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ERASER
06-24-2012, 10:00
http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2012/06/24/Egypts-New-President-Our-Capital-Shall-Be-Jerusalem-Allah-Willing

It looks like last year's "Arab Spring" that the Obama administration was so giddy about is now turning into an "Arab Summer".....though not as the administration had hoped.



At least they aren't evil Republicans who "wage war on women":

http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/06/24/222413.html

JFrame
06-24-2012, 10:09
Thank goodness Egypt is a largely secular, highly educated, and Westernized nation...


:upeyes:


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snerd
06-24-2012, 10:14
We may never fully recover from the 4 years of ineptitude and downright thuggery of this current administration. Never vetted and completely unprepared for the job. Every single one of them. All Harvard academics that were career students and politically correct subversives. God help us all.

Ruble Noon
06-24-2012, 10:15
http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2012/06/24/Egypts-New-President-Our-Capital-Shall-Be-Jerusalem-Allah-Willing

It looks like last year's "Arab Spring" that the Obama administration was so giddy about is now turning into an "Arab Summer".....though not as the administration had hoped.



At least they aren't evil Republicans who "wage war on women":

http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/06/24/222413.html

Are you sure about that?

MZBKA
06-24-2012, 10:29
Egypt elects an islamist.

Obama's fault.

You have officially reached the level of idiocy of those who blamed Bush for everything.

When the uprising started in Egypt, there wasn't a single person here who could suggest a course of action for the US.

kirgi08
06-24-2012, 10:53
Poor choice.'08

aircarver
06-24-2012, 10:56
Egypt needs to quit getting 'do-overs' when they lose wars to Israel ....... :upeyes:

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hogfish
06-24-2012, 11:14
http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2012/06/24/Egypts-New-President-Our-Capital-Shall-Be-Jerusalem-Allah-Willing

It looks like last year's "Arab Spring" that the Obama administration was so giddy about is now turning into an "Arab Summer".....though not as the administration had hoped.



At least they aren't evil Republicans who "wage war on women":

http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/06/24/222413.html

A bunch of liberals, they are. :eyebrow:

Cavalry Doc
06-24-2012, 12:21
Thank goodness Egypt is a largely secular, highly educated, and Westernized nation...


:upeyes:


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Or it's too bad...... depends on how it ends.

http://blog.markloiseau.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/MIRV-reentry-2.jpg

JFrame
06-24-2012, 12:59
Or it's too bad...... depends on how it ends.

http://blog.markloiseau.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/MIRV-reentry-2.jpg

Well, yeah -- there is that...


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countrygun
06-24-2012, 13:04
Egypt needs to quit getting 'do-overs' when they lose wars to Israel ....... :upeyes:

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Small wonder Israel is eyeing action in Iran. The longer they wait, the worse it will be. I just hope we don't still have the wanna-be goat herder in the White House when it happens

Ruble Noon
06-24-2012, 13:18
Egypt elects an islamist.

Obama's fault.

You have officially reached the level of idiocy of those who blamed Bush for everything.

When the uprising started in Egypt, there wasn't a single person here who could suggest a course of action for the US.


Obama and his minions were behind the uprising so, yes it is his fault. Also I seem to remember most of GTPI predicting this outcome. There was one lone holdout though. :whistling: Guess you were wrong.

beforeobamabans
06-24-2012, 13:58
Let's give 'em another $3 billion.

LASTRESORT20
06-24-2012, 14:15
Liberals/Socialists always love to defend radical Islamist....and love to protect their do no wrong 'Messiah"

steveksux
06-24-2012, 14:37
http://cnsnews.com/news/article/bush-arab-spring-broadest-challenge-authoritarian-rule-collapse-soviet-communism

Wasn't just the liberal democrats.

You can either support the dictators, or freedom. The problem with freedom is free people don't always make the choices you want them to.

Can't change the laws of phyics, guys. Supporting the Shah in Iran until the bitter end didn't turn out so well either. Don't recall a friendly Iranian govt falling into place there either.

Randy

countrygun
06-24-2012, 14:54
http://cnsnews.com/news/article/bush-arab-spring-broadest-challenge-authoritarian-rule-collapse-soviet-communism

Wasn't just the liberal democrats.

You can either support the dictators, or freedom. The problem with freedom is free people don't always make the choices you want them to.

Can't change the laws of phyics, guys. Supporting the Shah in Iran until the bitter end didn't turn out so well either. Don't recall a friendly Iranian govt falling into place there either.

