Can't Argue With American Policy Now, Qaddafi's Dead and the Results Speak for Themselves | "Asian Spring" |
The news of Libyan strongman Muammar Qaddafi's death is good news for America -- whether you're a Republican or a Democrat. And it's also a vindication for Obama and his policy in the Middle East.


For President Obama, after the death of Bin Laden, Al-Awlaki and now, indirectly, Qaddafi, he's left with a terrific narrative in terms of making the case that Democrats aren't weak on national security and that he has pursued a number of President Bush's policies in terms of being aggressive. This has been in service to America's national interest and the best outcomes for every American.If you look at the president's use of drones, for example, he decision to keep using Guantanamo Bay to house detainees, these are things that have absolutely antagonized the left in this country.

But if you're looking at results, you can't argue with the results. A man who was America's enemy, who was a destabilizing force in the Middle East and a supporter of anti-American forces has been removed from the stage.