Lybia has first election after Gadhafi

Jul 7, 2012 Full story: Pasadena Star-News 54

Jubilant Libyans chose a new parliament Saturday in their first nationwide vote in decades, but violence and protests in the restive east underscored the challenges ahead as the oil-rich North African nation struggles to restore stability after last year's ouster of longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi.

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June 37th 2012

Fishers, IN

#1 Jul 7, 2012
Bresident..........more)...... ...;-0000.........less)....... ..rechimp.....;)

“Historic American Greatness”

Since: Jun 07

The President & his AG

#2 Jul 7, 2012
And to think, after decades of attempts - from Reagan to Bush 43 – it took this brilliant Commander-in-Chief, Barack Obama to get Kaddafi… Osama bin Laden and Muammar are both burning in Hell cursing the American people for electing Barack Obama President of the United States, LOL!
June 38thee 2012

Fishers, IN

#3 Jul 7, 2012
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
And to think, after decades of attempts - from Reagan to Bush 43 – it took this brilliant Commander-in-Chief, Barack Obama to get Kaddafi… Osama bin Laden and Muammar are both burning in Hell cursing the American people for electing Barack Obama President of the United States, LOL!
stop kissing mi pregrammo Patman4eva ok! ;-0000h, how many calories in two milleegram? ;)
June 38thee 2012

Fishers, IN

#4 Jul 7, 2012
Mon-day! the Mobot is over heat....to ^^^help Al Gore glowball hot don't turn on yeee PC ok ;-0000
Outta Luck

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#5 Jul 9, 2012
It will be much easier for us to take advantaage of Lybia's oil reserves with an easily corruptable democratically elected goverment. Dictators have always been difficult to exploit.
PErsonally I'm thrilled about Lybia's new found independance.
And I think it is true Obama has done MUCH MUCH more than any other president to get rid of the "problems" in the Middle East then any president...EVER.

He will be re-elected and I am glad of that.
Sorry Mittens..
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#6 Jul 9, 2012
Outta Luck wrote:
It will be much easier for us to take advantaage of Lybia's oil reserves with an easily corruptable democratically elected goverment. Dictators have always been difficult to exploit.
PErsonally I'm thrilled about Lybia's new found independance.
And I think it is true Obama has done MUCH MUCH more than any other president to get rid of the "problems" in the Middle East then any president...EVER.
He will be re-elected and I am glad of that.
Sorry Mittens..
The problem in the Middle East as you put it is still there and Obama is kissing its arse.
Outta Luck

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#7 Jul 10, 2012
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem in the Middle East as you put it is still there and Obama is kissing its arse.
Yes, there are still problems in the middle east...as I put it. BUT...Obama has had more success over there than W did. W fought wars there his whole 2 terms and all he managed to do was Make Haliburton rich and remove Saddam so our enemies could move in and take over. Speaking of Arse kissing, W and his predecessors were in the Middle east to kiss Isreal's ass. Obama has done no ass kissing in the middle east he has done plenty ASS KICKING!!!!!!!He got Pakastan to apologize for being mad at us for accidentally killing those soldiers in a drone strike. That's impressive.
The fact that conservative radio spends 6 hours a day talking about how horrible Obama is, is a testament to how good he has been.
when W was in office the same bloated talking radio heads spent all day explaining how the dumb stuff W did was amazing, a testament to how bad W was.

Lybia still has a long way to go. Getting over 40 years of rule by a dictator wil not take 1 election. Lybia has a huge reserve of oil....HUGE! Getting them into the global capitalist markets will actually be good for the people if their newly elected officials set the bar high and try to run the country in ways that will not only line their pockets, but the people's too. I think lybia will be a good ally in the mid east, if we play the game fairly with them. It is a golden oppurtunity, hopefully we can beat China to the punch, but they are a tough competitor.
Obama has a much better chance of getting Lybia to work with us than Mit does. Even Lybians will be able to see Mitt is a robot trained by a bizzare religious cult.
Oliver Cromwell