Randy


Whoa there cowboy, The US was not doing a heck of a lot of "supporting" of the Shah, as the "revolution" picked up, and was working pretty hard to give him an exit from the Country, which made the taking of the US embassy That much more unwarrented. Jimmie "grits for brains" Carter let them hold the hostages while he twiddled his thumbs. Iran was pretty much handled in about the same manner as the situation (s) in the Arab spring right now. Using Carter as a model is just not reassuring.

series1811
06-24-2012, 15:41
When the uprising started in Egypt, there wasn't a single person here who could suggest a course of action for the US.

Yeah, but the bigger problem was that there wasn't anyone in the White House who could suggest one, either.

We know you voted for him. It can't be easy to admit you were that wrong, so we understand.

Bruce H
06-24-2012, 16:20
Egypt elects an islamist.

Obama's fault.

You have officially reached the level of idiocy of those who blamed Bush for everything.

When the uprising started in Egypt, there wasn't a single person here who could suggest a course of action for the US.


A few of us knew exactly what to do. We also received infractions for the lesson.

steveksux
06-24-2012, 17:29
Whoa there cowboy, The US was not doing a heck of a lot of "supporting" of the Shah, as the "revolution" picked up, and was working pretty hard to give him an exit from the Country, which made the taking of the US embassy That much more unwarrented. Who said anything about "as the revolution picked up".

He was a US puppet for years before that.

Randy

happyguy
06-24-2012, 17:38
Or it's too bad...... depends on how it ends.

http://blog.markloiseau.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/MIRV-reentry-2.jpg

What a beautiful photograph!

Regards,
Happyguy :)

countrygun
06-24-2012, 17:49
Who said anything about "as the revolution picked up".

He was a US puppet for years before that.

Randy

You did say "to the bitter end" didn't you?

Yes, under our horrible support the extremists were suppressed, women didn't have to wear burkhas they could even drive and get an education. They were making great progress towards modernity, and not trying to build nuclear weapons as their only nod to intellectual progress.

Shame on us.

I was in college at the time with a number of Persian students who, although they resented the Shah, were terrified of what the extremists would do if they took power. No one was interviewing them on TV. Nobody sat down and interviewed them about the dangers os Islamic radicalism. They weren't "Politically Correct". Factually, practically, realistically? Yes. Politically? No.

steveksux
06-24-2012, 18:02
You did say "to the bitter end" didn't you?

Yes, under our horrible support the extremists were suppressed, women didn't have to wear burkhas they could even drive and get an education. They were making great progress towards modernity, and not trying to build nuclear weapons as their only nod to intellectual progress.

Shame on us.

I was in college at the time with a number of Persian students who, although they resented the Shah, were terrified of what the extremists would do if they took power. No one was interviewing them on TV. Nobody sat down and interviewed them about the dangers os Islamic radicalism. They weren't "Politically Correct". Factually, practically, realistically? Yes. Politically? No.SAVAK suppressed much more than extremists. But as long as the trains ran on time they should have been grateful to us.

Randy

countrygun
06-24-2012, 18:16
SAVAK suppressed much more than extremists. But as long as the trains ran on time they should have been grateful to us.

Randy


And people ae being oppressed just as badly now, but at least now they are trying to build nukes and threaten their neighbors:supergrin: so I guess that is an improvement.

steveksux
06-24-2012, 18:41
And people ae being oppressed just as badly now, but at least now they are trying to build nukes and threaten their neighbors:supergrin: so I guess that is an improvement.I never said it was better now... Different folks are being oppressed. Different regime, different priorities. People often overreact to one problem and create a completely different one just as bad or worse as a result. US backed secular repressive state to an Islamic based US hating religious regime seems to be a pattern that is not altogether unusual. Iran, now Egypt.

Randy

Bren
06-24-2012, 18:53
I never said it was better now... Different folks are being oppressed.

Somebody's alway being "oppressed" or thinking they are. It works best for US, when our enemies are bing oppressed by our friends.

steveksux
06-24-2012, 18:58
Somebody's alway being "oppressed" or thinking they are. It works best for US, when our enemies are bing oppressed by our friends.That may be true, but is that stable? Isn't it exactly that situation under the Shah led to the current situation in Iran?

How far do we go to prop up a dictatorship? Or do we advocate for freedom, not knowing the outcome? Not easy questions.

Randy

Bruce H
06-24-2012, 19:34
The shah's problem is he didn't have Khomeni gutted in Paris when he first started making noises.

countrygun
06-24-2012, 19:41
Somebody's alway being "oppressed" or thinking they are. It works best for US, when our enemies are bing oppressed by our friends.


Indeed.

I long ago gave up the romantic notion of "spreading freedom to the world". It's largely horseapples. The ones out of power want the freedom to abuse the ones in power the way they are being abused. They get it, and the cycle repeats. Iran in the last 40 years is the perfect example.

