Well it seems they’re dropping like flies over in the mid-east.  I guess you can say it all started way back when Sadam Hussein was finally killed.  Hosni Mubarak stepped down before they killed him (smart guy).  Then of course Osama Bin Laden, even though he wasn’t a political leader he was still a figure head, and now Muammar Ghadafi.  Word is Ahmadinejad over in Iran is more anxious than a nun in a cucumber patch and I can’t say I blame him.  I’d say all signs point to him being the next one to go.  Now that Qaddafi is dead maybe we can pull our resources, which should have never been in Libya in the first place, out of there.  Don’t get me wrong it’s awesome that this disgrace to humanity is finally dead.  He should have been dead back in ’88 when he sponsored the terrorists that blew up Pan Am flight 103.  But who are these rebels?  Does anyone know these guys?  Does the President or anyone else read history books?  I don’t and I still know how Sadam Hussein got into power.  I know how this story ends.  We help the rebels and they elect an anti-american official into power who sponsors terrorism.  Then we attack said country and it costs us more lives and money.  I’m sure these rebels will be different though right?  I’m sure this group of rebels will establish a benevolent democratic government that will welcome the United States as allies.  It’s only a matter of time before Tripoli has a Starbucks on every corner.  OK maybe not.  In fact something tells me we’re f*cked 20 years from now.  But I guess until then we can celebrate the death of Kadafi.  Ahmadinejad is next but make no mistake taking out these guys really won’t make any difference at all as far as the middle east’s sentiment towards the United States is concerned.  By the way I spelled Gaddafi four different times during this piece and they’re all the correct spelling.  Below is chilling video taken from the streets of Tripoli this morning.


Seriously he looks just like Super Fly Jimmy Snuka.  Anyone? No?

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