Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Asking the Right Questions

Sometimes it's just a matter of asking the right questions. In a recent article, Bill O'Reilly asked Ron Paul the following question about American foreign policy as it relates to the intervention in Libya:

"Would you be comfortable, congressman, watching thousands of human beings being slaughtered by a terrorist dictator when you know that your country had the power to prevent it?"

Derek Sheriff, a good friend to and supporter of The Humble Libertarian, has some better questions to ask right back to Bill O'Reilly, like:

1. Were you comfortable when $470 million in weapons were sold to terrorist dictator Gadhafi's military in 2009 by our European allies? How about the $46 million in U.S. "defense" sales approved by the Bush administration in 2008? Or the $41 million the year before that?

Visit Derek's blog to read the rest of his questions.


Wes Messamore,
Editor in Chief, THL
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