Ruminations Regarding Libya
Another brilliant move on the part of the Obama Administration.
Officials have let it slip that the CIA has operatives on the ground in Libya.
Shouldn’t the proper response be when such a question is raised “neither confirm nor deny”?
Better yet, what is so wrong with outright prevarication in regards to such a matter? Some truths are not necessarily owed at the time they are initially raised.
Doesn’t the discerning individual already realize that the great powers, by default, have operatives at work in nearly every other great nation around the globe?
In his speech to the American people, the President assured that the Libyan resistance could be trusted since the ranks of the movement consists of lawyers and doctors.
In other words, these people aren’t the common street rabble employed as greeters at the Bengazi Walmart or Tripoli Target (the store that is, not the air strike coordinates).
Interesting how Obama applauds these desert nomads for clinging to their guns and their God but thinks it is somehow a threat to the Republic when the armed theists in question happen to be from Pennsylvania.
In regards to the alleged moral superiority of doctors and lawyers over we mere common laborers, weren’t a goodly percentage of Nazi managerial functionaries drawn from the professional classes? As Mark Steyn remarked while filling in as a guest host on the Rush Limbaugh program, Fidel Castro and Che Guevara not only rank respectively among modern history’s most famous lawyers and doctors but also among the discipline’s most bloodthirsty revolutionaries as well.
Interesting in the case of Libya how in Obama’s mind doctors somehow rank without investigation among the noblest of civil servants that sacrifice willingly for the good of the broader society. But here in America during the healthcare debate, the President depicted the practitioners of medicine as so lecherous as a whole that such wanton avarice had to be contained by layer upon layer of new bureaucracy.
If Qaddafi threatens to go house to house killing Libyans to put down the revolt, what makes him any worse than Prince Phillip who wants to be reincarnated as a killer virus to decimate world population?
Considering they consider themselves enthusiastic members of Qaddaffi’s retinue, Americans must ask if given the chance would Jeremiah Wright and Louis Farrakhan inflict here the kind of bloodshed their patron is in enacting in Libya.
The propriety of intervention in Libya is now sort of a moot point. Given the Lockerbie Bombing, Qaddaffi must now be taken out if for no other reason than to prevent another similar tragedy.
Guess those Americans living in Libya being interviewed by Geraldo realize now living in the trashpile nations of the earth isn’t so glamorous after all.
Qaddafi has been a plague upon mankind for decades. This human pustule has been allowed to fester ignored for so long that, no matter what action is taken, the aftermath will infect the world for a long time to come.
by Frederick Meekins