Preston, UK

#8 Jul 10, 2012
Outta Luck wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, there are still problems in the middle east...as I put it. BUT...Obama has had more success over there than W did. W fought wars there his whole 2 terms and all he managed to do was Make Haliburton rich and remove Saddam so our enemies could move in and take over. Speaking of Arse kissing, W and his predecessors were in the Middle east to kiss Isreal's ass. Obama has done no ass kissing in the middle east he has done plenty ASS KICKING!!!!!!!He got Pakastan to apologize for being mad at us for accidentally killing those soldiers in a drone strike. That's impressive.
The fact that conservative radio spends 6 hours a day talking about how horrible Obama is, is a testament to how good he has been.
when W was in office the same bloated talking radio heads spent all day explaining how the dumb stuff W did was amazing, a testament to how bad W was.
Lybia still has a long way to go. Getting over 40 years of rule by a dictator wil not take 1 election. Lybia has a huge reserve of oil....HUGE! Getting them into the global capitalist markets will actually be good for the people if their newly elected officials set the bar high and try to run the country in ways that will not only line their pockets, but the people's too. I think lybia will be a good ally in the mid east, if we play the game fairly with them. It is a golden oppurtunity, hopefully we can beat China to the punch, but they are a tough competitor.
Obama has a much better chance of getting Lybia to work with us than Mit does. Even Lybians will be able to see Mitt is a robot trained by a bizzare religious cult.
Obama,Bush,Clinton,there is no difference they are all International war criminals,the US with its underlings have just finished destroying Libya now they are trying the same stunt with Syria,i don't know who the hell those bastards think they are.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#9 Jul 10, 2012
Hey Observer or other Libyans are you still online on this Forum? I would like to hear from you instead of these conspiracy theorists on how Libya is doing today?

Do you feel the country gained or lost with Ghadaffi gone?

Where do you see the most positive or negative in the new Libya?

Do you hear of a lot of fighting still going on in Libya?

thank you
Bikram

United States

#10 Jul 11, 2012
Libiya is under US-EU. There is American puppet gov.
Oliver Cromwell

Preston, UK

#11 Jul 11, 2012
Bikram wrote:
Libiya is under US-EU. There is American puppet gov.
Thats right,but it won't be there long.

Since: Jul 11

Berlin, Germany

#12 Jul 12, 2012
Oliver Cromwell wrote:
<quoted text>
Thats right,but it won't be there long.
a lot of pro Gaddhafi posters also said that the rebels could never win even with NATO on their side.

Since: Jul 11

Berlin, Germany

#13 Jul 12, 2012
George wrote:
Hey Observer or other Libyans are you still online on this Forum? I would like to hear from you instead of these conspiracy theorists on how Libya is doing today?
Do you feel the country gained or lost with Ghadaffi gone?
Where do you see the most positive or negative in the new Libya?
Do you hear of a lot of fighting still going on in Libya?
thank you
The Libyan posters are probably all too busy celebrating their newly won freedom to have much time to post comments.

I congratulate them all on their first election in 60 years! May they live in freedom forever more.

Since: Jul 11

Berlin, Germany

#14 Jul 12, 2012
Outta Luck wrote:
It will be much easier for us to take advantaage of Lybia's oil reserves with an easily corruptable democratically elected goverment. Dictators have always been difficult to exploit.
PErsonally I'm thrilled about Lybia's new found independance.
And I think it is true Obama has done MUCH MUCH more than any other president to get rid of the "problems" in the Middle East then any president...EVER.
He will be re-elected and I am glad of that.
Sorry Mittens..
Yeah, my money is also on Obama winning. The competition sucks too much. Romney is an idiot.

Under the circumstances Obama is doing okay in the Middle East. It seems he's using a softly softly approach, definitely better than Bush's heavy handed tactics. I just hope he keeps out of Syria and doesn't do anything rash in Iran.
Outta Luck

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#15 Jul 12, 2012
Ditto Dog wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, my money is also on Obama winning. The competition sucks too much. Romney is an idiot.
Under the circumstances Obama is doing okay in the Middle East. It seems he's using a softly softly approach, definitely better than Bush's heavy handed tactics. I just hope he keeps out of Syria and doesn't do anything rash in Iran.
I agree. We have done enough "good" in the middle east. I would like to see gitmo closed, but I understand there may be more reasons to keep it then we are aware of, but still I see Gitmo as our last really embarrassing remnant of the W/Cheney years.
Observer

Jaworzno, Poland

#16 Jul 12, 2012
George wrote:
Hey Observer or other Libyans are you still online on this Forum? I would like to hear from you instead of these conspiracy theorists on how Libya is doing today?
Do you feel the country gained or lost with Ghadaffi gone?
Where do you see the most positive or negative in the new Libya?
Do you hear of a lot of fighting still going on in Libya?
thank you
Semblance of democracy. Select cut your left hand or right is no choice.
There were two options for both sponsored by the West.
&fe ature=player_embedded

No matter what the Libyans to pick from among those who voted.
Fighting is ongoing and extermination of civilians who did not support actual regime. Libya is gone and there is no way to be reunited again. Apparently will exist until west will support the current government that is since the beginning of the war and until the end.

