Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi's 96-minute speech at the United Nations General Assembly Wednesday has been called "rambling," "long" and "incoherent". He's mocked and reviled in the United States, but his speech was met with some applause at the UN. Are any of his arguments worthwhile, or were they all just hogwash?
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