March 11th, 2011
12:01 AM ET
soundoff (8 Responses)
  1. audrey papke

    This is genocide.

    This is a monopoly of power.

    March 11, 2011 at 9:02 pm |
  2. audrey papke

    This isn't a civil war. Error.

    This is something else entirely.

    This is a peaceful protest that lead to the murder of peaceful protesters.

    This is not a civil war. Both sides do not have weapons. Not weapons of any parity.

    These are a people who can't say anything freely – without being killed by their dictator.

    March 11, 2011 at 9:01 pm |
  3. Tihomir Kukolja

    You are doing an amazing broadcasting work. What happened in Japan yesterday/today is a great tragedy, but do not let Libya get into the margins now. Keep on with your aggressive and truthful reporting and unmasking the Gaddafi’s crimes. Gaddafi knows that all the media will be now focusing on Japan, and will try to take advantage of tragic circumstances by intensifying his violence and assaults against the Libyan people. As much as it is in your power keep on prioritizing on Libya. Thanks

    March 11, 2011 at 8:49 pm |
  4. Janet Miller

    NO MORE! We can't bail out the world. Where are the other Arab countries? Let them keep the peace over in the Middle East. We need too many things here at home. STAY OUT OF IT!!!

    March 11, 2011 at 7:23 pm |
  5. Joan

    Our Libya policy is consistent with US oil interests. Rather than ideals verses military tactics, a tepid response shows its about oil as it was in Iraq.

    A crazed dictator slaughtering his people will bring stability? We see youth in Libya allowed to be massacred and we need Congressional hearings to find out why young American Muslims can be radicalized?

    March 11, 2011 at 11:59 am |
  6. jason

    I think the people of the world watching the events in lybia believe its time for the United Nations to step in and stop the slaughtering of innocent people. A No-Fly Zone may help, but the battle is on the ground and the UN needs to agree on taking action now. Gadhafi will kill everyone against him and nobody in Lybia can stop him, they have nothing to fight back with. Like it or not, its time to end his reign of terror before this spills over to other countries that are already imploading with their own problems. This evil dictator should have been dealt with back in the 80s with we had problems with him then. Seems like a trend of letting these evil men off the first time and continue to do horrible things until the world decides its time to step in and finally save lives when its almost to late. I agree its not up to the United States to step in, but it is a United Nations issue. The rest of the world needs to quit looking to us for the answers to all the problems and actually unite together with us to stop these things, insead of expecting us to police the world. we have our own problems here at home to worry about. The United Nations is a great thing, but the responsabilites of the worlds problems isnt evenly spread around like it needs to be, i could be way completly wrong, but it seems to be what always happens. I feel for the people in lybia and the Middle East and hope some day there can be some kind of peace, even if its a little.

    March 11, 2011 at 12:46 am |
  7. katherine manning

    It's amazes me that call Libya a"civil war".
    Take away Gadhafi's 3000 to 5000 mercenaries that he is paying $1000 a day and we might have an "uprising"

    March 11, 2011 at 12:31 am |
  8. Roger Woodruff

    I think that Obama would be a national hero if our military would attack in force. Every American with a heart knows it's the right thing to do.

    March 11, 2011 at 12:20 am |