Monday, December 19, 2011

The last vehicles in a U.S. Army convoy cross the border from Iraq into Kuwait, on December 18, 2011.
Maya Alleruzzo / Associated Press

IMAGES OF THE DAY, Part 3... First Osama bin Laden, then Moammar Gadhafi, and now Kim Jong-il. Oh, and U.S. soldiers are finally out of Iraq. Foreign policy-wise, 2011 is a good year to be an American and other folks who hate terrorists, renegade North African dictators and reclusive Asian despots who constantly spouted inane rhetoric about attacking North America with nukes despite having an interest in The Godfather, Gone with the Wind and other classic U.S. films. So when will gas prices finally fall to at least 2 dollars a gallon now that dictators are dropping like flies (though I'm well aware the Korean peninsula isn't a location where we're getting our oil supply)? And what’s up with Fidel Castro? He didn’t croak yet, did he? Anyways.

Kim Jong-il (1941-2011).

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