I know I should be scared...but man, this guy cracks me up

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    I know I should be scared...but man, this guy cracks me up

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    <excerpts from AP article />

    CAIRO – A defiant Moammar Gadhafi vowed to fight to his "last drop of blood" and roared at supporters to strike back against Libyan protesters to defend his embattled regime Tuesday, signaling an escalation of the crackdown that has thrown the capital into scenes of mayhem, wild shooting and bodies in the streets.


    "You men and women who love Gadhafi ... get out of your homes and fill the streets," he said. "Leave your homes and attack them in their lairs."
    State TV showed a crowd of Gadhafi supporters in Tripoli's Green Square, raising his portrait and waving flags as they swayed to music after the address.

    Swathed in brown robes and a turban, wearing reflective sunglasses, he at times screamed, his voice breaking, and shook his fists — then switched to reading glasses to read from a green-covered law book, losing his train of thought before launching into a new round of shouting.


    He spoke from behind a podium in the entrance of his bombed-out Tripoli residence hit by U.S. airstrikes in the 1980s and left unrepaired as a symbol of defiance.


    At times the camera panned back to show the outside of the building and its towering monument of a gold-colored fist crushing an American fighter jet. But the view also gave a bizarre image of Gadhafi, waving his arms wildly alone in a broken-down lobby with no audience, surrounded by torn tiles dangling from the ceiling, shattered concrete pillars and bare plumbing pipes.


    "Libya wants glory, Libya wants to be at the pinnacle, at the pinnacle of the world," he proclaimed, pounding his fist on the podium. "I am a fighter, a revolutionary from tents. ... I will die as a martyr at the end," he said, vowing to fight "to my last drop of blood."


    Gadhafi portrayed the protesters as misguided youths, who had been given drugs and money by a "small, sick group" to attack police and government buildings. He said the uprising was fomented by "bearded men" — a reference to Islamic fundamentalists — and Libyans living abroad.


    He urged supporters to take to the streets to attack demonstrators, saying police would not interfere.


    "Forward, forward, forward!" he barked at the speech's conclusion, pumping both fists in the air as he stormed away from the podium. He was kissed by about a dozen supporters, some in security force uniforms. Then he climbed into a golf cart-like vehicle and puttered away.
     

     
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     You know someone is selling golf cart like vehicles on this site,could bos.com be this small sick group? If so it all makes sense now.
     
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    Guys like that are much the same as Saddam and Hitler before him. Power corrupts then sickens the mind. I expect it's the same with BinLaden, except he has no country to rule. They will be defiant to the bitter end. Only death will quench his desire to rule the world. Unfortunately for Libya even his death probably won't end the unrest. Hopefully they will choose their next leader wisely. They will likely need to fight and die for the opportunity to choose.
     
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    I'm not sure what this topic has to do with the Patriots, so I'll add this link to confuse more people. 

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    Buy oil futures, now!
     
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    I had no idea he kept the bombed house that killed his family as a memorial.  

    I was in tears watching the world news last night as he stood out in front of it babbling incoherently.
     
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    Who does he play for?

     
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    "The Evil-Doers".
     
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    thats america in 10 years...

     
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    Yeah . . .  bloody revolution is pretty hilarious.


     
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    He's not talking about that. He's talking about the absurdity of Gadaffi's behavior as leader of Libya for 40 years and pathetic crash here at the end.
     
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     Do these glasses make me look cool ?
     
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    rumor has it that one of his cabinet members said he ordered the Lockerbie boming. the guy sure babbled on at the UN meetings. He must have some really good weed grown for him. I hope he goes up on war crimes for having helicoptor gunships fire on his own people.
     
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    He was ripped to the gills during that UN speech a couple years back.  No doubt.  Either that or he had a stroke during the speech.

    Probably some Belgian White Ale and some sour diesel doobage a couple hours before his turn to speak.

     
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    [QUOTE]Guys like that are much the same as Saddam and Hitler before him. Power corrupts then sickens the mind. I expect it's the same with BinLaden, except he has no country to rule. They will be defiant to the bitter end. Only death will quench his desire to rule the world. Unfortunately for Libya even his death probably won't end the unrest. Hopefully they will choose their next leader wisely. They will likely need to fight and die for the opportunity to choose.
    Posted by bubthegrub2[/QUOTE]

    They're also much the same as Obama, Bush, Clinton ...
     
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    ^^^Super logic again. lol

    You sure will be taken seriously with such well thought out responses like that. I suppose Kim Johg Il and Abdamanjad are the equivalent to the Easter Bunny, too.

    You know you're crazy when you make reaches like this one above, here from PatriotZ.

    Good luck with the prescriptions today.
     
