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10/20/2011

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FletchT

This is very smart and probably spot on.

Facemark

I think it's already started!

David Kenner

*like*

Cybrestrike

Just saw John Bolton on Fox News already on it about #1 on this list. They start fast, don't they?

rightLight

by best: the one by Politico!

Justjohn

(Applause!)

Hugh Mannity

Don't forget the Murdoch/tabloid "My life as Ghaddafi's sex-slave bodyguard" piece.

There's gotta be at least one piece demonising him as having some sort of sexual kink or sadistic behaviour.

Byron

Don't forget the twin articles on why it's ok and not ok to cheer the death of a mass murderer.

Michael Ball

Well, National Journal's already up with a version of No. 9: Libya victory holds little political promise for Obama

Barrett Brown

This is the best thing that will be written about it.

John Garland

Sad when the future of "free journalism" is so predictable as to become a satire of itself.

Mark

11. Cheney: Gadhafi's Death Proves Wisdom of Bush Administration (Fox News)

12. Caroline Glick: Gadhafi's Death Undermines U.S. Policy in Iran; Weakens Judea, Samaria (Jerusalem Post)

13. Libyans Kill Gadhafi Despite Obama's Pleas for Friend's Life (World Net Daily)

14. Gadhafi's Death Shows Obama Backs Use of Death Squads, Paul Says (Reason Mag, Matt Lewis)

15. Gadhafi's Death, Pfft! Ahmadinejad, Hamas Still Terrorize Jerusalem (Commentary, John P. Normanson)

King Kaufman

Gadhafi may have stopped breathing, but that doesn't mean he's dead (Slate)

Aaron Veenstra

Needs more different spellings of his name.

Bloix

The Hudson Institute is all over this:

Qaddafi's Death No Western Triumph:

"The dallying and confusion of the Western response will be remembered just as much as the fact of Qaddafi's demise."

fuster

Mark, those were every bit as good as Spencer's....and Spencer's were damn good.

fuster

Rolling Stone-----He's hot, he's sexy and he's dead ...again

Mark

*****NOTE: IF I SENT THIS TWICE...PLEASE KILL THIS VERSION....THANK YOU...and GREAT BLOG POST to get the ball rolling!


16. Gadhafi's Death Shows Triumph of Deregulation in the Free Market, McArdle Says (The Atlantic)

17. Brooks: Ivy League Sociologists Find Shared American Values in Gadhafi's Death (New York Times)

18. Solyndra Bosses Almost Had Financing From Libya ... Developing (Drudge)

19. Only Global Warming Alarmists Can Stop Flow of Libyan Oil Into World Market (Will, Washington Post)

20. The Life and Times of Gadhafi ... With Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, Bret Stephens of The Wall Street Journal, Ethan Bronner of The New York Times, Al Hunt of Bloomberg News, Leon Wieseltier of The New Republic, Martin Indyk of The Brookings Institution, Dr. Richard Haass of The Council on Foreign Relations, Lally Weymouth of Newsweek, and Rashid Khalidi, who is the Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University. (PBS/Bloomberg)

Mark

Here's five more:

16. Gadhafi's Death Shows Triumph of Deregulation in the Free Market, McArdle Says (The Atlantic)

17. Brooks: Ivy League Sociologists Find Shared American Values in Gadhafi's Death (New York Times)

18. Solyndra Bosses Almost Had Financing From Libya ... Developing (Drudge)

19. Only Global Warming Alarmists Can Stop Flow of Libyan Oil Into World Market (Will, Washington Post)

20. The Life and Times of Gadhafi ... With Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, Bret Stephens of The Wall Street Journal, Ethan Bronner of The New York Times, Al Hunt of Bloomberg News, Leon Wieseltier of The New Republic, Martin Indyk of The Brookings Institution, Dr. Richard Haass of The Council on Foreign Relations, Lally Weymouth of Newsweek, and Rashid Khalidi, who is the Edward Said Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University. (PBS/Bloomberg)

ea

"..getting rid of Gaddafi is likely to be the EASY part in Libya's hopeful transition to a better, more democratic future."

DailyKo's by Kos

This one's a real article.

Greg A

On cnn.com this morning, an op-ed by David Gergen "Obama won't get much bounce." It's not quite politico, but I'll award partial credit.

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