NATO nations: Gadhafi must go

Apr 14, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Kypost.Com

NATO nations stressed Thursday that their common aim in Libya is to bring an end to Moammar Gadhafi's regime, and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said the world must increase its support for the Libyan opposition.

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Deo Vindice

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WOWWW, Gadhafi is shaking in his boots after hearing dushbag feminist Hillary's mighty roar.
She must have tightened her boxer shorts for this rhetoric.

She, like most liberals/socialists on Capitol Hill are war mongers.
They thrive on it.
They make tons of money off the war on the three fronts we are fighting.

Hussein Obama wants to muslimize Libya like he did Egypt. He sent in his 'rebels', which in reality are his homeboy muslim homeboy terrorists, to help overthrow Gadhafi.

Gadhafi needs to unleash some of his secreted firepower on this bully.

The U.S. has no business over there.
Hussein Obama has a personal stake in the matter, for it is a stepping stone to attack ISRAEL.
We all know that Hussein hates Jews with a deep-rooted passion, as do most liberal/socialist politicians.
This would put a (pimp's) feather in his cap with the Muslim Brotherhood.

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WHY? It's a Goddam Civil War!


If NATO Breaks it, NATO "Owns It."

This means required Nation building and with all their oil, we will be the ones left holding the Bag with the bill in it. Not them. They won't repay a Dime. The crooks taking over will be laughing all the way to the bank!



No. Let their Civil War run it's course without our intervention.




NO Thanks!

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Stop Obama's ILLEGAL WAR.

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soooo, whats the point of another meeting ????

nothing has changed.....the goal from the beginning was for a few people in the world to start a revelution and take over a country.....

this sets a precedent and world wide warning.....

if you don't co-operate with the New One World government.......we will take your country away from you.

The European Union has spoken and backed it up.....

Nobody ever said World War 3 had to be fought just like the rest of the wars......it's just that everyone was expecting it to be that way....

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OBAMA's Civil War In Libya
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The laughing liberal wrote:
Stop Obama's ILLEGAL WAR.
www.ImpeachObamaCampaign.com

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Great link!:)
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Good idea, but let the U.N. minus the U.S. take him out.

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Obama job approval hits 5-month low (42%) in Gallup poll

It could be gas prices, the budget debate, or simply the usual ups and downs of public opinion polling. But President Obama's approval rating has dipped to a five-month low in Gallup's daily tracking poll, reverting to post-midterm election lows.

The survey, a three-day rolling average conducted April 11-13, pegs Obama's approval at 42%, the lowest since Nov. 10-12. For only the 13th time in his term and the first time since late October, his disapproval rating has reached 50%.

Since the self-described "shellacking" of his party last November, Obama's numbers have zig-zagged within a 9-point range.

Any boost he may have gained from last Friday's 11th hour compromise may be offset by other economic concerns, particularly higher fuel prices.

The White House routinely dismisses polling data. But it's a troublesome footnote for them as the president kicks off his re-election effort Thursday.


http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/la-pn-ob...
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How To Stop This Nonsense wrote:
If you remember right, and I doubt you're able to, George
W. Bush's war was no more legal since he claimed it was necessary to get rid of WMD in Iraq of which there were none, zip, zilch, rien,
nichts... Only after his lies were obvious to the whole world did he chance the justification to nation building. It was too late by
then.

I don't recall any impeachment efforts by righties to get rid of
liar Bush. Hmmmmmm.... I wonder why not.
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Gary wrote:
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If you remember right, and I doubt you're able to, George
W. Bush's war was no more legal since he claimed it was necessary to get rid of WMD in Iraq of which there were none, zip, zilch, rien,
nichts... Only after his lies were obvious to the whole world did he chance the justification to nation building. It was too late by
then.
I don't recall any impeachment efforts by righties to get rid of
liar Bush. Hmmmmmm.... I wonder why not.
Nor do I here them now from the left. At least Bush got congress to sign on, and we did have intelligence from other countries that indicated that he still had WMD, and don't forget, he did have them, we know that because we gave them to him, and he used them during the Iran/Iraq war.
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So the bottom line seems to be, from both sides, he is my guy, therefore it is OK. So both sides are playing politics the members of the armed Forces, don't care how far into debt they spend us fighting wars that are unnecessary whether they are justified or not, the backers of the political parties, say well the other guy did it so it must be ok. "R"'s did the same thing, using Clinton's involvement in Yugoslavia as partial justification. BS - I do not agree with Dennis Kucinich on much, but at least he has real convictions, not the crap currently coming out of Washington and the rest of the country, my guiy, right or wrong. Not even America, right or wrong

