Monday, October 24, 2011

Ambiga, Hillary Clinton and the Gaddafis (Warning - Graphic Content)

Sometimes truths are hard to accept.


"Our final speaker, Ambiga Sreenevasan, has a remarkable record of accomplishment in Malaysia. She has pursued judicial reform and good governance, she has stood up for religious tolerance, and she has been a resolute advocate of women’s equality and their full political participation. She is someone who is not only working in her own country, but whose influence is felt beyond the borders of Malaysia. And it is a great honor to recognize her and invite her to the podium." - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, 2009 International Women of Courage Awards

"I am very pleased to welcome Minister Qadhafi here to the State Department. We deeply value the relationship between the United States and Libya. We have many opportunities to deepen and broaden our cooperation. And I’m very much looking forward to building on this relationship. So, Mr. Minister, welcome so much here." - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Remarks With Libyan National Security Adviser Dr. Mutassim Qadhafi Before Their Meeting

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Dave Avran said...

Wow. What a stark difference between the pictures, and how politicians will say whatever is necessary for the occasion.

So when will we be seeing a graphic picture of Ambiga?

Freddie Kevin said...

Dear Dave,

She already is too graphic. Will she too one day say WOW?

Thanks for dropping by.