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Dear Obama: Please Stop the Airstrikes, Love -Gadhafi ... PS: Good Luck in 2012!

The letter actually begins: "Our dear son, Excellency, Baraka Hussein Abu oumama, your intervention...."

Former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi

Via Business Insider comes news of a rambling three-page missive that Libya's crazy-man Moammar Gadhafi sent off to President Barack Obama yesterday:

In the letter, sent Wednesday, Gadhafi says his country had been hurt more morally than physically by the NATO campaign and that a democratic society could not be built through missiles and aircraft. He also repeated his claim that his foes are members of al-Qaida.

Gadhafi addresses Obama as "our son" in the letter and says he hopes Obama will win re-election in 2012.

But wait. There's more:

"Our dear son, Excellency, Baraka Hussein Abu oumama, your intervention is the name of the U.S.A. is a must, so that Nato (NATO) would withdraw finally from the Libyan affair," Gadhafi wrote. "Libya should be left to Libyans within the African union frame."

Gadhafi said his country had already been unfairly subjected to "a direct military armed aggression" ordered by then-President Ronald Reagan, who famously called the leader the "Mad Dog of the Middle East," in 1986, as well as earlier rounds of U.S. and international sanctions.

Although he listed a litany of complaints, Gadhafi said he bears no ill will toward Obama.

"We have been hurt more morally (than) physically because of what had happened against us in both deeds and words by you," he wrote. "Despite all this you will always remain our son whatever happened. We still pray that you continue to be president of the U.S.A. We Endeavour and hope that you will gain victory in the new election campaigne."

The letter, dated for April 5, 2011, is signed  "Mu'aumer Qaddaffi, Leader of the Revolution."

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