March 2nd, 2011
11:54 PM ET
soundoff (6 Responses)
  1. Malik Kamel

    Thank you Mr Anderson..You are a great man.

    March 3, 2011 at 9:21 pm |
  2. Dickson Gray

    It is very obvious that Libyan Government want to use there kindness towards other countries in Africa that was affected by war,to cover up the truth about how they are acting or treating their own citizens unfairly, what kind of government is that? Secondly,Libyan Leader think he can mislead the world by given false intention speech to the press, because he think he know he progress a skill in convincing people to believe what is is saying. Another thing you have to look at is that if this man actually have love for Libya, he should have step down and let another citizen with the same right rule.But it seem like he have no love or passion for his own people.

    March 3, 2011 at 2:50 am |
  3. Mona

    I hope u did not believe what the Libyan spokesman said he is just a liar like his boss.

    March 3, 2011 at 1:37 am |
  4. Tarek

    As a libyan i would like to thank Mr.Amderson and this great lady whom i am willing to kiss her feet for the courage she has knowing the fact if gadfi knows her she will be not shot but something worse that is a fact about our goverment only libyans knows it.
    but inshallah we will be free and democratic and live soon

    March 3, 2011 at 12:50 am |
  5. Margaret

    Listening to Mr. Sayer's and Cyrus' comments about wanting to continue to work with the Gadhafi government....I wonder if either of them ever educated themselves about who they were working for? They made it out after "a lot of shoving and kicking" through the crowd to the ticket counter at the airport....this comment helps me to understand why they were happy to work for Ghadafi....all three are likely cut from the same cloth.

    March 3, 2011 at 12:34 am |
  6. Marlene

    With all that is happening all over the world today I have to ask, Why is the US so involved in what's happening in other countries and sending our men to these countries to end up being killed. How many US lives do we have to give to these corrupt countries? Who would be there to help us if we needed it? I think we should let these crazy people fight it out on their own and we need to consentrate more on what's happening in our own back yard.Things like the homeless and hungary right here in our own country and educating the uneducated because the teachers aren't getting the pay they deserve. Quit buying oil from these other countries when we have plenty of oil in these United States to keep us supplied longer than our lifetimes. Build more refineries and supply more jobs for our jobless instead of spending all that money with other countries that wouldn't give us the time of day if the US was having the crisis that these other countries are having today. It's coming to another war that the US shouldn't be involved in. Let them fight their own battles. We'll have to if it ever came down to it,with no foreigners backing us up.

    March 3, 2011 at 12:26 am |