March 19, 2011, - 10:01 pm

American Xerxes, Obama: Warned Ya Against U.S. Libyan Intervention

By Debbie Schlussel

From the halls of Montezuma, to the shores of Tripoli,
We fight our country’s battles in the air, on land and sea.
First to fight for right and freedom, and to keep our honor clean.

–”Marines’ Hymn.”

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As I’ve noted before, Libya is NOT our country’s battle, and we should have stayed out of it. It has absolutely NOTHING to do with freedom or American honor. On the contrary, it has everything to do with pointlessly forcing out the dictator with whom the U.S. had an agreement, a rapprochement, and from which the oil companies extract a lot of what eventually becomes our gasoline, and replacing that with Islamic extremists who are far worse than the Qaddafi devil we know.  There isn’t even a purpose or plan in place.

So, why the heck are we wasting U.S. resources and spending billions to bomb the shores of Tripoli, as the U.S. began doing today with air strikes? More proof that we are just like Vladimir Lenin predicted in claiming we would sell them the rope on which to hang ourselves. Except he got one thing wrong. We didn’t sell the rope. Today, we are giving it away for free. And, actually, we will pay the expensive price for those fireworks, in oil, in leaders who make deals with us and whom we betray, in the horrid results of bolstering into power an Islamo-fascist government with people not wearing the wacky wardrobe of Qaddafi but the serious, focused wardrobe of HAMAS and the Muslim Brotherhood and the Al-Qaeda network. Perhaps Obama just wants to make things consistent, since the fellow co-religionists of his Muslim father have spread their population and extremism to the halls of Montezuma, too. You’ll note the U.S. and the other Allied Forces are not bombing south of Surt, because the areas south of there are firmly in the hand of the Muslim animals . . . er, “rebels.”

It’s ironic that tonight at sundown the Jewish holiday of Purim began (and I’ll post about that later). In the true story behind the holiday, there is an extremely foolish king, Xerxes I (Achashverosh, in Hebrew), who does the bidding of the evil Haman (the enemy of the Jewish people), signing decrees to send his armies to do battle against the Jewish people.

Today, Xerxes I is not in Persia. He’s the President of the U.S., and his name is Obama. For all his reputed “smartness,” the Harvard Law Grad is a fool a la Xerxes. Today, he sent U.S. planes and bombs–again, at a cost of billions to U.S. taxpayers who can’t afford it–to help the descendants of Haman take over Libya, so that they can harass the West, Christians, Jews, and Israel from a stronger, more powerful position.  But even Xerxes, implored by Queen Esther, saw the error of his ways and took corrective measures to prevent what was to come. Obama didn’t and we’ll see the awful results for a long time, throughout the Middle East and at the pump.

And you can also blame Republicans and so-called conservatives like Sean Hannity, John McCain, and Mitch McConnell, all of whom demanded Obama help the Libyan “rebels” (translation:  HAMASniks, Libyan edition).

Just wait for $6-$8 per gallon of gas when the “rebels” take over. Vladimir Lenin is smiling from his tomb.

I said it before, and I’ll say it again: the U.S. should have stayed out of Libya … and let allah sort it out. This isn’t our fight.

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My concern is the matter raised by (as much pain as it causes me to admit it) the Russians. Will we now enforce the “protection of civilians” (although I find it quite a stretch to define anyone steering a tank as a civilian) in Bahrain (sp?) or Saudi Arabia when they try to suppress protesters? Kinda doubt it. What if violent protests take hold here in the good ol’ USA? Would B Hussein Obama step aside, or would he take any steps necessary to keep his foot on the throat of the “enemy” (any and all who disagree with his policies)?
The fact is that Libya is a tribal nation. There are many different peoples there who would each like to govern themselves and perhaps would like some sort of agreement (possibly even a sanctioned body) which would assist them in living somewhat harmoniously with one another, while providing a consolidated deterrent to foreign invasion. Of course, this idea has been tried and is currently failing.
The phrase “pissing against the wind” comes to mind.

peter on March 19, 2011 at 10:44 pm

wow… we are on the same wavelength. I thought I was out there when I said Libyan intervention was a bad idea. I was looking in the mirror and wondering if I was becoming Noam Chomsky… and wow Debbie… that would make you Norman G. Finkelstein or something.

We have nothing to gain by going into Libya. Just like what happened in Iraq… Europe, Russia and China will get the spoils. There are no WMDs in Libya (and I think there were those in Iraq).

