(faces deleted for protection of the White House)
Gadhafi shown no mercy in last moments
Dragged from hiding in a drainage pipe, a wounded Moammar Gadhafi raised his hands and begged:
"Don't kill me, my sons." Within an hour, he was dead.
We know the fate of Mr. Gadhafi... so as Paul Harvey used to say, "Now the rest of the story"
President Obama's leadership, the Obama doctrine and President Obama's fearless actions are the reasons the world is a safer place today. After all it was President Obama who single handily flew the plane while shooting at and hitting Gadhafi's vehicle as it was trying to make a get away. The President jumped from the plane, not thinking of his own safety but only of re-election and safely landed near the scene, whipped out his gun and forced a begging Gadhafi out of the drainage pipe where he was trying to hide. From that point on things get a little blurry and due to safety concerns more details will not be forth coming. Let's just say, Moammar Gadhfi is now No-more Gadhfi. Which, by the way, is probably a good thing for the rest of the world.
There was no confirmation that the President left the scene in the $1.1 million, taxpayer funded, black campaign bus.
What, you doubt the rest of the story? OK, maybe the details are a little less than true but I figure, everything that has gone wrong in the country for the last 10 or so years was Bush's fault it stands to reason anything that has gone right for the last 2 years is due to President Obama swift and decisive actions.
All kidding aside I believe ridding the world of such a bad person makes the world a safer place, thanks to all who worked to carry out the plan.
I don't know who came up with and actually carried out the plan but President Obama rightly gets some of the credit because he is the President, even though he might or might not have known about the plan.
(I hope there is a plan to get the United States out of the mess this President has helped deepen.)
A warning to the wise and the President: "The fact is
we're not going to get this economy going again by
growing the government. It's the private sector that's
ultimately going to drive this recovery," Senate
Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said. "Look,
if big government were the key to economic growth,
then countries like Greece would be booming right