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I haven't seen anyone else post Gaddafi death so i will.
The images of his death photo are stark but it lets the world know he is done.
Is the USA going to support this country now?
I'm hoping we will get our soldiers out of the region and let them take care of their own matters. The people in the middle east are wanting a democratic way of life,free from dictators.
Will the USA have any say in the govt and have more oil to import?
Personally, I think we should concentrate on polishing our own model of democracy. It's a bit tarnished.
US should be an example, not an enforcer (oh wait, how can you "enforce" democracy???)
It's good news for the Libyan people, tho!
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by Mark Lees4 years ago
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by Paulo Camacho7 years ago
Why there are dictators and why it's difficult transition to democracy as is now in Egypt?
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by My Esoteric19 months ago
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by ahorseback12 months ago
Interesting that the hard driven rhetoric constantly promoting violence of the left is finally perpetrated and they immediately go crickets on the HP. forums , probably just a little guilt...
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