-thanx for saying the way it is

Noah David Simon on March 19, 2011 at 11:04 pm

Totally agree. There is no ‘good guy’ or anything clse to it in this fight. UDA will be hated by both sides, no matter who it supports.

Not Ovenready on March 19, 2011 at 11:15 pm

Are these nukes we are dropping?
Someone asked is the first time America has gone to war while the president was on vacation?
I can’t stand Juan McCain. Someone needs to sedate and lock up the crazy bstrd.

Bill on March 19, 2011 at 11:15 pm

    Love the name Juan McCain. It beats calling him Senator Lettuce.

    Pats on March 20, 2011 at 11:13 am

Hey Deb, looks like you and Farrakhan might agree on something:
http://www.hapblog.com/2011/03/who-hell-do-you-think-your-are.html

And Deb since it has been proven that Qaddafi was behind the Lockerbie bombing, don’t you think he deserves to be bombed?

NB: Farrakhan got $10 million from Qaddafi. He’s a bought loony, who has his sugardaddy motivation. I am an independent thinker. Sometimes enemies have the same position which they arrive at, due to entirely different interests. You aren’t that simplistic to think that isn’t possible, are you? As for Qaddafi taking up Lockerbie (after the operation was initiated by PFLP-GC), I addressed that in the previous article, linked herein, where I said the U.S. should stay out of Libya. RIF–Reading Is Fundamental. The people we are siding with welcomed the Lockerbie bomber back with open arms and cheers. They are no different than Qaddafi, except that they are worse and made no agreements with us. They would do a million Lockerbies if they had the means. And we are handing them a lot of means by helping them. Wake up. DS

Norman Blitzer on March 19, 2011 at 11:24 pm

    Gotta admit, though, that is one fantastic outfit he’s wearing…although the boy is ugly.

    Occam's Tool on March 21, 2011 at 2:19 pm

Like I told Debbie a few weeks ago, the smart thing to do would be to arm both sides since we have no interest in either side winning. Let the extremists kill each other off. We have no business intervening in Libya.

Iraq was a special case because of Saddam’s penchant for pursuing of mass destruction but that was a one time, one off intervention. Qaddafi is a wacky dictator but he hasn’t taken over countries and his own invasion of neighboring Chad ended in disaster.

The Islamists won’t be grateful to us if we help them into power and they will be far more brutal than Qaddafi. There are no Libyan democrats waiting in the wings.

NormanF on March 19, 2011 at 11:37 pm

    Agreed Sir. Many still don’t realize that Iraq had many WMDs, including buried in the sand, unused MIGs. http://www.foxnews.com/projects/pdf/Iraq_WMD_Declassified.pdf

    Personally, I think any Arab dictator who is a fashion plate and has “hot babes” as bodyguards can’t be all that dangerous to the neighboring countries.

    Pass the popcorn and let them settle the score themselves.

    To those liberals who said “No blood for oil” what do you say about this?

    Regarding many sites that say this is America’s 3rd War – I’d disagree slightly and say this is the 3rd front. If this were indeed the 3rd War, then how many wars was America engaged in from 1941-1945?

    Keep up the great work Ms. Schlussel and will try to help you out after payday – although with an embarrassingly small amount:(. Your father who did much pro bono work as an ophthalmologist (MD for eyes) and yourself who does much pro bono work as an attorney, I hope you find some comfort in knowing that this honesty poverty is from the heart.

    Jew Lover on March 20, 2011 at 1:17 am

So he actually took a moment to launch a war while going on vacation at the same time. What an idiot. Well, it looks like he found a way to reduce our weapon stockpile and get good press for it too. Of course every missile fired wont be replaced because we can’t afford it. Ships in dry dock, the troops busy with mandatory gay lifestyle acceptance training and a command structure with out any competence or accountability.

At least he is consistent, raised taxes, didn’t close gitmo, expanded the 2 on going wars in to a never ending nightmare of troop attrition and has started a third war. Seems the only campaign promise he is keeping is to fundamentally change America. Hope we can change it back before it is too late.

ender on March 19, 2011 at 11:37 pm

Its pointless. It makes no sense even as a humanitarian intervention. Both sides are going to hate us no matter what we do. We’re the infidel.

These are not the Contras; the Libyan rebels are Muslim extremists and whatever you think of Qaddafi, I think he’s absolutely right about them.

Getting rid of every Arab regime we don’t like won’t bring a liberal one to power anywhere in the Arab World.

