Rick Perry's campaign just released the following statement on Libya from the Texas governor:
"The crumbling of Muammar Ghadafi’s reign, a violent, repressive dictatorship with a history of terrorism, is cause for cautious celebration.
"The lasting impact of events in Libya will depend on ensuring rebel factions form a unified, civil government that guarantees personal freedoms, and builds a new relationship with the West where we are allies instead of adversaries."
It would seem that Perry's reasoning for a "cautious celebration"--considering he describes the Libyan regime as "a violent, repressive dictatorship"--is that events in Libya are still unfolding. Indeed, no one even seems to really know where Qaddafi is right now.