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Gary wrote:
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If you remember right, and I doubt you're able to, George
W. Bush's war was no more legal since he claimed it was necessary to get rid of WMD in Iraq of which there were none, zip, zilch, rien,
nichts... Only after his lies were obvious to the whole world did he chance the justification to nation building. It was too late by
then.
I don't recall any impeachment efforts by righties to get rid of
liar Bush. Hmmmmmm.... I wonder why not.
Can't, Bush got approval from congress! Many other countries who went with us thought he had WMD's. He would've also had Qaddafi in Gitmo by now, or dead!

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Swen Goolie wrote:
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Nor do I here them now from the left. At least Bush got congress to sign on, and we did have intelligence from other countries that indicated that he still had WMD, and don't forget, he did have them, we know that because we gave them to him, and he used them during the Iran/Iraq war.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/11/12/60m...

The people who live in this area backed the Kurds. Saddam tried to kill them off in retaliatiion by draining the wetlands. The US military put it back!
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Swen Goolie wrote:
So the bottom line seems to be, from both sides, he is my guy, therefore it is OK. So both sides are playing politics the members of the armed Forces, don't care how far into debt they spend us fighting wars that are unnecessary whether they are justified or not, the backers of the political parties, say well the other guy did it so it must be ok. "R"'s did the same thing, using Clinton's involvement in Yugoslavia as partial justification. BS - I do not agree with Dennis Kucinich on much, but at least he has real convictions, not the crap currently coming out of Washington and the rest of the country, my guiy, right or wrong. Not even America, right or wrong
Exactly....it's the political party fight politicans have conned americans into fighting.....

My team is better than your team......
Your team plays dirty....my team gets a bad rap.....

Keeping americans fighting each other over party politics....keeps the heat and blame off of the politicans.....

that's why o-bribe-a's speeches always start and end with .....

US aginst THEM.....

americans have become the most foolish group of people on the planet.....

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Tony wrote:
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Exactly....it's the political party fight politicans have conned americans into fighting.....
My team is better than your team......
Your team plays dirty....my team gets a bad rap.....
Keeping americans fighting each other over party politics....keeps the heat and blame off of the politicans.....
that's why o-bribe-a's speeches always start and end with .....
US aginst THEM.....
americans have become the most foolish group of people on the planet.....
The writers assignment is to make it sound as the words or a unifier, that is the historical objective. If this fails, he fails, the marxist agenda fails and a global strategy is pushed back.
The Obamatunity of him will be lost to the world for this generation.
When he goes off prompter and freelances a shared experience or vision, the image is one from the Moses movie, the 'stone cutters are weak and must be fed'.
Egypt was a weak effort, Syria is a weak effort, his reElection is the only Agenda now.
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Gary wrote:
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If you remember right, and I doubt you're able to, George
W. Bush's war was no more legal since he claimed it was necessary to get rid of WMD in Iraq of which there were none, zip, zilch, rien,
nichts... Only after his lies were obvious to the whole world did he chance the justification to nation building. It was too late by
then.
I don't recall any impeachment efforts by righties to get rid of
liar Bush. Hmmmmmm.... I wonder why not.
You only recall what you want? YOU and others have
never stopped your trashing GW. How do you like Obamas war? ITS
OK with you, right? Its important for us to get into this one,
Right? Because Obamas wars are ok...How many LIES has Obama
told the American People in two plus yrs? Got a note pad
for those? Are you listening to what he says or does. Keep a
record and we will notice, you say nothing, and still on the
Bush Bash wagon. Wise up, LOL
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NATO... "Dear Mr. Gadhaffi.. Please leave, otherwise we will just blow everything up in Libya! We will not touch you however, because this is NOT about regime change!" Gadhaffi.... "Dear NATO... Could you please tell that dummy Obama to leave instead?" Thanks! Your pal, Gaddy.
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Go where? Nobody wants him.
LOL

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umm wrote:
Go where? Nobody wants him.
The US will take him! Obama can put Gadhaffi's tent on the White House lawn!:)

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