Bahrain’s Sunni King Khalifa, with his Saudi friends, are slaughtering the Khomeinist Shiite livestock in his country. That’s another domestic quarrel we where we have no business choosing sides.

There are no good guys here – just bad guys and infinitely more bad guys. That’s the Middle East 101.

NormanF on March 20, 2011 at 12:03 am

I agree we should stay out of Libya. But I don’t think it’s Obama calling the shots. He reads what’s written on his teleprompter, then spends most his time playing basketball, attending parties, or going on vacation.

Joe G on March 20, 2011 at 12:29 am

Obviously, the price of regular gas wasn’t climbing to $4 a gallon fast enough for this boy.

History sure repeats itself: Truman was also conveniently out of the country when the A-bomb was dropped on Hiroshima.

FDR in Hell on March 20, 2011 at 12:52 am

Is it possible Michelle made him do this out of envy over Qaddafi’s frocks?

Preposteroso on March 20, 2011 at 3:48 am

If Gadafi regime is pulled down China should not be allowed to do business of oil in Libya because America cannot use its human resources and financial resources to oust Gadafi while China will come in and do business there..

I Love America on March 20, 2011 at 5:25 am

The fear of America is the beginning of Wisdom for wicked leaders and God will continue to uphold America by making it grow from strength to strength.. China will never overcome America in any aspect because America and its people are open to all

I Love America on March 20, 2011 at 5:30 am

It seems Arabs or Muslim nations are beginning to appreciate Western Civilization by calling for democracy instead of government base on religious norms, which keeps many, blind and impoverished for the benefits of the elites. Come to America and enjoy life to the fullest without restriction but do not come with the religion that restricts people from doing what the like and the religion that advocates violence against those who does not practice it…

I Love America on March 20, 2011 at 5:38 am

When the American were attacked by Libyan in Berlin the French had a no fly zone. We had a legitimate reason to attack them. Muslim killing other Muslim is not reason to waste $1.

madman on March 20, 2011 at 7:43 am

Memo to Blitzer et al…THIS IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL!

http://www.usconstitution.net/xconst_A1Sec8.html

“The Congress shall have Power To…declare War.”

Did we hear from Congress about this? NO.

Obama does not have the authority to call for military action against other countries. The executive branch has engaged in this sort of unlawful and flagrant violation of the Constitution since the end of WWII.

Like Korea, Vietnam and all wars since then.

By the by, during ‘Nam, which was based on a lie called Gulf of Tonkin…Congress passed the the War Powers Resolution in 1973 after Nixon illegally invaded Cambodia. Of course War Powers was declared null and void when Congress passed the Iraq Resolution after 9/11 as big a false flag op as if there was one.

And financing all this…criminal banker elites like Rothschilds, the Money Masters, Soros et al so they can pay off the over $1.5 QUADRILLION in derivatives in the global economy. The goal for the New World Order, led by mega global corporations and their propaganda against humanity is simple…One world, one currency, one religion. This NWO wants to DESTROY American sovereignty.

Bob Porrazzo on March 20, 2011 at 8:14 am

Debbie, this is where you are wrong. Remember, one of America’s greatest contributions to the world is the promotion of Democracy. While no one supports war and with the free elections occuring in Egypt I think this military intervention is within the confines of our moral, political, and economic interests.

richardporter on March 20, 2011 at 10:33 am

    Richard, if you think the US is the democracy police, then why aren’t we in Iran, North Korea, etc.? I think the usurper creating “busy work” for himself since his dithering and total incompetence/ineptitude is shining more brightly onto the world than the light from the sun.

    Pats on March 20, 2011 at 11:12 am

    C’mon Rich, do you really think DS is going to be swayed by your take on this?

    It’s naive, simplistic, full of denial and pie-in-the-sky at it’s most woefully ernest.

    She could school you on this if she was comatose!

    Skunky on March 20, 2011 at 11:37 am

There are no good guys in this fight. You are right. We need to step back and let them all, every Muslim country, fight it out themselves.

Karen on March 20, 2011 at 10:51 am

Gaddafi said he will open weapons depots around the country and arm the population.

Great news, the US has got on in hands another Afghanistan! Nobody knows how many islamists are between those people, but I would say many islamists considering how many Al-Qaeda members come from Lybia.

Excellent news, we must put the West to fight on as many fronts as possible until they can not support their wars anymore and Western governments fall because of internal pressure. Regular people in the West don’t understand Jewish thinking and they will put it simple “stop fighting where it’s not about our cause”.

