Remember when the internet spurred the revolutions in Libya and Egypt, leading to "the people" deposing their evil dictators? And how the U.S. helped with airstrikes and weapons? Quite a glowing story. Now, the rest of the story...Al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood moved in to fill the the power vacuum, and both countries, in my estimation, are maybe a year or two away from being new Irans, being run by hard line anti-west Muslims, clerics and Imams. Women...start getting fitted for your lovely head-to-toe burkas, cancel your college courses and throw away your drivers' licenses. You won't need them or be able to use them anymore. America continues to be in bed with the middle east because of our addiction to oil, so we must continue to be concerned about any unrest in the countries located over our fuel storage containers. And get ready for further limits to free speech in the U.S....a jewish film maker in California made an anti-Muslim movie and put it on the internet, which can also be seen in Arab countries, which promptly spurred riots in Egypt and Libya. The U.S. Ambassador to Libya and 2 others were murdered by protesters, and it won't be long until embassies in those countries as well as Yemen are torched. I did not notice any Muslims in Willmar, Minnesota or America protesting because of this tasteless movie. As a Catholic and Christian, my religion is constantly insulted and denigrated, yet I've yet to see riots and murders because of it. Some say the riots in Libya and Egypt were prompted by backers of Hosni Mubarek and Moammar Ghaddafi, hoping to goad America into some wide scale retaliation, and to President Obama's credit, it hasn't happened. I still say the best revenge is to get to the point where we no longer have to purchase oil from these backward countries and only have to see pictures of Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Libya on charming travel shows showing pyramids, bedouins in tents and on camels, instead of seeing billionaire oil-shieks driving Bentleys and women kept on (figurative) leashes.