Michelle Bachmann joined the other Republican presidential candidates today in condemning Obama for the killing of Libyan leader Moammar Gaddafi.
"Do you know how hard it is to find good kowtowing dictators?" said Bachmann, echoing the sentiment of Governor Perry of Texas who one day aspires to become a dictator himself.
"I've probably condemned more people to death than Gaddafi has, in a shorter space of time too," said Perry, "but do I get the press that Gaddafi gets? Not on your life!"
Obama, for his part, said the death of Gaddafi would be good for job creation in America.
In a speech today before hundreds of union coal mine workers in West Virginia Obama said more coal could now be exported to Libya, an oil rich country. "Now," said Obama, "you'll be able to work eighteen hour days down in those mines instead of the eight you now work, which should help pay for the massive increase in the cost of your medical insurance. Isn't that great?
In a related story, the 99 percent Occupy Libya Revolutionary Army succeeded in actually killing off the 1 percent.