Colin Quinn didn't mean what he said about Gadhafi
October 20th, 2011
06:10 PM ET

Colin Quinn didn't mean what he said about Gadhafi

Comedian and actor Colin Quinn may have meant for his tweets about Gadhafi's death to be taken as jokes, but it doesn't seem like many were laughing.

The former "Saturday Night Live" star tweeted following news of the Libyan dictator's death, "Another great innovator who started in the 80's and regained popularity recently has died. Say hello to Mr. Jobs, Mr. Khaddafi."

He continued, "I know one thing, when it all boils down to it, I think we all agree, he did more good than bad, and that's all any of us can expect. He made people smile and that's something not most people in Libya can say. To me it's all about longevity and this man lasted. Like Tony Bennett."

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