This is another step that Al-Qaeda made for the rising of the Ummah, nobody from our people likes to watch Western planes doing damage on Muslim land.

There should be a fatwa issued by Sheikh Usama bin Laden to allow muslims to kill all French citizens around the world, wherever they catch them.

Andy on March 20, 2011 at 11:20 am

[DS:Sometimes enemies have the same position which they arrive at, due to entirely different interests. You aren’t that simplistic to think that isn’t possible, are you?]

No, but I think it was pretty obvious that you and Farrakhan would have different reasons for staying out of Libya. I just thought it was pretty funny that you two would agree on anything regardless of motives. Nothing more nothing less. And may be I thought you would have found it funny that Farrakhan would blast President Obama in such a manner(“Who the hell do you think you are?!?”).

Norman Blitzer on March 20, 2011 at 11:23 am

    Good old Blitzer…working overtime on the hamster wheel of Liberal stupidity.

    Skunky on March 20, 2011 at 12:35 pm

Agree with Debbie, and still wish Blither would go off to live in Yemen or Libya or something like that.

samurai on March 20, 2011 at 11:26 am

Libya is a pesthole of a country that has absolutely nothing to offer the world but terrorism and hatred. If you saw two homeless bums fighting in the street, would you pull over, put yourself in danger to break-up the fight? Not hardly. That’s exactly what we’re doing.

jdiz on March 20, 2011 at 12:52 pm

Okay, let’s see… reports say US and Brit naval forces launched 112 cruise missles but then (at this point)only US ships are listed as having launched cruise missles, so it looks like the 112 cruise missles were ours – at approx $900K each: $100.8 MM;

Unknown number of EP and P-3 aircraft in the area, but these are US aircraft designations: cost of manpower and equipement wear & tear unk, estimate: $ 1.0 MM per day inclusive of fuel, support folks, per diem and incidentals…;

11 ships in the area cost of manpower and to operate equipment unk, estimate: $5.5 MM/day ($500K / ship — an admitted SWAG).

All-in est: $107.3 MM and counting @ $6.5 MM per day, exclusive of ordinance or increase in air ops.

What are we buying for this expenditure of the Nation’s Treasure — undefined. Likely scenarios include a pro-Islamo-fascist/Sharia compliant regime hostile to US interests. In this tax-payer’s opinion, an egregious waste.

GC on March 20, 2011 at 12:59 pm

Regardless if you are for or against US military action in Libya, it is clearly unconstitional for obama to commit our military forces without congressional approval, just because the UN says so. However, our congress, whom utter their oath to defend and protect our constitution, do so only to appease the masses, as our so-called elected leadership are ever silent once more, except for Ron Paul. obama and congress should all be impeached for their failure to perform their sworn oath of duty. I would even throw in Robert Gates who for his participation, as well.

Wade on March 20, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    Wade:

    “Regardless if you are for or against US military action in Libya, it is clearly unconstitional for obama to commit our military forces without congressional approval,”

    I was wondering about this as well. O’Bama’s supporters are all running around praising him for consulting with allies and the UN before rushing in. I’m thinkin: “What about Congress?”

    Mark my words! Somethin’ is rotten in Denmark on this one.

    There is NO Santa Claus on March 20, 2011 at 9:38 pm

This entire matter is ridiculous. Let the Muslims fight it out. I love the way The Arab League demands the infidels do something and Obama suddenly jumps.

pat on March 20, 2011 at 1:12 pm

We’re now involved in three Muslim countries, specifically in wars in three Muslim countries. How many more Muslim countries will we be willing to go to war in and/or with? Five? Seven? When does it stop? We have absolutely no business in Libya, we get on 2 or 3 percent of our oil from Libya while the Euro Trash get 20 or 30 percent of their oil from Libya. Let them fight for their oil.

kenny komodo on March 20, 2011 at 2:15 pm

Deb–

You’re right. We should not be there. Of course, there were also places in the past we should have stayed out of, as well. (And the list is pretty long.)

Help me, here…

Just what did we get out of:

Iraq
Afghanistan
Vietnam
Korea ???

At least, with World Wars 1 and 2, our status in the world was elevated–at the cost of way too many lives, and making the world safe for Communism–but who’s counting?

Blame this on Obama if you wish, but regardless of the party in power, the war machine still calls the shots. Team R would have done the same thing. Funny that they never have to answer for their failures, isn’t it?

