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Libya: Bush's legacy?

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Submitted by Sergio Rubinstein (Mexico), Dec 19, 2008 at 18:25

Back in the 70's, Libya's Khaddafi (or however you may want to spell it) was today's Ahmadinejad: an annoying, international pain in the ---, openly sponsoring terrorism in all its forms, a virulent anti-Semite and anti-American who was always finding new ways to test the West's patience against islamic intrusion, and measuring himself against "giants" such as the pathetic Jimmy Carter. Fortunately for the world, he had President Reagan taking office shortly after. A few F-14's later, part of Khadaffi's family was blown to pieces and the dictator himself barely saved his life. From then on, and up until now, little was heard from this islamic clown outside of his native Libya.

The arab-loving Bush has nothing to do with this particular scum being out of the picture.

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