Tag Archives: Egypt

Don’t You Just Wish You Could Say the Same Thing Yourself?


An Egyptian woman addressed Barack Obama in very broken, yet understandable, English.  Her words were simple, yet obviously heartfelt. Here’s the YouTube video. ) Advertisements

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So Crimea and Ukraine are a Surprise? Really?


For some reason (and there must actually be one although what it actually might be eludes me),  the government of the United States of America, in particular John Kerry’s State Department, the CIA, the NSA and for all anyone can … Continue reading

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Our President from Another Planet


I’ll confess, I didn’t watch Barack Obama’s address to the nation on Tuesday night. Not that I wasn’t interested, but I always prefer to read the transcript of a speech, rather than risk being distracted by the speaker’s histrionics. So … Continue reading

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Whence Comes the “Moral High Ground”


The continuing disasters in the Middle East, particularly the bloodbaths in Syria and Egypt, bring forth claims from leftists and Progressives that “something must be done.” I blush to admit that those on the right are equally verbose in calling … Continue reading

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Ya Gotta Dance with the Girl Ya Brung


Within the past few weeks, there have been barrels of ink and trillions of pixels consumed by both the political left and right decrying the murderous violence in Egypt since the ouster of the Morsi regime by the Egyptian military. News reports … Continue reading

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An Amazing 12-year Old Kid in Egypt


One of the blogs that I skim on a daily basis linked to this video, and out of curiosity I clicked over to it.  This child is one that I could support as a future president of Egypt, an Egypt … Continue reading

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Well, If it Worked in Egypt…


There is a real uproar in Congress at the present time over whether we should continue providing foreign aid to Egypt following the recent changes in their government. Senators and representatives on both sides of the aisle are frothing at … Continue reading

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Are We Helping in Egypt, or Paying Tribute?


Originally published at American Thinker   Our “smartest guy in the room” president and our brand-new secretary of state have determined that the best way to deal with the regime of President Morsi in Egypt is to provide “aid” in … Continue reading

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Now Who’s Interfering in Another Country’s ‘Internal Affairs?’


Now that President Morsi has made his first speech at the United Nations General Assembly, and has called for the United States to revise its adherence to the First Amendment, I find it particularly interesting how that call complements other … Continue reading

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Thanks Again for Doing Such a Great Job of “Leading”, Mr. President


President Obama has been very condescending in describing Mitt Romney’s foreign policy credentials.  Of course every rational person in the country must realize by now how much foreign policy experience Obama himself brought to the Presidency three and a half … Continue reading

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