Red Ryder on March 20, 2011 at 2:25 pm

Sorry. I forgot Bosnia (courtesy of the late, unlamented George Christopher).

Red Ryder on March 20, 2011 at 2:37 pm

Debbie

I agree w/ you about the West staying out of Libya, as well as Bahrein, Yemen, Saudi Barbaria, et al. However, I’d like those Mohammedans to be busy killing each other, so that they won’t be a threat to others.

On the ground, Gadaffi looked like he was about to take back Benghazi, and defeat the other Muslim monsters, so in this case, I don’t fault the US for bombing him and drawing him back. Not b’cos I want the rebels to win, but b’cos I don’t want this conflict to end. I’d be against Gadaffi being overthrown, since that too would be the other end to the conflict, which also I don’t want. Also, I’m against the regimes in Tunis & Cairo being a thing of the past, while Gadaffi remains unchallenged. Since the West hasn’t so far made it a point to remove Gadaffi (much like w/ Saddam in Operation Desert Storm), I’m okay w/ the current position.

Yep, I don’t like that the US is doing it for free, or for that matter using its own troops & equipment. I’d rather the West had contracted that out to other Muslim countries, and let them fight it out in Libya. Have the Saudis send support to the rebels, have Syria send support to Gadaffi, and also have them lean on Hamas and Hizbullah to do the same. Let’s have a Muslim brotherhood vs Hizbullah war in Libya, and encourage other Muslim countries to send their Jihadis there.

Kenny, there are ~50 members in the OIC, so that’s the limit you are looking @. Unfortunately, as Debbie points out, such idiocy isn’t exclusive to Obama: you have the GOP rooting for these demented interventions.

Infidel Pride on March 20, 2011 at 2:43 pm

Debbie

One thing I disagree w/ you from the previous cited article – if Jihadi parties take over the OPEC countries, such as Libya, Saudi Arabia, Bahrein, et al, they’re not going to stop selling oil, as they need the money from that to buy the weapons that’s so dear to them in fighting Jihad. Iran still sells oil, and they’ve had that sort of regime since 1979. Same will be the case w/ the other countries – they’ll sell their oil to anybody, and unlike the Saudis or the Khalifas of Bahrein or Col Gadaffi, they’ll use the money to finance Jihad, be it against Israel, the US, Europe, Russia, India, Philippines, Ethiopia, you name it!

Oil will continue to flow @ whatever prices they want: it’s just that you’ll see more money flowing towards Jihadi terrorism, instead of ostentatious palaces or utopian projects (like Gadaffi’s ‘man-made river’ or the Emirates’ the world on water project)

Infidel Pride on March 20, 2011 at 2:53 pm

Infidel Pride–

You are correct. Oil (their only means of foreign exchange) will always flow. The notion that Mubarak was “our guy” (for example) is crap, and was only based on him being paid off.

At any rate, all these diplomatic deals haven’t exactly worked out too well, have they?

It is strange how “conservatives” will talk about how incompetent government is, but that seems to always exclude the State department, the CIA, and the military.

Red Ryder on March 20, 2011 at 3:27 pm

Well, here we go again! 1. IRAQ: Does it seem they really want us there anymore – if they ever did? That’s Front #1.
2. AFGHANISTAN: Didn’t Karzai grumble about us and our methods? Does anyone really trust him to back us versus going along with his fellow drug sellers and tribal leaders? That’s Front #2. 3. LIBYA: Michael Scheuer is not happy about this at all. We’re damned if we do and damned if we don’t. In a Civil War – an oxymoron if ever there was – the third party gets blamed…just ask a cop involved in a domestic dispute. This will become Front #3.

Now, think about North Korea, Iran, Kosovo, Somalia, Syria, Pakistan, and all the rest who could stir the pot including Venezuela vs Columbia and our good buddies in Cuba. Remember Rahm Emanuel’s advice to never let a good crisis go to waste. We’re seeing more than enough good crises.

In addition, check the multicultural demographics of France, England, Germany, Italy and Qaddafi’s threats to turn loose Al Qaeda on the “crusaders” attacking his country. Also check into what’s happening to U.S. Treasuries, U.S.Dollar value, and the Drug War / Invasion along the U.S. / Mexican border.

I, for one, would not believe anything the Arab League says about backing the U.S., French, and British Forces via their “request” to stop Qaddafi’s killing actions. Why? Just ask any Muslim Leader who the Great Satan is? And, what about all those missiles hitting Israel?

