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Obama’s propped up Muslim Brotherhood Bosom Buddy Out!

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By Judi McLeod
July 4, 2013

How do you spell “OORAH” in Arabic?

The outcome of what may have been the largest pro-democracy demonstrations in human history has shown President Barack Hussein Obama for what he really is: a Muslim Brotherhood-advocating failure.

With Obama’s $250 million March 2013 gift still in his pocket; the 12 F-16s already delivered this year, with the promise of another eight by the end of the year, and 200 (count ‘em) Abrams tanks, Muslim Brotherhood Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is under house arrest.

The coup d’état that saw millions cheering on the streets in what is allegedly the largest gathering of people in modern memory against a dictator, was pulled off on the eve of American Independence Day 2013—the biggest slap in the face to the imperious arrogant Obama just back on American soil after a $100-million trip to Africa.

What better proof that the high handed Obamas are not King & Queen of the World, but only legends in their own minds?

Obama’s warnings against the arrests of Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood members yesterday came off like the mewlings of a paper tiger.

As pithy Daniel Greenfield wrapped it up in his column: “One Muslim Brotherhood president has been overthrown. But the other one is still on his second term”.

...”So let’s skip straight to the threats and the pro-Brotherhood rhetoric,’ Greenfield wrote.


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Obama’s propped up Muslim Brotherhood Bosom Buddy Out!

The overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood gov't led by Morsi endorsed by B.O. has induced the MB to claim they will begin using suicide bombers to bring the people to heel and allow the MB to impose more draconian laws upon them.
 

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By Judi McLeod
July 4, 2013

How do you spell “OORAH” in Arabic?

The outcome of what may have been the largest pro-democracy demonstrations in human history has shown President Barack Hussein Obama for what he really is: a Muslim Brotherhood-advocating failure.

With Obama’s $250 million March 2013 gift still in his pocket; the 12 F-16s already delivered this year, with the promise of another eight by the end of the year, and 200 (count ‘em) Abrams tanks, Muslim Brotherhood Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is under house arrest.

The coup d’état that saw millions cheering on the streets in what is allegedly the largest gathering of people in modern memory against a dictator, was pulled off on the eve of American Independence Day 2013—the biggest slap in the face to the imperious arrogant Obama just back on American soil after a $100-million trip to Africa.

What better proof that the high handed Obamas are not King & Queen of the World, but only legends in their own minds?

Obama’s warnings against the arrests of Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood members yesterday came off like the mewlings of a paper tiger.

As pithy Daniel Greenfield wrapped it up in his column: “One Muslim Brotherhood president has been overthrown. But the other one is still on his second term”.

...”So let’s skip straight to the threats and the pro-Brotherhood rhetoric,’ Greenfield wrote.


(Excerpt)

Read more:
Obama’s propped up Muslim Brotherhood Bosom Buddy Out!

The overthrow of the Muslim Brotherhood gov't led by Morsi endorsed by B.O. has induced the MB to claim they will begin using suicide bombers to bring the people to heel and allow the MB to impose more draconian laws upon them.

Military aid to Egypt was not new under Obama. It had been happening for years.

Now there was a huge gathering of (mostly the same) people a little more than a year ago to oust a dictator (Mubarak). What they're unhappy about is that Morsi was largely working on becoming the same thing as Mubarak was, but with the support of the Muslim Brotherhood. He didn't change any of how power was exercised in Egypt, he just changed who exercised it. It wasn't the revolution the people wanted.

The biggest difference is that Morsi is associated with an organization that has the word "Muslim" in it, so now the right is using that to club Obama. The same right that was upset about their buddy Mubarak being ousted, and ironically the same right that talks about a people's "right to self-determination" didn't care about Egypt or frankly Libya as long as their "guy" was in power.
 

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If there's any propping up going on, it's the Egyptian military, who never let go of power they've held since 1948, they just stood back behind the scenes, until Morsi got too involved in moving the country away from secular rule, and less about the day to day management of. That damaged their economy, and the Egyptian military controls about 40% of that, so they weren't happy with him.
 

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Just how did you come to that conclusion?

How do you think Morsi got elected? The scarey thing about democracy is sometimes the wrong guy gets elected, sometimes you get a Bush and just have to survive the results. A military coup is decidedly undemocratic.

And here is a thought that will keep you awake at night...his replacement, he will be Muslim too.
 

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Morsi was elected whether you like it or not.

No one especially me has disputed the fact that Morsi was elected. He won because there were too many competing for the job and he got the majority of the vote. It's how he's handled the job and the people that cost him the impeachment/coup. Then there's the fact that Obama has supported both Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood.


We all know that Obama has covered for Morsi and the article below has more true about Benghazi-Gate than Obama has ever told us.

Sources suggest the Benghazi attack was a bungled abduction ...

www.examiner.com/article/some-sources-suggest-the-benghazi-attack...

Nov 15, 2012 · Sources suggest the Benghazi attack was a bungled abduction attempt (Photos)
 
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The biggest difference is that Morsi is associated with an organization that has the word "Muslim" in it, so now the right is using that to club Obama. The same right that was upset about their buddy Mubarak being ousted, and ironically the same right that talks about a people's "right to self-determination" didn't care about Egypt or frankly Libya as long as their "guy" was in power.

You mean "Muslim Brotherhood."

The Brotherhood's credo was and is, "Allah is our objective; the Quran is our law, the Prophet is our leader; Jihad is our way; and death for the sake of Allah is the highest of our aspirations."

Muslim Brotherhood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 

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No one especially me has disputed the fact that Morsi was elected. He won because there were too many competing for the job and he got the majority of the vote. It's how he's handled the job and the people that cost him the impeachment/coup. Then there's the fact that Obama has supported both Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood.


We all know that Obama has covered for Morsi and the article below has more true about Benghazi-Gate than Obama has ever told us.

Sources suggest the Benghazi attack was a bungled abduction ...

www.examiner.com/article/some-sources-suggest-the-benghazi-attack...

Nov 15, 2012 · Sources suggest the Benghazi attack was a bungled abduction attempt (Photos)

When you're losing, change the subject to Benghazi...

The Benghazi card. Better than the race card.
 

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In major pushback, Egypt Islamists battle opponents in deadly clashes to restore ousted leader


CAIRO — Enraged Islamists pushed back Friday against the toppling of President Mohammed Morsi, as tens of thousands of his supporters took to the streets vowing to win his reinstatement and clashed with their opponent in violence that killed 30 and wounded more than 200 nationwide.

In a battle on a bridge over the Nile River in Cairo, gunfire rang out and flames leaped from a burning car as the rival camps threw volleys of stones and fireworks at each other. Military armored vehicles raced across the bridge in a counterattack on Morsi’s supporters.

The clashes accelerated after four supporters of the president were killed when troops opened fire on their rally — and after a dramatic appearance by the supreme leader of Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood. He defiantly proclaimed that his followers would not give up street action until the return of the president, swept out of power days earlier by the military.


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In major pushback, Egypt Islamists battle opponents in deadly clashes to restore ousted leader - The Washington Post


Egypt: 10 killed, over 200 injured as opponents and supporters of Mohamed Morsi clash

Egypt: 10 killed, over 200 injured as opponents and supporters of Mohamed Morsi clash - The Times of India

Jul 06, 2013 · ... says four people were killed near the Republican Guard building in Cairo, where troops opened fire on Morsi ... Muslim Brotherhood ... Suicide attack ...


Is this the same Muslim Brotherhood Barack Obama has been touting as a legitimate and peaceful group? Hmm???
 
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