September 23, 2009

Moammar Gaddafi loves Barack Obama, Rush rants about a rant, etc. etc.

I'm looking for a full text of the rambling remarks of the Libyan lunatic, whom I watched on TV with the sound off as I lay here on the sofa, post-toe-op, waiting for Sister Morphine to come around again and whom I read about in this comment from Chip Ahoy (in the Black Wasp Café):
Muammar Gaddafi with his jet-black hair + black brimless flat-top hat = droopy Mickey Mouse ears.

I used to have Mickey Mouse ears. Also had a devil Halloween costume with a pointy red tail that I used for pajamas when Halloween was over. I used to run around the house with both the mouse ears and the devil tail pants until the tail fell off the pants and the ensemble was ruined.

That's what Gaddafi reminds me of.


This WaPo report will have to do for now:
[W]hen it came to America's 44th president, Gaddafi offered only warm words, calling him "our son" and "our Obama," and saying, "The election of Obama is the beginning of change."...
Oh, there's almost no text in that article. I want the words of the Moammar Mouse. Dammit. I'm going to have to resort to the Rush Limbaugh show transcript (which I listened to on the podcast this afternoon as I drowsed on my Limbesque drugs):
KHADAFY:  This is an historic event. One day the black doesn't go where the whites go and cannot be in a bus where the whites is, now the American people, the black African Kenyan voted for him and made him a president, this is a great thing. We're proud of that. You are the beginning of a change. He did go for a change but as far as I'm concerned Obama is a glimpse in the dark for the four years or the next eight years and I'm afraid that we may go back to square one. How can you guarantee America after Obama? Can you guarantee after Obama how America will be governed? No one can guarantee America. We are content and happy if Obama can stay forever as a President of America.

RUSH:  Now, what are we supposed to do here as American citizens?  Here is this lunatic who openly applauded the return of the Lockerbie bomber, had his own son escort the bomber back from the UK, gets off the plane out there in Libya, through a cheering throng, this lunatic shows up today, makes a speech, "We love Barack Obama, and we want Barack Obama to be president forever. If he can't be president forever it's back to square one." He's talking about our president....

RUSH: Folks, now, don't forget, I'm holding here in my formerly nicotine-stained fingers, it's actually a YouTube video, we got a transcript of it here, of June 11, 2008, and in it Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy says that Obama suffers an inferiority complex that might make him behave whiter than the white.  And the inferiority complex that he suffers is that he's really a Muslim but he can't admit it.  So Khadafy, you know, right out of the Star Wars bar scene today up there making a speech, "We love Obama, president forever, black man in Africa, our son." Now, you gotta keep in mind that Khadafy keeps calling him our son, Kenyan, Khadafy says he's a Muslim.  Now, I'm wondering, did the Obama administration go to Khadafy today and say, "Look, do not celebrate Obama, it is not going to be helpful, Moammar, if you go out there and celebrate Obama."  Just like they told him, "Look, the deal is, we're going to release the Lockerbie bomber, but you don't have a celebration for the guy," and they did do that, and Khadafy flipped 'em off.

Maybe the Obama administration did go to him and say, "Look, Moammar, we love you, man, but you can't start praising Obama. You can't start praising him because it's not going to help us."  Maybe they did it and he just didn't listen to them like he ignored them on the Lockerbie thing.  If I'd gone to the United Nations and made a speech and I've got Moammar Khadafy following me praising it, I'd really question myself.  I would ask if somebody injected me with some mind altering poison.  It doesn't seem to bother these guys.
Ranting about a rant.  That makes sense. On drugs.

23 comments:

The Drill SGT said...

yeah, my thought when I saw him talking was, "just what the O needs is huggies from a Mad Muslim." :)

Irene said...

"I want the words of the Moammar Mouse."

Thank you! My keyboard needed cleaning!!

chuck b. said...

Sister Morphine, eh? Sounds like someone's visiting with Sister Morphine and it's not Althouse. Or Rush.