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    [QUOTE] Do these glasses make me look cool ?
    Posted by rochfan[/QUOTE]

    the sun never sets on a badass Cool
     
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    GOD!!!!!  I'll be glad when football season starts.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: I know I should be scared...but man, this guy cracks me up : They're also much the same as Obama, Bush, Clinton ...
    Posted by themightypatriotz[/QUOTE]

    Now I'm not totally satisfied with the government, either. But you seem to have a much lower opinion about our so-called leaders! Last year you called all the soldiers fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan "murderers", now you are comparing US presidents to evil dictators like Saddam and Adolph Hitler? Maybe you are just being sarcastic. But if you really feel this way, why do you choose to still live in America? You should try another country where things are run more to your liking! You also had better be careful who you voice these opinions to, lest you be dubbed a communist or a terrorist! I know the offseason is boring, but trying to start arguments here with fellow Patriots fans is even worse than the trolls doing it!
     
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    ahhh, politics and religion. My momma used to say....
     
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    the sun never sets on a badass


     * the perspective this man has*  We could drink beer together ya know
     
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    [QUOTE]To ALL : <excerpts from AP article /> CAIRO – A defiant Moammar Gadhafi vowed to fight to his "last drop of blood" and roared at supporters to strike back against Libyan protesters to defend his embattled regime Tuesday, signaling an escalation of the crackdown that has thrown the capital into scenes of mayhem, wild shooting and bodies in the streets. "You men and women who love Gadhafi ... get out of your homes and fill the streets," he said. "Leave your homes and attack them in their lairs." State TV showed a crowd of Gadhafi supporters in Tripoli's Green Square, raising his portrait and waving flags as they swayed to music after the address. Swathed in brown robes and a turban, wearing reflective sunglasses, he at times screamed, his voice breaking, and shook his fists — then switched to reading glasses to read from a green-covered law book, losing his train of thought before launching into a new round of shouting. He spoke from behind a podium in the entrance of his bombed-out Tripoli residence hit by U.S. airstrikes in the 1980s and left unrepaired as a symbol of defiance. At times the camera panned back to show the outside of the building and its towering monument of a gold-colored fist crushing an American fighter jet. But the view also gave a bizarre image of Gadhafi, waving his arms wildly alone in a broken-down lobby with no audience, surrounded by torn tiles dangling from the ceiling, shattered concrete pillars and bare plumbing pipes. "Libya wants glory, Libya wants to be at the pinnacle, at the pinnacle of the world," he proclaimed, pounding his fist on the podium. "I am a fighter, a revolutionary from tents. ... I will die as a martyr at the end," he said, vowing to fight "to my last drop of blood." Gadhafi portrayed the protesters as misguided youths, who had been given drugs and money by a "small, sick group" to attack police and government buildings. He said the uprising was fomented by "bearded men" — a reference to Islamic fundamentalists — and Libyans living abroad. He urged supporters to take to the streets to attack demonstrators, saying police would not interfere. "Forward, forward, forward!" he barked at the speech's conclusion, pumping both fists in the air as he stormed away from the podium. He was kissed by about a dozen supporters, some in security force uniforms. Then he climbed into a golf cart-like vehicle and puttered away.  
    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium[/QUOTE]

    I never asked myself the question, "What would happen if Michael Jackson became the leader of a desert country?" yet I somehow know the answer.

    He would have more people fighting for him if only there were gays in Libya (C'mon, you think Ahmadinejad is the only one who won't acknowledge gays?) and he had better dance moves.

    Hee hee hee!

     
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    We are watching the world change before our eyes. Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Libya......People are tired of poverty, oppression and rich, out of touch rulers who ignore their needs. Where is the next spot?
     
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    Agreed.  History in the making. 

    The important thing is to not replace one extreme with another (one that would be worse) like what happened in Russia in 1917/1918, China in 1949 or Cuba in 1959.

    You get the idea.

    Hopefully, the people there sort of graps this idea, but I have my doubts. Hard to tell right now. The Egyptians seem to have it right, but it's still a very unsteady time, obviously.

    The last thing we need is new Theocracies cropping up like we see in Iran.  Or Saudi Arabia for that matter.

    George Costanza may have tried doing the opposite (as an unemployed 40 year old living with his parents) to change his luck one time, but it never works on the political/social landscape.

    Didn't work in Russia, China, Cuba, etc, and it won't work in Venezuela either.

    Democracy, perfect or not, is still the best way to go.  From there, it's do you want a Capitalist system or something a little more Socialist, like maybe Sweden, etc.

    Regardless, these countries need to get a base consitution down on paper and then hold elections.   Have to start somewhere.
     
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    [QUOTE]We are watching the world change before our eyes. Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Libya......People are tired of poverty, oppression and rich, out of touch rulers who ignore their needs. Where is the next spot?
    Posted by NYC[/QUOTE]

    Yemen is increasingly become a hotspot

    Venezuela would be a good place to start in south america
     
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