On the wrong side, again, in Egypt

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    Oh noes, The Washington Post?? LMAO


    We have a President who is continually making MAJOR National Security and foreign policy mistakes.. This is what happens when people elect a glorified community organizer. How much more embarrassment do we have to withstand in having a literal ASSCLOWN as President of the United States?

    On the wrong side, again, in Egypt
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    The WaPo supported the Iraq War. Their opinion is of no value at this time.

    And the Obama WH is actually on no one's side in Egypt. They are supporting the democratic process, not taking an actual side in the conflict.
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    And you know this because.......?
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    ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Bwhahahahahahahahahaahahahahahahahahaha


    From the NY Times : http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/23/opinion/roger-cohen-working-with-the-muslim-brotherhood.html?_r=0


    You Zombies are so stupid it defies logic.


    As Egypt unravels, Team Obama increases support for Muslim Brotherhood | Fox News

    PJ Media » Obama Chides Egypt to Quickly Elect Government, Respect Muslim Brotherhood


    Last link where ODUMBO chides Egyptians at the start of this second revolution to RESPECT THE BROTHERHOOD!!

    As usual , LIBRULS ARE LIARS!!!!!!!!!!!! Cheezy, STFU already.
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    The Egyptian people obviously feel otherwise. The majority of them have decided against Muslim Brotherhood ruling over Egypt and are demanding that the Muslim Brotherhood be kept out of the next elections. I think that is a good idea. Obama supported the Muslim Brotherhood, is helping Hillary Clintons Muslim Brotherhood connected assistant - Abedin and her husband Wiener to win in NY. Abedin's mother is tied to terrorist organization - Muslim brotherhood as are her brothers and her father who is now deceased. Obama was most definitely on the wrong side of this one. AGAIN.

    Will Wiener win? I believe it is impossible he won't. The fix is in. This WH is all in for the MB whether Russia, China, Iran or anyone else doesn't like it - USA is officially backing terrorist organizations over nations these days. What a mess, eh?
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    The Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist organization. NO ONE SHOULD BE RESPECTING THAT SCUM.

    - Jeri
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    Serious question...are you on medication? That is one paranoid rant...
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    Sorry, but Obama isn't to blame for anything that happens in Egypt. Your Americentric view of events there is what's laughable.

    A GOP President would have had a similar lack of control there too, but he probably would have tried to keep Mubarak in power, making the hatred of America among both secular and Islamist Egyptians justified.

    The Right's attempt to attack Obama's successful foreign policy is just a lame attempt at payback for the merciless and successful liberal demolition of the Bush/GOP reputation for competence.
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    Bush was an idiot also, now what??????? LOL You're nothing more than a ZOMBIE.. a rather stoooopid one, but a Zombie no less.
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    What's wrong?? Can't defend your messiah so you attack FACTS? There's proof to everything he said.. its SUCKS doesn't it?
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    A pretty good betting strategy would be to bet on the opposite of whatever this incompetent boob does.
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    libtards spend so much time on their knees, their brains have lost most of their computing power. And they didn't have any to spare in the first place.

    Remember, the very first instance in which the piece of shit in the White House, the Stuttering Clusterfukk Of A Miserable Failure, showed his true colors was shortly after he made his now-forgotten speech tour of the MidEast, talking about democracy and freedom and other things he really doesn't care about. (he only cares about optics)

    Remember, shortly after that, the uprising in Iran after a rigged election? Remember that?

    When young people, and a lot of middle-aged people, throughout Iran thought they had a friend in the Stuttering Clusterfukk and they took to the streets and things like this happened --

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    That girl was named Neda. She died. She was picked out by an Iranian Republican Guard sniper and shot in the street, where people were carrying signs BEGGING the United States for support, because she was female and pretty.

    Know what the gutless, cowardly, chicken shit, scum sucking piece of fucking shit leftist scum elected did about it? Even though he was the indirect cause of it by giving the Iranian people 'hope'?

    Nothing. Not a goddam thing. Zero. Zip. In fact, rather than take action against Iran, he began referring to them like he was some kind of disciple of the Assahollahs over there by calling them the "Islamic Republic of Iran" and making sucking noises for them.

    obama is a scumbag. obama is the direct cause of all the problems in the MidEast we face today.

