Folks, the following video was hand delivered to the Tundra Tabloids by Vlad, it’s a real keeper. The million dollar line comes when the CNN interviewer asks about the rebels and how the Western coalition can/should be interacting with them.
Former CIA agent, Bob Baer:
“The people are hard to control, like the Muslim Brothers, they are fighting according to the Koran, and you don’t give them orders and they don’t follow them.”
The Tundra Tabloids reported earlier that Obama and the EU were suckered by the Arab League into getting involved, but there are other considerations to mull over. Obama sees that the path to the White House is through Tripoli, but by the looks of things, it’s going to be his Waterloo.
Oh, and by the way, the rag tag bunch of jihadi “rebels” fighting the Gadaffi regime numbers around a thousand. H/T Weasel Zippers, who asks: This is who we hitched our wagon to?
(CNN) — During “In the Arena,” Jon Lee Anderson, staff writer for The New Yorker reporting from Benghazi, Libya, tells Eliot Spitzer that the number of opposition fighters on the front lines are fewer than anyone would think and that they are poorly armed and badly trained. Anderson says, “Effective number of fighting men, well under 1,000. Actual soldiers, who are now in the fight, possibly in the very low hundreds on the opposition side.”