I flat out don't care much. Mass genocide, threatening our friends, us, or our best interests, OK, I'll care.

If "they" are going to keep the cycle going there is no reason we shouldn't pick the side that is best for us.

MannyA
06-24-2012, 19:42
It actually was in 1099 CE
It was taken in the first crusade and they have never forgotten. They have been callong for Jihad since 1100 CE.
Good luck with that!

MannyA
06-24-2012, 19:45
That may be true, but is that stable? Isn't it exactly that situation under the Shah led to the current situation in Iran?

How far do we go to prop up a dictatorship? Or do we advocate for freedom, not knowing the outcome? Not easy questions.

Randy

Actually, they have been fighting each other and that is what cost them the "Holy City" since the 1100's, when the Sultan of Bhagdad did not come to the rescue of the othe factions becuase of religious infighting.

MZBKA
06-25-2012, 05:10
Obama and his minions were behind the uprising so, yes it is his fault. Also I seem to remember most of GTPI predicting this outcome. There was one lone holdout though. :whistling: Guess you were wrong.


You should check your facts before you make yourself look silly. Obama supported Egypt's former dictator until it was obvious his regime wouldn't survive the uprising.

MZBKA
06-25-2012, 05:15
Yeah, but the bigger problem was that there wasn't anyone in the White House who could suggest one, either.

We know you voted for him. It can't be easy to admit you were that wrong, so we understand.


Didn't vote for Obama, but everybody knows from your conspiracy theories that you believe if you repeat something enough, it's true.

How is this election Obama's fault?

series1811
06-25-2012, 05:51
Didn't vote for Obama, but everybody knows from your conspiracy theories that you believe if you repeat something enough, it's true.

Didn't vote for Obama? That's a good one. The rats really are leaving the ship.

How is this election Obama's fault?

Ask Harry Truman.

coastal4974
06-25-2012, 06:41
Itís amazing how the MSM is talking about this as a good thing.

Yet the American Jews still want to support the little Nazi for reelection. They seem to be set on self destruction.

aircarver
06-25-2012, 06:47
It took a great deal of irrational behavior to put the head commie in the WH ......:shocked:

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Skyhook
06-25-2012, 06:49
John Kerry says, doan worry, be happy and quit judging the brothers!


http://nation.foxnews.com/john-kerry/2012/06/24/john-kerry-don-t-prejudge-muslim-brotherhood

Cavalry Doc
06-25-2012, 07:15
What a beautiful photograph!

Regards,
Happyguy :)

The next batch will likely be followed by bright lights, pretty glowing clouds and a mighty wind.

Only pretty from a distance though, and of course it would depend on where the fireworks went off. Location, location, location.

FLIPPER 348
06-25-2012, 07:19
Egypt elects an islamist.

Obama's fault.

You have officially reached the level of idiocy of those who blamed Bush for everything.

When the uprising started in Egypt, there wasn't a single person here who could suggest a course of action for the US.



best post of the year (so far)

series1811
06-25-2012, 07:51
best post of the year (so far)

Well, of course you would say that. You wrote it, right?

aircarver
06-25-2012, 07:56
Well, of course you would say that. You wrote it, right?

:rofl:

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DonGlock26
06-25-2012, 08:07
http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-TV/2012/06/24/Egypts-New-President-Our-Capital-Shall-Be-Jerusalem-Allah-Willing

It looks like last year's "Arab Spring" that the Obama administration was so giddy about is now turning into an "Arab Summer".....though not as the administration had hoped.



At least they aren't evil Republicans who "wage war on women":

http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/06/24/222413.html

I think a "Told you so!" is in order.


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coastal4974
06-25-2012, 08:53
Egypt’s new Muslim Brotherhood president
Mohammed Morsi says Egypt will make Jerusalem it’s capital.

Supporters Chant Allahu Akbar.

Obama congratulates the Muslim Brotherhood.

American Jews support Obama.

Skyhook
06-25-2012, 13:26
Egyptís new Muslim Brotherhood president
Mohammed Morsi says Egypt will make Jerusalem itís capital.

Supporters Chant Allahu Akbar.

Obama congratulates the Muslim Brotherhood.

American Jews support Obama.


That continues to mystify me.

I do think an epiphany is about to occur..:dunno:

Ruble Noon
06-25-2012, 14:26
You should check your facts before you make yourself look silly. Obama supported Egypt's former dictator until it was obvious his regime wouldn't survive the uprising.

How much are you paid to spread lies and misinformation on the internet?

countrygun
06-25-2012, 14:35
That continues to mystify me.

