iran in 1953, or Chile’s Salvador Allende in 1973. But in spirit, the operation has much more in common with the 2003 overthrow of Saddam Hussein’s dictatorship in Iraq. At this point, the most significant difference is that there are no - or at least much fewer - boots on the ground. For now anyway.

Mr. Obama’s motive - trying to dislodge an authoritarian regime in the name of the Libyan people - are solidly within the neoconservative framework.



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“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Raleigh, NC

#7 Apr 6, 2011
Dances with Wolves wrote:
<quoted text>
"Abu oumama"?????
ROFLMAO!! Might have to change your slogan to:
IMPEACH OUMAMA!



Yes, we'll have to listen up for the real pronunciation of his name. Sounds like it's very different when spoken in the muslin world.
I am unemployed

Irvine, CA

#8 Apr 6, 2011
I so sorry. Please don't drop bomb on my retarded brain.

“My Commander-in-Chi ef!”

Since: Jun 07

Obama got Osama!

#9 Apr 6, 2011
LOL, our Commander-in-Chief: President Obama has that tyrant Khadafy begging for mercy. A three page rambling letter that tries to mask his desperation and save face for the Libyan Dictator…

President Obama has masterfully brought the world together and boxed Khadafy in as the coalition’s strangle-hold chokes the life out of what’s left of Khadafy’s time in power.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Raleigh, NC

#10 Apr 6, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
LOL, our Commander-in-Chief: President Obama has that tyrant Khadafy begging for mercy. A three page rambling letter that tries to mask his desperation and save face for the Libyan Dictator…
President Obama has masterfully brought the world together and boxed Khadafy in as the coalition’s strangle-hold chokes the life out of what’s left of Khadafy’s time in power.


ROFLMAO!



Moammar calls the Maggot his "Son" and says he supports his presidential campaign!

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Raleigh, NC

#11 Apr 6, 2011
NBC’s Tom Brokaw: Saudis ‘So Unhappy' With Obama They Sent Emissaries to China, Russia Seeking Enhanced Ties


Wednesday, April 06, 2011
By Susan Jones

( CNSNews.com )– Reporting from Baghdad, Iraq yesterday, NBC’s Tom Brokaw said the Saudi Arabian monarchy is “so unhappy with the Obama administration for the way it pushed out President Mubarak of Egypt” that it has sent senior officials to the Peoples' Republic of China and Russia to seek expanded business opportunities with those countries.

After remarking on the difficulty of establishing democracy in the Middle East, Brokaw said that Defense Secretary Robert Gates “will face some tough questions in this region about the American intentions going on now with all this new turmoil, especially in an area where the United States has such big stakes politically and economically.”

“And a lot of those questions presumably will come from King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia,” reported Brokaw on the Nightly News.“I was told on the way in here that the Saudis are so unhappy with the Obama administration for the way it pushed out President Mubarak of Egypt that it sent high level emissaries to China and Russia to tell those two countries that Saudi Arabia now is prepared to do more business with them.”

Brokaw continued,“Back here in Iraq, the political and the economic situation remains fragile. So fragile that the U.N. secretary general is worried that this country could now see massive protests in the streets once again.”

Earlier in his report, Brokaw noted that while U.S. military forces are supposed to leave Iraq at year’s end, the U.S. Embassy staff was being beefed-up from 8,000 to nearly 20,000 personnel.

“So Iraq is a reminder of just how difficult it is to establish a democracy in this part of the world,” said Brokaw.“After all, we've been at war here for eight years now, hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent, and thousands and thousands of lives have been lost on both sides.”


http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/nbc-s-bro...
morons united

Seattle, WA

#12 Apr 6, 2011
The laughing liberal wrote:
NBC’s Tom Brokaw: Saudis ‘So Unhappy' With Obama They Sent Emissaries to China, Russia Seeking Enhanced Ties
Wednesday, April 06, 2011
By Susan Jones
( CNSNews.com )– Reporting from Baghdad, Iraq yesterday, NBC’s Tom Brokaw said the Saudi Arabian monarchy is “so unhappy with the Obama administration for the way it pushed out President Mubarak of Egypt” that it has sent senior officials to the Peoples' Republic of China and Russia to seek expanded business opportunities with those countries.
After remarking on the difficulty of establishing democracy in the Middle East, Brokaw said that Defense Secretary Robert Gates “will face some tough questions in this region about the American intentions going on now with all this new turmoil, especially in an area where the United States has such big stakes politically and economically.”
“And a lot of those questions presumably will come from King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia,” reported Brokaw on the Nightly News.“I was told on the way in here that the Saudis are so unhappy with the Obama administration for the way it pushed out President Mubarak of Egypt that it sent high level emissaries to China and Russia to tell those two countries that Saudi Arabia now is prepared to do more business with them.”
Brokaw continued,“Back here in Iraq, the political and the economic situation remains fragile. So fragile that the U.N. secretary general is worried that this country could now see massive protests in the streets once again.”
Earlier in his report, Brokaw noted that while U.S. military forces are supposed to leave Iraq at year’s end, the U.S. Embassy staff was being beefed-up from 8,000 to nearly 20,000 personnel.
“So Iraq is a reminder of just how difficult it is to establish a democracy in this part of the world,” said Brokaw.“After all, we've been at war here for eight years now, hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent, and thousands and thousands of lives have been lost on both sides.”
http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/nbc-s-bro...
Tom brokaw still working? He has'nt got enough on his bank account? The rich gets richer.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Raleigh, NC

#13 Apr 6, 2011
morons united wrote:
<quoted text> Tom brokaw still working? He has'nt got enough on his bank account? The rich gets richer.


