Apparently President Obama can do no wrong in the eyes of Libyan leader Moamar Gadhafi. Despite initiating the no-fly zone in Libya, the embattled leader sent a rambling letter Wednesday to the president. He asked Obama to call off the NATO air strikes.
Gadhafi told Obama that he is “ a man who has enough courage to annul a wrong and mistaken action,” according to the three page letter strewn with grammatical errors. Oddly enough, he called the president the “son” of the Libya and wished him luck on a re-election.
Most experts agree, with the numerous problems on Obama’s plate, an endorsement from Gadhafi is last thing he needs.