We are entering the TWILIGHT ZONE.

Dennis on March 20, 2011 at 3:47 pm

Hey Deb, any word if Chelsea is going to join the U.S. militarty and fight the wars that her mother is getting us into?

Jonathan Grant on March 20, 2011 at 5:11 pm

OIL FLOWS and will be pumped into Ocean Tankers. INFIDEL PRIDE and RED RYDER are correct.

Once the oil has been loaded into the Ocean Tanker, my guess is that it has been accepted on a NEGOTIABLE BILL OF LADING.

Why? It can be sold to anyone while in transit and redirected.

Jihadists, Communists, Religious Fanatics, Thieves, etc., etc., are CAPITALISTS…they all must sell what they value less and use the money to buy what they value more. If that was not so, Russia would keep all their oil and natural gas instead of selling those commodities to the Europeans.

Dennis on March 20, 2011 at 5:12 pm

Hey, I Michelle Malkin is mocking those for calling on Obama’s impeachment for not getting Congress’ approval to go to war in Libya, which is what we’ve done.

Why doesn’t that fraud go fight? Why don’t her kids and her husband serve?

So many arm chair generals and women are so quick to put our young men (mostly white people, often less economically advantaged) in harms way, and bust or budget to boot.

JG: She’s a moron who whines whenever a left-wing, America-hating reporter is captured or kidnapped and who roots for “democracy” and “free elections” for Islamic extremists. Plus she lied for Sean Hannity and the Freedom Alliance, b/c his is the only show on FOX News primetime that will still have her on. She’s clueless and a complete fraud. DS

Jonathan Grant on March 20, 2011 at 5:16 pm

I think I
truly love Norman F.

Cat K on March 20, 2011 at 6:05 pm

While I sympathize in general with bombing Muslims, I could never sympathize with providing muscle for the Arab League. In addition, as I think our goal should be fewer Muslims and less Islamic power in the world, Qaddafi is preferable to the alternatives.

Yes, if we could manage a civil war for years in Libya, that would be terrific, but we can’t count on that, and we can likely count on interruptions of the oil supply in the ongoing-civil-war scenario.

And of course, we can now be sure that efforts to acquire nukes will be massively increased, as our civilian and military leaders are such pussies when it comes to regimes like North Korea.

But I have to hand it to Hussein: he sure wrong-footed establishment conservatives, who criticized him for his wimpiness just as he pivoted and did what they said they wanted.

I guess I can take some comfort in the thousands of Muslims killed today.

skzion on March 20, 2011 at 6:09 pm

I should have typed “bust our budget, to boot.”

Jonathan Grant on March 20, 2011 at 6:49 pm

Let’s see. Bahrain, with the Saudi’s encouragement, kills protesters.

By Hillary’s reasoning, will we be bombing Riyahd next?

Seems we can bomb Libya, which poses no threat to us at this time, but we won’t bomb Iran’s nuclear sites.

Jonathan Grant on March 20, 2011 at 6:51 pm

Didn’t G.W. Bush take Gadaffi off the terrorist watch list a few years ago? You would think all this money would be better spent helping Japan rebuild. You would think we have excess money to spread around.

Jo on March 20, 2011 at 7:42 pm

Debbie, my thoughts exactly when I heard that we were bombing in Libya. I don’t want either side to win, and I am sick of the stupid American media portraying the Muslim Brotherhood, or whatever Muslim groups are behind all of these “spontaneous” protests in the Middle East, as “freedom fighters.” They don’t want freedom. They want Sharia law and the new Caliphate.

DG in GA on March 20, 2011 at 7:58 pm

Debbie, I remember, back a few weeks ago you wrote an article pertaining towards Libya, I was a little apathetic about the situation in Lybia at first, but as time went on I thought about more and more, and guess what, if were calling for Gaddahfi to step down, then that means Al-Queda and Hamas will more likely take over Lybia. To be honest with you Debbie and everybody else on this site, I’m NOT taking sides on Lybia, we know Gaddahfi is a horrible person who oppress his own people in Lybia, but if he goes, then those who want to take over Lybia are just as bad or worst than Gaddahfi.

Now, I’ve listened to some conservative talk shows about this, and most of them are saying that “we should use a no fly zone in Lybia, and Gaddahfi needs to step down, etc., etc.”, but they haven’t done their homework on who wants to take over Lybia. JG, if Michelle Malkin wants congress to sign some approval on our troops go to Lybia, then why doesn’t she or her husband or her nephews or brother(s) go and serve instead of espousing the same old “neo-con”, gung-ho policy!

