Pardon me if I don’t raise my glass to the U.S.-supported rebels who’ve ousted Muammar Gaddafi. Quite aside from the unconstitutionality of a U.S. president committing American military forces to a foreign conflict without Congressional approval, history tells us that the aftermath of a brutal dictatorship isn’t all unicorns and rainbows. Factions jostle for power with lawless brutality and . . . that’s about it. According to guardian.co.uk, the Libyan “rebel” above is emerging from Gaddafi’s redoubt with a “golden gun.” For me, nothing symbolizes criminality more than the bilious ballistic baubles favored by narco-terrorists and despots. And nothing better captures the spirit of “rebel fighters” than an image of one looting a golden rifle. Still, it looks better in his hands than the man who took down a 747 carrying hundreds of innocent civilians. Lest we forget.