Reagan’s Legacy Of The Sands

He Kept Us Safe!

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One of George W. Bush’s most exciting legacies is the deal de-nuking Libya, bringing Ronald Reagan’s “Mad Dog of the Middle East” into our family of nations. Now we are learning just how friendly our man in Tripoli became.

From the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya comes word of the prison death of al-Qaeda suspect Ibn al-Sheikh al-Libi.

  Al Libi was arrested in Pakistan, tortured by the United States and our partners in peace, Egypt, and dumped on our new revolutionary guide friend.  Despite Bush administration hopes, al Libi would not claim ties between Iraq and al-Qaeda except under torture, so we hid him away in freedom’s new frontier.

Dead Man To Tell No Tales           
Libya says he was a suicide, although Human Rights Watch reports Al Libi seemed healthy if huffy when encountered recently, asking “Where were you when I was being tortured in American jails.”

Making A List, Not Checking For Nice

We’re working on that too, as our gallant Libyan allies are making visitations to fellow countrymen at Guantanamo.


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