Can you really call what he does; "working"?
Revolution Now

Charleroi, PA

#14 Apr 6, 2011
The laughing liberal wrote:
Dearest Muslim brother Obama,
You gave my Libyan Banks Millions in Loans and now you are bombing my country and killing Civilians in an ILLEGAL WAR.
What has gotten into you brother Obama? Louis Farakhan says it's Satan. Is that so?
Please stop your ILLEGAL War so I can shake you hand again.
Your Good Friend
Col. Gaghafi
Damn you LL, I almost choked to death on that one. Thanks for makin my day!
Revolution Now

Charleroi, PA

#15 Apr 6, 2011
The laughing liberal wrote:
NBC’s Tom Brokaw: Saudis ‘So Unhappy' With Obama They Sent Emissaries to China, Russia Seeking Enhanced Ties
Wednesday, April 06, 2011
By Susan Jones
( CNSNews.com )– Reporting from Baghdad, Iraq yesterday, NBC’s Tom Brokaw said the Saudi Arabian monarchy is “so unhappy with the Obama administration for the way it pushed out President Mubarak of Egypt” that it has sent senior officials to the Peoples' Republic of China and Russia to seek expanded business opportunities with those countries.
After remarking on the difficulty of establishing democracy in the Middle East, Brokaw said that Defense Secretary Robert Gates “will face some tough questions in this region about the American intentions going on now with all this new turmoil, especially in an area where the United States has such big stakes politically and economically.”
“And a lot of those questions presumably will come from King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia,” reported Brokaw on the Nightly News.“I was told on the way in here that the Saudis are so unhappy with the Obama administration for the way it pushed out President Mubarak of Egypt that it sent high level emissaries to China and Russia to tell those two countries that Saudi Arabia now is prepared to do more business with them.”
Brokaw continued,“Back here in Iraq, the political and the economic situation remains fragile. So fragile that the U.N. secretary general is worried that this country could now see massive protests in the streets once again.”
Earlier in his report, Brokaw noted that while U.S. military forces are supposed to leave Iraq at year’s end, the U.S. Embassy staff was being beefed-up from 8,000 to nearly 20,000 personnel.
“So Iraq is a reminder of just how difficult it is to establish a democracy in this part of the world,” said Brokaw.“After all, we've been at war here for eight years now, hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent, and thousands and thousands of lives have been lost on both sides.”
http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/nbc-s-bro...
WTF, Brokaw came out of a coma??
Revolution Now

Charleroi, PA

#16 Apr 6, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
LOL, our Commander-in-Chief: President Obama has that tyrant Khadafy begging for mercy. A three page rambling letter that tries to mask his desperation and save face for the Libyan Dictator…
President Obama has masterfully brought the world together and boxed Khadafy in as the coalition’s strangle-hold chokes the life out of what’s left of Khadafy’s time in power.
We have a commander in chief?? When did Bush come back?
john

Ligonier, IN

#17 Apr 6, 2011
i cant believe that rod knocker is making any statements she has no credibility she couldnt even take care of her husband
Big Sully

Casar, NC

#18 Apr 6, 2011
Leaders like Ghadaffi are only friends as long as they are useful, and don't mind playing the depopulation game like we do here in America.


(zero carbon means close to zero people- "If we do a really great job on vaccines..." What a humanitarian!- want to control the population- kill youself)

Once the leaders start standing up for the rights of the people they are leading.... it's time to get invaded!

It's funny to watch the same actions of our corrupt (military industrial complex / CFR run) government juke and twist to get the public behind another undecalred, and illegal war against people that aren't threatening our security.... is it for oil? Only if the day of the week it is ends in a y.

The war was a big thing Obama rallied the sheep against... It's too bad he had to get elected... He'd still be anti-war if he hadn't.

Like Bush jr before he got elected... He critisized Clinton for 'nation building' then went and did it after elected.

The only other reason besides oil we fight for, would be poppy.

Check this out!
http://www.google.com/images...

We are a nation of mushrooms- In the dark, and covered with manure!
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#19 Apr 6, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
LOL, our Commander-in-Chief: President Obama has that tyrant Khadafy begging for mercy. A three page rambling letter that tries to mask his desperation and save face for the Libyan Dictator…
President Obama has masterfully brought the world together and boxed Khadafy in as the coalition’s strangle-hold chokes the life out of what’s left of Khadafy’s time in power.
This thread is infested with the worst humanity has to offer. Trying to reason with these slugs is like asking a question of Michele Bachmann and expecting a lucid answer.
Dances with Wolves

Elkton, MD

#20 Apr 6, 2011
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
LOL, our Commander-in-Chief: President Obama Blah Blah Blah…

And President Obama Blah Blah Blah.
That would be President Abu oumama to you, bub.

Or we could start calling him Pa Pa Ohh Mow Mow as the Americanized version of the name bestowed upon by his best-bud "brother" Khaddafi.

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