In a country ruled by murderers, criminals, pedophiles, rapists, war criminals, monsters who torture and mass murder of people. On the streets you have people with weapons and still recoiling on actions armored cars,
ongoing terrorism citizens. Libyans are now dustman, paupers.
I'm talking about the usual Libyans not those who murdered their neighbors.
The murderers now have high positions.
Those who could left from Libya. Those who could not have been. Besides them, there are murderers, criminals, bandits. This country exists only in theory and propaganda films.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#17 Jul 12, 2012
George wrote:
Hey Observer or other Libyans are you still online on this Forum? I would like to hear from you instead of these conspiracy theorists on how Libya is doing today?
Do you feel the country gained or lost with Ghadaffi gone?
Where do you see the most positive or negative in the new Libya?
Do you hear of a lot of fighting still going on in Libya?
thank you
You moron, your friends, that were apparently posting from Libya, are busy in Syria now! You forgot it was a Regional "revolution". They have their friends responding from all over Europe: Netherlands, UK, Germany, and elsewhere. You might hear from some in the U.S too. So try to appeal to some other places but Libya, if you want to hear how happy the Libyans are.
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#19 Jul 12, 2012
Observer wrote:
<quoted text>
Semblance of democracy. Select cut your left hand or right is no choice.
There were two options for both sponsored by the West.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Li61GHtu5XAXX&feature=pla yer_embedded
No matter what the Libyans to pick from among those who voted.
Fighting is ongoing and extermination of civilians who did not support actual regime. Libya is gone and there is no way to be reunited again. Apparently will exist until west will support the current government that is since the beginning of the war and until the end.
In a country ruled by murderers, criminals, pedophiles, rapists, war criminals, monsters who torture and mass murder of people. On the streets you have people with weapons and still recoiling on actions armored cars,
ongoing terrorism citizens. Libyans are now dustman, paupers.
I'm talking about the usual Libyans not those who murdered their neighbors.
The murderers now have high positions.
Those who could left from Libya. Those who could not have been. Besides them, there are murderers, criminals, bandits. This country exists only in theory and propaganda films.
Don't think you gave the answer George was hoping for,that should shatter his deluded mind.

Since: Jul 11

Berlin, Germany

#20 Jul 12, 2012
Observer wrote:
<quoted text>
Semblance of democracy. Select cut your left hand or right is no choice.
There were two options for both sponsored by the West.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Li61GHtu5XAXX&feature=pla yer_embedded
No matter what the Libyans to pick from among those who voted.
Fighting is ongoing and extermination of civilians who did not support actual regime. Libya is gone and there is no way to be reunited again. Apparently will exist until west will support the current government that is since the beginning of the war and until the end.
In a country ruled by murderers, criminals, pedophiles, rapists, war criminals, monsters who torture and mass murder of people. On the streets you have people with weapons and still recoiling on actions armored cars,
ongoing terrorism citizens. Libyans are now dustman, paupers.
I'm talking about the usual Libyans not those who murdered their neighbors.
The murderers now have high positions.
Those who could left from Libya. Those who could not have been. Besides them, there are murderers, criminals, bandits. This country exists only in theory and propaganda films.
Sigh... Just some imposter posting under Observer's name.

As for Libyans being dustmen, that's what the revolution was all about, they were sick and tired of being just Gaddhafi's dustmen while he lived it up on their expence and decided to change the rules. I congratulate the free Libyan people on their great success. May Gaddhafi rot in hell like his cadaver is doing right now in the desert somewhere.
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#21 Jul 12, 2012
Ditto Dog wrote:
<quoted text>
Sigh... Just some imposter posting under Observer's name.
As for Libyans being dustmen, that's what the revolution was all about, they were sick and tired of being just Gaddhafi's dustmen while he lived it up on their expence and decided to change the rules. I congratulate the free Libyan people on their great success. May Gaddhafi rot in hell like his cadaver is doing right now in the desert somewhere.
Strange,you salute the head chopping black migrant worker lynching Wahabi bastards in Libya and probably syria but not in afghansistan,very strange.

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