Bumbling… fumbling…. idiotic…. incompetent… completely unable to bring to bear the considerable power of the presidency.
How’s that “win the future” hook working’ for ya, America?
What we’re seeing in Cairo and Washington D.C. is an America-hating president, so out of his depth and so willing to embrace radical Islam, selling Egypt, and Israel down the river.
JERUSALEM — The Egyptian government has information a diplomat at the U.S. embassy in Cairo secretly met yesterday with a senior leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, the nation’s major Islamist opposition group, WND has learned.
The topic of the meeting was the future of Egypt following the “fall” of President Hosni Mubarak, an Egyptian intelligence official told WND.
Cairo is charging that the Obama administration has been encouraging the protests rocking Egypt and targeting the rule of Mubarak, a key U.S. ally in the Middle East.
So let’s get this straight… America backs regime change to hand over our major Arab ally to the Muslim Brotherhood?
Is this new?
(June 2, 2009) — Al-Arabiya has just reported that, under pressure from the United States, the Secretariat-General of the lower house of the Egyptian Parliament invited ten members of the Muslim Brotherhood parliamentary bloc to attend Barack Obama’s speech in Cairo on Thursday.
Where’s our own Muslim in all this?
Why hasn’t he used his amazing powers of speech and persuasion to stop them from blowing up grade schools, stoning women and cutting off infidels’ heads?
The former worst president in history, Jimmy Carter, gave us an Iran controlled by the the Ayatollah Khomeini after demanding the Shah of Iran step down.
Obama will give us an Egypt run by the Muslim Brotherhood, and will therein complete the major goal of Carter’s second term.
In the end, all that really matters when it come to unsheathing blades, America will not let Israel be destroyed, lest we lose the entire Middle East, and we will pay in blood.
(ABC News)- Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned of the dangers of an Iranian-style regime led by Islamic extremists taking over in Egypt.
Mr Netanyahu was speaking at a joint news conference in Jerusalem with visiting German chancellor Angela Merkel. He said he was being briefed on developments in Egypt every 30 minutes.
He said in a time of chaos an organised Islamic group could take over as had happened in Iran and other places.
He said it was not extremists who had provoked instability in Tunisia or Egypt, but there was a fear they could exploit the political vacuum left behind.
Mr Netanyahu has ordered his ministers not to make any remarks on what is happening in Egypt, which is Israel’s closest regional ally, saying that Israel’s aim was focused on maintaining stability and security in the region.