“A nation is defined by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on March 20, 2011 at 8:45 pm

You know what DS and everybody else, I just browsed some conservative site (or Republican sites) and they have this story on their sites, and most of the posters on those so-called right wing sites are fauling Obama for our troops going into Lybia. Those posters are so goddamn blind that they didn’t know it was Sean “Wallbanger” Hannity, John McCain, Mitch McConnell (the Hokie-Turkey gobbler as Dr. Savage calls him) banging the drum for Obama to do save the rebels in Lybia, speaking of which, I’ve read from sites that the rebels are being enabled by Hamas and Al-Queda. So clearly that means Hannity, McCain, McConnell, etc. are backing islamic-terrorist groups who wants to take over Lybia. So where reacting without thinking, pathetic, I to blame the so-called conservatives who’ve been banging the drum and demand Obama to do something, in which Lybia is NONE of our business.

“A nation is defined by it’s borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on March 20, 2011 at 9:02 pm

Regarding the post from Preposteroso, quote: “Is it possible Michelle made him do this out of envy over Qaddafi’s frocks?”

Preposteroso on March 20, 2011 at 3:48 am

Preposteroso,

Maybe Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama was jealous of Ghaddafi Duck’s wardrobe, or diet, or servants, or noteriety.

She wants to dictate what we all eat, how our children are educated and what they learn, and other aspects of life.

The President of the Puniverse, The Most Holy, the Most Divine Messiah, Savior of Mankind, The One, Mister Hope and Change, Barack Hussein Obama Barry Sotero, was less qualified to serve as president than Sarah Palin, yet SHE was the one demonized and accused of not having “experience,” even though she was the only of all four – Obama, Biden, and Juan McCain the looney idiot, RINO fool, who actually did serve in government in an executive position, – Mayor, Governor, etc., while Obama the skinny twig, mister weakling, mister all fluff and media hype, the Community Organizer whose area of organizing is a failure, decrepit, violent, a mess – so much for his community organizing, and more and more we see how awful this guy is!

He has attacked US citizens, demonized those who read the Bible, follow Christianity, Conservatives, pro-lifers, those who own guns, and others, including the men and women in uniform, US servicemen. He goes overseas and acts like he is the president of earth, not president of the USA. He went to Egypt and elsewhere, giving public speeches to Muslims praising Islam and demonizing US citizens, the US, and US history, and even pandered to Islam by claiming the US is no longer a Christian nation, but that the US has one of the largest Muslim populations in the world.

The guy is awful, yet, because the media and entertainment industry, and the Education industry – Universities, etc, are all leftist bastions and supporters of Socialist, Communist, Islamicist thought, Obama will be reelected in 2012 – showing how many voters in the US are idiots, and brainwashed.

Debbie, I have also been opposed to US helping ANY of those nations in Asia, Middle East, Northern Africa, or the island nations near them, predominently Islamic and barbaric. These people celebrated 9/11 en masse. They are backward barbarians. They hate the US and will do so whether we help them or not. If they need help because violent thugs are wreaking hasvoc, and they are barbarians and violent thugs to begin with, let the other Muslims from other nations go and act like resuers, protectors, saviors. Why does the US, “led” by His Magesty, the Messiah Obama, have do expend US soldiers’ lives, US taxpayer money, and further allow the barbarians more fodder for their rabid hatred to come back and bite us in the privates in the future?

William on March 20, 2011 at 9:13 pm

Hi Debbie.

It’s nice to know I’m not the only one who can’t find a genuinely compelling reason to bomb Libya. While it may be true that Gadhafi was gaining the upper hand on the rebels, I believe the civil war would have continued for many years to come.

Gadhafi is old. Libya’s population is young. His long term leadership was untenable.

It can’t just be about the oil. Not this time! Algeria is an OPEC nation and we let a civil war rage for 10 years and claim 150,000 lives. The Islamists lost and leadership in Algeria has changed a few times.

So why now has the Arab League, certain European leaders, and the UN gotten frantic for a no-fly zone? Since when does the Arab League invite “the Great Satan” and its European allies to bomb an Arab country because of yet another civil war. Hello? What’s wrong with this picture?

Something is rotten in Denmark. I don’t know exactly what it is. All I know is that this policy doesn’t quite make sense.