    The thing is this...... Those people don't know the difference between gutless, cowardly, lying, thieving, dishonest, back-stabbing dimocrap scum and the rest of America.

    To them, obama IS America. All they know is the he's president.

    It will take decades to make this right again. If we ever can.

    obama is the worst president in history. By a WIDE margin.
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    The level of anti-Americanism around the world has decreased markedly, and the no 1 reason is the absence of a Republican as President.

    The GOP's bellicose foreign policy was a disaster for the US and the world. The palpable sense of relief felt globally when Mitt lost was a great moment.

    Things aren't perfect around the world, but they never would be. They could be worse though, and a President McCain or Romney would have seen to that with their aggressive cowboy foreign policy.
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    That you believe those are facts he spews leads me to believe that it's not paranoia after all...it's a cult of some sort.
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    Bwhahahaahahaha LMFAO!!! You're really a tool.. I mean you're completely divorced from reality. Everything you've said is an absolute lie and I've proven it.

    France wants to 'temporarily suspend' trade talks with US over NSA spying
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    Putin Toys With Obama as Syria Burns and Snowden Runs Free - The Daily Beast

    Putin Toys With Obama as Syria Burns and Snowden Runs Free

    You're a useless DOPE.
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    Your lack of specifics on what we should have done tells me everything I need to know. You don't know what should have been done.

    Public support for the Green Movement would have made things worse for them, and led to their delegitimization as a movement. They would have been seen by Iranians as stooges of the West. Thank goodness no GOPer was in the White House, or the Iranian regimes response would have been even bloodier.

    The Green Movement was a Tehran-centric protest. The Islamic Republic has deep, wide support outside of Tehran. Thinking the 2009 protests in Tehran were signs of change would be like saying the 2003 anti-Iraq War protests in NYC and San Fran were a sign that Bush had no chance of victory in 2004.

    We did the right thing and minded our business.
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    Mubarek AND the Egyptian Military BEGGED obama for a one year re-adjustment period.

    Mubarek even offered to step down and name a replacement that everyone could agree on.

    Egypt had never had a free election before. Not in 5,000 years of recorded history so guess what, genius?

    There weren't any opposition parties to step in and take over.

    The only group that had any cohesiveness to it at all was the daddy of al Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood. And no, I'm not kidding -- The MB is the daddy of a LOT of terror groups.

    But the piece of fukking shit in the White House refused to allow Egyptian political parties time to organize. And Morsi won. There was no effective opposition. Morsi won.

    Not only that, but when the piece of fucking shit in the White House made his speech in Cairo earlier called "A New Beginning" in which the piece of fucking shit INSISTED that the Muslim Brotherhood be given TEN FRONT ROW SEATS, that was a signal that the US approved of the MB taking power in Egypt.

    Well, to anybody with an above room temperature IQ. Which excludes most libtards.

    A New Beginning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    That's from Wiki. I'm not wild about Wiki but the only other places you can find comprehenseive coverage of the asshole's fukk-ups is Fox News and the alternative media. Certainly not in the DISGUSTING FILTH of the LSM.

    Like all libtards, they're too busy fellating the Stuttering Clusterfukk to ever look up and see what's going on
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    I don't remember seeming any screaming headlines in our part of the universe over what Morsi and and MB were doing to the Egyptian people.

    Morsi blatantly lied when he said he would form a secular government and not an Islamic theocracy. And he let the MB murder people.

    Here's a great timeline.

    TWO YEARS OF TURMOIL AND TRANSITION: TIMELINE OF EVENTS

    Key events from when the Arab Spring began to the current protests:

    Jan. 25-Feb. 11, 2011 - Egyptians stage nationwide demonstrations against the rule of autocrat Hosni Mubarak, who led the country for nearly three decades.

    The 18-day 'revolution,' launched by secular and leftist youth, draws in a wide spectrum, including the Muslim Brotherhood and other Islamists. Hundreds of protesters are killed as Mubarak and his allies try to crush the uprising.

