To the left is the President of the United States of America and to the right is the President of Libya, Mohammed Magarief. One of them is an honest man. One of them puts his people above himself. Only one is worthy of Honour.
Here are a couple of fellows.
Both are Presidents. One of Libya, and the other of a nation in serious decline, somewhere north of Belize. One tells the truth, even at the risk of his own life. The other one lies without compunction.
One tries to be reasonable, even in unreasonable conditions. The other is essentially an extreme marxist ideologue, dedicated to forcing social democracy onto a common law, free enterprise country, as a form of punishment for having "oppressed" certain bodies of people.
One is trying to re-establish a country that has had years of oppression of a kind that cannot be comprehended by most Americans. While some speak of a War onWomen in the United States, the President of Libya must deal with armed gangs of deranged religious maniacs who think nothing of lining up the daughters, especially the daughters of people suspected of helping a different faction. The thugs rape and shoot the girls in front of the parents, just as if the girls were common foreign female news reporters. That is what the President of Libya sees as a War on Women.
El Gringo Viejo noted when the President of Libya was speaking yesterday about the probable source of the disorders in Benghazi, assigning the blame to terrorists, probably under the control of an Al Qiada group that he appeared to me to be an honest, sincere, and straightforward man. A Statesman.
El Gringo Viejo noted on the Letterman show that the President of the United States continued to lie and construct preposterous Windmills and Hobbit holes and Cheshire Cats concerning the probable source of the terrorist attacks. WE CAN TRUST NOTHING THIS MAN SAYS ABOUT THIS ISSUE OR ANY OTHER. HE IS A MARXIST WHOSE ONLY TRUTH IS THAT WHICH AIDS IN THE DESTRUCTION OF AMERICA AND ANY FREE STATE.
We would be willing to trade Libya's President for ours, but something tells me that the Libyans would not take the trade.
And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. El Gringo Viejo