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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Matt Black, Oct 20, 2011.
Apparently. . Good news if verified. Now what to do with him?
America should do nothing with him, we should let the Libyans decide what to do with him.
Just heard on TV, there's unconfirmed reports that he is dead.
I think he'll have 'died of his wounds' by the time the main news bulletins are out...Best outcome IMO
I didn't ask what America should do with him...
Ol' Flaky is finally bumped off, is he? I wonder-- where will his permanent Locker bie?
They said he died from his wounds but Nato and The Us have not fully got all the report...Well not that I know of as I have been keeping the tv off most of the day.
I'd like to know who decided it was acceptable to show pictures of his corpse but not of Osama Bin Ladin's.
He was worth the blood of Jesus. Hope he accepted. raying:
:laugh::laugh::laugh: ROFLOL; GOOD ONE!!
( http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/...i-death-libya-lockerbie/50847778/1?csp=34news )
Very good question.......one which we'll never know the answer to....but we sure can surmise
Obama is Not In Charge, That is Why We See the Photos
I believe NATO and the rebels are in charge of the war over there, not his majesty Obama, and that is why we see photos of a dead dictator.
I still have to wonder about Bin Laden, but, I also take it on faith that we did in fact kill him, because it's been ages since we've heard from him.
Maybe someone will be treasurer hunting one day and find the mummy body of Bin Laden and unravel the mystery.
Or, maybe a new POTUS will decide to release the photos immediately after they are sworn in as POTUS LOL
I find it interesting that when the US lent support to the early NATO strikes many here condemned President Obama. I am curious as to whether those same people are willing to give him at least partial credit for this victory now?
Obama sure seems to be blood thirsty.
I thought that it has always been the policy of the U.S. not to specificaly target foreign government leaders for death.
What would Obama's reaction be if some foreign government announced that he is the target of such treatment and then sent proxies to do the job.
What would be the reaction of those who are happy with Gaddafi's fate?
Rather good news I suspect for our former Prime Minister, Teflon Tony, that Gaddafi wasn't given a trial...