Ronald Reagan saw this coming, and Barack Obama is making his prediction come true.
Moammar Gaddafi got what was coming to him. Of course, the concern now is the jihadist and al-Qaeda elements that are positioned to replace him. Years ago, Ronald Reagan called Gaddafi the "mad dog of the Middle East" and said that his goal was a worldwide "Muslim fundamentalist revolution."
Many others besides Gaddafi shared that goal, including those who opposed him, and with Gaddafi's death, that goal is closer than ever to being realized. Here we are, thirty years after Reagan made these remarks, in the throes of a worldwide Muslim fundamentalist revolution.
Reagan said that those who wanted this "Muslim fundamentalist revolution" were enemies of the United States -- for them it was "like climbing Mount Everest, because we are here." And in a sense, that is exactly the reason why. I don't know if Reagan ever read the Qur'an, but his remark indicates that he knew the larger reason why they were targeting the kafir, the great infidel nation. It was "because we are here" -- i.e., because we constitute the foremost obstacle to the overriding goal of Islam: we stand in the way of a world living under Islamic law.READ MORE...