Thursday, March 24, 2011


What does the U.S. White House call our countries actions in Libya?
White house press secretary Jay Carney said it was "a time-limited, scope-limited military action."
Oh, well that's wonderful because I always thought that dropping bombs and firing missiles at targets with the intent to kill people and damage that countries military defenses was called war.  No matter which way you cut it, we are at war with Colonel Moammar Gaddafi and his government. When you see burned and bombed out vehicles on the news you can be sure there were at one time people alive in those vehicles. People who were killed by bombs that violently tear souls loose from their physical bodies.  Let's not sugar coat what we are doing.  We are out to help tumble yet another regime that we do not believe is beneficial to the United States nor the trend toward globalization in general.

After doing an internet search for pictures that I could put up here to make you sure of the atrocities occurring in Libya currently, I decided against it due to the extremely graphic nature of the ones I had found and any of the ones that were okay to put up, I have already seen  published in the American media machine. Be sure of one thing, this is not a neat and clean operation in which our country will be able to wipe our hands clean of any blood. Men on this planet are being massacred by planes with bombs on them that you and I paid for with our tax dollars and for what? How does any of this even directly benefit us? I hate war.

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