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    Waiting for Obama speech on 20,000 missing Libyan surface-to-air missiles

    Waiting for Obama speech on 20,000 missing Libyan surface-to-air missiles

    ABC has an exclusive:

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    Some exclusive. In fact, I ran a post on it earlier this month, Let the Libya “unexpected” consequences begin:

    Such as a “no fly zone” over all of northern Africa, spreading across the globe, because while we broke Muammar Gaddafi’s army, we didn’t fix the problem of tens of thousands of mobile surface-to-air missiles.

    As pointed out by Ace, this is old news, and calls into question the “no boots on the ground” strategy.

    It also reminds me of this cartoon I ran back in March:



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    David R. Graham | September 29, 2011 at 2:01 am

    “He has gone way beyond treason and is now in total destruction.”

    Has been from the start, not just from now. But he’s cautioning those enemies he’s arming (they are friends to him) that they better not touch him, just US citizens’, and mainly “white peoples’, will to be. He’s never tried to hide what he wants. He’s always been an open book. His ghost Bill Ayers wrote two to say it.

    Also, no destruction is more total than treason. Ultimately, not he but the US Congress and electorate are the culprits here. Neither has wanted to believe what they heard from, by and about him. They’re afraid of him, or rather, of the deliberately indistinct, menacing intelligence “community” network that fostered and emplaced him: that is, the actual US government.

    Breaking the back of that actual US government and suddenly, relentlessly re-forming the legal US government is the task a remarkably resolved portion of the US electorate has taken upon themselves. It is a great but heavy burden. May they succeed.

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