Algeria's state news agency reports members of ousted Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi's family have entered Algeria. It did not immediately provide additional details or say whether Qaddafi himself was with the family.
Rekar Ghafur The fight is between terrorists and revolutionaries , you know The Us is always fighting terrorists and in this battle USA is supporting Revolutionaries in the name of NATO
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Michael Gronemeyer Qadddafi makes a run for it to Algeria, thinking that he and his family can get political asylum, but at the same time, the Algerians don't even want their asses in the first place, so in either case, Qaddafi's family is totally doomed! If the rebel fighters don't get them, the Algerians will! They don't want to be caught up in the middle of Qaddafi's stupid war!
"I don't know how much God has to do to get the attention of the politicians," Bachmann said at a rally "We've had an earthquake; we've had a hurricane. He said, 'Are you going to start listening to me here?' Listen to the American people because the American people are roaring right now.They know government is on a morbid obesity diet and we've got to rein in the spending."(via Political Hotsheet)
Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry continued his attack on Social Security over the weekend, calling it a "Ponzi scheme" and a "monstrous lie" to younger Americans who should not expect to get back their contributions upon retirement. (via Political Hotsheet)
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