Sarah Palin To Hannity: The Left Is Being Hypocritical When It Comes To Gaddafi
Fox News’ Sean Hannity brought former Alaska governor Sarah Palin onto his show to weigh in on the death of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and to speculate on what the future may hold for the Libyan people.
Palin cautioned that Americans need to be cognizant of what sort of group or government will oversee Libya post-Gaddafi because, while she’s glad that “this tyrant” is finally gone, there is a chance that “Islamists” or tribal warfare will create further “unrest, chaos and oppression.”
Hey, let me add something, though, to this Gaddafi regime change now discussion. And that is, it strikes me as quite ironic, Sean, that those on the left had been so dismissive of Ronald Reagan’s 1986 strikes against Gaddafi and calling it a criminal act and these are the same people now, today, celebrating Obama’s participation in NATO’s leadership with the air strikes that has lead to the demise of Gaddafi. The inconsistencies there with foreign policy support and actions that our military and our participation with NATO and what the White House does, the inconsistencies and the hypocrisy that comes from the left never ceases to amaze.
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