Thursday, February 24, 2011

What the Leaders Are Saying, While Doing Nothing

Is it just me or does anyone else ever wonder what the point of being a super-power is when alone, or collectively with other super powers you can do nothing, or you choose to do nothing?

What good is saying the bloodshed and violence in Libya is outrageous and unacceptable, and it must be stopped -- while they do nothing to stop it -- and while we watch more and more get murdered on television?

Yes, I know that moving aggressively could backfire -- and I'm not suggesting that the U.S. attack Libya's regime. I am just pointing out how useless superpowers have really become in their ability to squash dictators who openly are willing to kill their subjects.

Or take the Somalian pirates for example -- young teenagers that hold the world and especially the merchant trade industry hostile. And no one can stop them. Why is that? How did we ever get to be so screwed up?  And how will we ever get out of this mess?

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RealClearPolitics - Video - Obama: Bloodshed In Libya Is "Outrageous And Unacceptable"



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