I do think an epiphany is about to occur..:dunno:



I actually don't think so. To look at the Jews as a homogeneous voting block is to justify Blacks doing the same, or any other group be it by race or Country of origin or religion. It would be logical to assume that Jews would see the threat to Israel that Obama poses, but, as we would like to think all people do, they have become Americans and some of them have therefore abandoned their ties to Israel. It is the famous "double-edged sword" They are putting their wants as Americans ahead of traditional ties to another Country. Of course I think they are wrongheaded, but by the same token, I wish other groups would likewise abandon their group allegiance to one party and vote as individuals based on informed opinions and not a "herd" mentality. I won't be crass enough to single out a particular group for voting along racial lines:whistling:

MZBKA
06-25-2012, 15:14
How much are you paid to spread lies and misinformation on the internet?

What are you talking about? Remember how Bidden supported the dictator when he said Mubarak was not a dictator?

Do you have any evidence that Obama had anything to do with Egypt's uprising?

MZBKA
06-25-2012, 15:22
Well, of course you would say that. You wrote it, right?


You're approaching a new record for posts with no substance in this discussion.

How does Obama have any responsibility for the Egyptian protesters who took down Mubarak? Does your theory about Obama's role in Egypt's uprising have anything to do with your theory that Obama's mother was a super duper under cover CIA agent?

Skyhook
06-25-2012, 16:29
You're approaching a new record for posts with no substance in this discussion.

How does Obama have any responsibility for the Egyptian protesters who took down Mubarak? Does your theory about Obama's role in Egypt's uprising have anything to do with your theory that Obama's mother was a super duper under cover CIA agent?


http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2012/06/24/Obama-s-Arab-Spring-Was-Not-Based-On-Reality

http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/jackson-diehl-is-obama-to-blame-for-the-arab-springs-failures/2012/06/24/gJQAzF5O0V_story.html?wprss=rss_opinions

:whistling:

AudioGuy
06-25-2012, 16:46
American Jews support Obama.


That continues to mystify me.

I do think an epiphany is about to occur..:dunno:

No, no epiphany will occur. I was just up in New York for the funeral of a much beloved Cousin this weekend. All of my relatives, with the exception of one, are ardent, vocal Obama supporters. When they started spewing Obamadogma (which was every other minute or two),I would just shake my head and walk away.

I'm just as mystified as you are.

series1811
06-25-2012, 18:54
You're approaching a new record for posts with no substance in this discussion.

How does Obama have any responsibility for the Egyptian protesters who took down Mubarak? Does your theory about Obama's role in Egypt's uprising have anything to do with your theory that Obama's mother was a super duper under cover CIA agent?

Is that how you guys keep the faith in Obama? By convincing yourself that what he does, really doesn't matter?

Sometimes we have the right person in place to avert worldwide catastrophe (think Churchill in 1940), and sometimes, we have a guy like Obama.

Cavalry Doc
06-25-2012, 19:00
You're approaching a new record for posts with no substance in this discussion.

How does Obama have any responsibility for the Egyptian protesters who took down Mubarak? Does your theory about Obama's role in Egypt's uprising have anything to do with your theory that Obama's mother was a super duper under cover CIA agent?

CIA? No way. KGB? Who knows?

series1811
06-25-2012, 19:03
CIA? No way. KGB? Who knows?

Yeah, I don't know why the TruthSquadders think I think Obama is in the CIA. I'm the one who is 100 per cent sure Obama couldn't pass the SSBI to get into the CIA (or any other federal job needing a clearance). :supergrin:

Cavalry Doc
06-25-2012, 19:05
Yeah, I don't know why the TruthSquadders think I think Obama is in the CIA. I'm the one who is 100 per cent sure Obama couldn't pass the SSBI to get into the CIA (or any other federal job needing a clearance). :supergrin:

Well, just from what he has released, I would never have signed off on his clearance. And yes, I used to do that too.

beforeobamabans
06-25-2012, 19:50
Did you hear that Morsi was educated at UNIVERITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA and his children were born in the United States?

We let these *******s into our country, give them the finest education taxpayer subsidized universities can provide, then send them back into the world to scheme how to screw us?

FLIPPER 348
06-25-2012, 23:22
The 'taxpayer' did not pay for any of his education at USC. But seeing as you sport a photoshopped avatar I'm not surprised you would think so.

FLIPPER 348
06-25-2012, 23:24
Sometimes we have the right person in place to avert worldwide catastrophe (think Churchill in 1940), and sometimes, we have a guy like Obama.



Should we have invaded Egypt to keep the former ruler in power?? If you think not than what should we have done as a Nation?

series1811
06-26-2012, 03:29
Should we have invaded Egypt to keep the former ruler in power?? If you think not than what should we have done as a Nation?

You just have no idea what we are talking about, do you?

How old are you?