    Feb. 11 - Mubarak steps down and turns power over to the military. Two days later, the body of top generals, the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, dissolves parliament and suspends the constitution, meeting two key demands of protesters.

    June 16-17 - Egyptians vote in the presidential runoff between Morsi and Shafiq. The generals issue a 'constitutional declaration' giving themselves sweeping authorities and limiting the powers of the next president. Morsi emerges as the victor, with 51.7 percent of the vote.

    June 30 - Morsi takes his formal oath of office before the Supreme Constitutional Court, a day after reading a symbolic oath in Cairo's Tahrir Square, birthplace of the revolution.

    Aug. 12 - In a bold move, Morsi orders the retirement of the top Mubarak-era leadership of the military and cancels the military's last constitutional decree, taking back the powers that the generals gave themselves. The move was seen as way to curb the military's role in political affairs but it also gave Morsi the power to legislate in the absence of parliament.

    Nov. 22 - ****Morsi unilaterally decrees greater authorities for himself, giving his decisions immunity from judicial review and barring the courts from dissolving the constituent assembly and the upper house of parliament. The move came just ahead of court decisions that could have dissolved the bodies. The move sparks days of protests, with clashes between Morsi's supporters and opponents. At one point, some 200,000 people rally in Tahrir Square, with some of the first chants for Morsi to 'leave.'

    Dec. 4 - More than 100,000 protesters march on the presidential palace, demanding the cancellation of the referendum and the writing of a new constitution.

    The next day, Islamists attack a peaceful anti-Morsi sit-in outside the palace, sparking all-out street battles that leave at least 10 dead. Days later, Morsi rescinds his initial decrees, but maintains the date of the referendum.

    Jan. 25, 2013 - Hundreds of thousands hold protests in Tahrir Square and nationwide against Morsi on the 2-year anniversary of the start of the revolt against Mubarak, and clashes erupt in many places.

    Jan. 26 - Residents of the city of Port Said stage protests, angered by a court ruling convicting and sentencing to death a group of local soccer fans for a 2012 stadium riot. Police crack down hard in Port Said, killing more than 40 protesters, and in outrage the city and others nearby go into near revolt. Much of the anger is focused at Morsi, who praised the police for their crackdown.

    Feb.-March - Protests continue in Port Said and other cities for weeks, with dozens more dying in clashes, and some police units around the country go on strike. Brotherhood youth and their opponents fight in the streets outside the group's main Cairo headquarters.

    June 23 - A mob beats to death four Egyptian Shiites in their home in a village on the edge of Cairo. Morsi condemns the attack, but critics blame virulent anti-Shiite rhetoric by his hard-line Islamist allies, fueled by Syria's civil war. A week earlier, Morsi shared a stage with hard-line clerics at a rally, sitting silently as they denounced Shiites as 'filthy.'

    June 30 -- Millions of Egyptians take to the streets in Cairo and other cities calling for Morsi to step down in a massive display of anger and frustration with the Islamist leader. The demonstrations are largely peaceful, although 16 people, half of them in clashes outside the Muslim Brotherhood's Cairo headquarters, are killed in protest-related violence nationwide. Organisers vow to keep up the protests until Morsi resigns.

    July 1 - Demonstrations continue and Egypt's military issues an ultimatum for the two sides to come to a resolution within 48 hours or it will impose its own solution.#

    July 2 - A night of clashes outside Cairo University sees at least 16 people killed, with unofficial sources saying that more than 23 people died.

    July 3 - Egyptian media reports that President Morsi will either be sacked or forced to stand down as the army's deadline for a resolution approaches.

    July 3, 6pm - The head of the Egyptian army, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi declares on national TV that Morsi has been ousted from power, prompting a wave of celebrations across the country.

    July 4 - Judge in Egypt's supreme court, Adly Mansour, sworn in as interim president in Cairo.


    'Morsi is no longer president': Military coup forces out Egyptian leader as tens of thousands celebrate in the streets | Mail Online
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    does giving one side planes and tanks indicate support?
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    Obama sided with Morsi and the MB. Either he is really stupid or he is a closet muslim sympathizer who wants radical islam to control the mid east.

    there is no other explanation
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