The Compliments Just Keep Pouring In For Obama In Libya

Aren’t we lucky to have a President who’s so wise and so beloved by the world to handle our war with Libya? Why, just look at how fantastic the reviews have been so far!

Indiscriminate bombing. Who gave those countries the right? Neither the United States, nor France, nor England, nor any country has the right to be dropping bombs. — Hugo Chavez

We hope Libya can restore stability as soon as possible and avoid further civilian casualties due to an escalation of armed conflict. — The Chinese Foreign Ministry

Look at what’s going on in your country (Barack Obama) and remember your words, because the American people are rising against their own government. It’s not Muslims. It’s not black people. It’s white militia that are angry with their government. And they are well armed. Are you going to tell them: ‘Put your arms down, and let’s talk it over peacefully’? I hope so, but if not, America will be bathed in blood, not because Farrakhan said so but because dissatisfaction in American has reached the boiling point. Be careful how you manipulate the dissatisfaction in Libya and other parts of the Muslim world. — Louis Farrakhan

I was, frankly, very disappointed that [Nicolas] Sarkozy did not share with us his Final Four picks and I think it’s his failure to understand the Final Four that allowed him to focus on Libya…Clearly, if he had understood the American system he would have understood that his is not a good week to deal with Libya because this is the week to deal with Kansas, Ohio State, and you know things that were really important. — Newt Gingrich

It regrets the air strikes that are taking place. The measures adopted should mitigate and not exacerbate an already difficult situation for the people of Libya. — The Indian Government

President Obama moved forward without Congress approving. He didn’t have Congressional authorization, he has gone against the Constitution, and that’s got to be said. It’s not even disputable, this isn’t even a close question. Such an action — that involves putting America’s service men and women into harm’s way, whether they’re in the Air Force or the Navy — is a grave decision that cannot be made by the president alone. And I’m raising the question as to whether or not it’s an impeachable offense. It would appear on its face to be an impeachable offense. Now, it doesn’t necessarily follow that simply because a president has committed an impeachable offense, that the process should start to impeach and remove him. That’s a whole separate question. But we have to clearly understand what this Constitution is about. — Dennis Kucinich

Well, we’re in Libya because of oil. — Rep. Ed Markey (D-MA

We have neither the troops, stomach, or $$ (dollars) to fight a ground war for months/years to defeat (Muammar Gaddafi)… May I suggest a 50-mile evacuation zone around Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize? — Michael Moore

What has happened in Libya differs from the goal of imposing a no-fly zone and what we want is the protection of civilians and not bombing other civilians. From the start we requested only that a no-fly zone be set up to protect Libyan civilians and avert any other developments or additional measures. — The Arab League’s Secretary General, Amr Moussa

The (UN resolution on Libya) is defective and flawed. It allows everything. It resembles medieval calls for crusades. — Vladimir Putin

Thank goodness we got that reckless Cowboy out of the White House so that our smooth, beloved Dear Leader could deftly handle situations like this!

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