There is NO Santa Claus on March 20, 2011 at 9:31 pm

3/20/11, Arutz Sheva wrote:

“However, the international intervention faced opposition.

The Arab League, which previously supported an international proposal to close Libya’s skies, condemned the operation.

“What we want is civilians’ protection, not shelling more civilians,” an Egyptian daily quoted Arab League head Amr Moussa as saying.
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Ain’t that a kick in the nuts

John Prewett on March 21, 2011 at 12:06 am

    John:

    Amr Moussa is a BAD guy. No Arab diplomat has done more to maintain and expand the Arab League’s manifest policy of anti-Semitism. For all practical purposes, he was Hosni Mubarak’s lead diplomat. The claim by some media sources that he could be popular enough to be elected President of Egypt is something I find worrisome.

    What was he thinking? Was he trying to say that he wanted the U.S. to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya but not hurt anybody? That’s preposterous.

    Here’s my guess. Amr Moussa’s statement suggests that he has received sufficient feedback from Egyptians that the Arab League’s support of the no-fly zone is unpopular among Egyptians. For a guy who aspires to be Egypt’s next President in a more publicly accountable government, disapproval of the no-fly zone by a significant number of Egyptians is problematic.

    There is NO Santa Claus on March 21, 2011 at 7:29 am

Hello Sean R.,

I’ll admit it. I am a nitpicker, but don’t take this note too personally.

“A nation is defined by it’s borders, language & culture!”

“It’s” is a contraction for “it is”. “Its” is the possessive form and that is what should be used in your sentence. (Yes, I had Nuns in Grade School and my knuckles were often red from ruler smacks! :))

Keep sending your good comments…I enjoy reading them.

Dennis on March 21, 2011 at 2:07 pm

I agree with you, especially about that prissy and gossipy yenta, Sean Hannity, whose female panelists surely must consider him to be just one of the girls.

Dianne & Brian on March 21, 2011 at 6:27 pm

OBAMA FULFILLING THE BIBLE

Can you guess which Bible verses Barack Hussein Obama likes to avoid?
Proverbs 19:10 (NIV): “It is not fitting for a fool to live in luxury – how much worse for a slave to rule over princes!”
Also Proverbs 30:22 (NIV) which says that the earth cannot bear up under “a servant who becomes king.”
And Ecclesiastes 5:2-3 (KJV) advises: “let thy words be few…a fool’s voice is known by multitude of words.”
Although Obama is not descended from slaves, he may feel that he’s destined to become a black-slavery avenger.
Or maybe an enslaver of all free citizens!
For some stunning info on Pres. Obama and his fellow subversives, Google “Michelle Obama’s Allah-day,” “Obama Supports Public Depravity,” “David Letterman’s Hate Etc.,” “Un-Americans Fight Franklin Graham” and also “Sandra Bernhard, Larry David, Kathy Griffin, Bill Maher, Joan Rivers, Sarah Silverman.” Also Google “Prof. F. N. Lee’s ISLAM IN THE BIBLE [PDF].”
PS – Since Christians are commanded to ask God to send severe judgment on persons who commit and support the worst forms of evil (see I Cor. 5 and note “taken away”), Christians everywhere should constantly pray that the Lord will soon “take away” or at least overthrow all US leaders who continue to sear their conscience and arrogantly trample the God-given rights of the majority including the rights of the unborn. Do we need a second American Revolution?
PPS – For a rare look at the 181-year-old endtime belief which has long neutralized millions of American patriots by promising them an “imminent rapture” off earth – which has diverted them away from being prepared to stand against all enemies, domestic as well as foreign – Google “Pretrib Rapture Dishonesty,” “Pretrib Rapture Diehards,” “Edward Irving is Unnerving,” “Pretrib Rapture Secrecy,” and “Pretrib Rapture – Hidden Facts” – all by the author of the bestselling nonfiction book “The Rapture Plot” (the most accurate documentation on the pretrib rapture’s long hidden birth in Britain in 1830 – see Armageddon Books). Also Google “Stamping Out Harold Camping.”

Andy on March 23, 2011 at 1:35 am

Given what’s been written about Michelle “Fraudkin,” especially her beating the drums on the Libya situation, she just wrote an article about Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, noting at one point, “[W]hy should Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s words mean anything anymore?” Well . . . in light of what’s been written by Debbie about her reprehensible conduct on several issues and other matters, plus what she now espouses, why should Michelle “Fraudkin’s” words mean anything anymore?

ConcernedPatriot on March 23, 2011 at 4:26 am

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