Or Chip.

Meade said...

Far be it from me to suggest creative ideas to Chip...

Angst said...

Maybe not Sister Morphine, but still a Cure For Pain.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=985JGeGq_tc

daubiere said...

did ooooogoh chavez give bambi any books this time? i bet he handed him a few chomskys and howard zinn and obama was like "sorry oooogoh, had em since I was 12 and memorized 'em"

Revenant said...

Given Libya's shaky position on the global stage, kissing the US President's butt a little isn't unexpected.

edutcher said...

Regarding the Sister Morphine line, "...as I lay here on the sofa, post-toe-op, waiting for Sister Morphine to come around again".

That's very DeQuincey, Ann (or is it Poe?). Very nice, I like the imagery - although I'll leave the one of you in a devil outfit to the imagination.

WV "sharehab" What Meade is doing tonight.

Beth said...

Now, what are we supposed to do here as American citizens?

Nothing. It has nothing to do with us, or with Obama.

traditionalguy said...

Rant to Khadaffi: Unbridaled men and women can out fight your poor mind controlled suicide victims all day long. So keep marrying 4 wives, and keep controlling your slaves with the Sheiks' power over oil wealth, and you will find that free American men will volunteer to fight and never surrender as soon as Your fifth column Son Hussein Obama has been discarded in 2012 and SaraCuda leads us into battle.Your occult religion's power will fail in a buckhead second as soon as Obama's reign over us has ended.

Jason (the commenter) said...

I thought the point of the speech was to take up so much time that Gordon Brown wouldn't get a chance to be on television.

Revenant said...

"Now, what are we supposed to do here as American citizens?"

Nothing. It has nothing to do with us, or with Obama.

Eh, I say we bomb him a little more anyway, just in case. :)

John Lynch said...

Gaddafy would be a comic figure, except for the Libyan people he oppresses.

It's like North Korea there.

miller said...

"Who's Gordon Brown?" - President Zero

William said...

Daffy has not aged well. When he was younger, he looked like the mysterious other, like someone who lived with such different values that they were beyond our ability to judge. Now he just looks vain and foolish to the point of dementia. I don't suppose there's anyone in the kingdom who can tell him to tone down the dye job a shade or two. There's a measure of relief in reflecting that this man has forsaken the pursuit of nuclear weapons.....

c3 said...

I want to know where he shops for his clothes

Dust Bunny Queen said...

We are content and happy if Obama can stay forever as a President of America

I sorta think that is Obama's vision as well.

As to Kadaffi. What's up with that disgusting black caterpillar he is keeping under his lower lip. If it wasn't illegal for Muslims to drink, I would swear he looks worse than the winos that used to plague us at the First and Market St. bus stop.

Methadras said...

This entire gathering of world leaders was comedy gold. GOLD I TELL YOU!!!

Hoosier Daddy said...

Can we finally acknowledge that this institution no longer serves any practical purpose and get rid of it?

Thank you.

SGT Ted said...

The UN looks like the bar scene in Star Wars.

Hoosier Daddy said...

The UN looks like the bar scene in Star Wars.

Well as a Star Wars fan I think that's a low blow.

Then again Gaddafi does look kind of like Greedo.

Henry said...

The New York Times including the "Obama forever" quote.

They also have a very dry, very funny article by Joseph Berger about Qaddafi's search for a place to pitch his tent. Here's a sampling:

Dick D. Zigun, the unofficial mayor of Coney Island and impresario of its sideshow and museum, pointed out that the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus put up its tent this summer along the beach and took it down around Labor Day.

“Without question, Qaddafi is a circus,” he said.

....

“Since Coney Island needs attention and needs development and since we’re circus-friendly, I for one would welcome him here,” Mr. Zigun said. “Politics aside, it would bring tourists to Coney Island and that’s what we need.”

Ron said...

Geez, now Dylan is speaking at the UN! Oh...