Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Buyers’ Re-Morsy: We need Buyers' Re-Obamasy

Via Daily Timewaster

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 "So, 17 million Egyptians, give or take, took to the streets to protest the incompetence and nastiness of the Muslim Brotherhood regime, and the Worldwide Leader in News (as well as other broadcast outlets) and such online outfits as Politico had nothing to say about it all day long—a day when they had nothing new to report from the ridiculous George Zimmerman trial. Why the reticence? 

Because Dear Leader had helped to install it, one can only suppose, and is now in Africa, where US television networks also didn't report South Africans demonstrating against Obama himself in the streets and receiving stun grenades and rubber bullets by way of response. At Weasel Zippers, a poster apologized for using Iran's state TV footage of the protests, because Western news outlets were ignoring them, by and large. Those protests took place notwithstanding Obama's announcement of a $7 billion US taxpayer commitment to expand African power generation capacity, days after Obama unilaterally had announced he was driving up the cost of power in the US by reducing its availability. 

 A leaked Libyan security memo, if it is genuine, claimed that the Benghazi attack was arranged at the behest of Egyptians, including Morsi, according to perpetrators in the government's custody, whom our President had solemnly vowed to track down, apprehend, and punish, fueling speculation that a hostage swap was behind the incident. A Cairo protest outside the US Embassy earlier on the day of the Americans' death was used as evidence for the lie that the Benghazi atrocity had begun as a copycat protest over a YouTube posting of a trailer for the absurd Innocence of Muslims movie, with which the administration had nothing to do."

2 comments:

  1. indyjonesouthereJuly 2, 2013 at 2:19 PM

    It would appear Obama is straining to handle all the "crisis" with which Rahm was so endeared.

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