What patriot in his right mind would find it acceptable for the Muslim Brotherhood to take over Egypt? Actually, no patriot would, but our very own president is a-okay with such a scenario.
I guess that should not be so surprising since he was the chief cheerleader for the overthrow of Mubarak which is what has led to the mess Egypt is currently in, as the Brotherhood is preparing to take over the country.
Do we need to remind Obama of some of the Muslim Brotherhood's most notorious members: Mohammed Atta, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and Ayman al-Zawahiri?
Read from Atlas Shrugs:
Obama would be "satisfied" with Brotherhood win in Egypt
"America, what have we wrought with the destoyer-in-chief? Who the h*** is he to be satisified with a jihadist organization that seeks to eliminate and destroy Western civilization from within and to establish an Islamic caliphate, or kingdom -- first spanning all of the present-day Muslim world, and eventually the entire globe? The organization further aspires to dismantle all non-Islamic governments wherever they currently exist, and to make Islamic Law (Shari’a) the sole basis of jurisprudence everywhere on earth. This purpose is encapsulated in the Brotherhood’s militant credo: “God is our objective, the Koran is our Constitution, the Prophet is our leader, struggle [jihad] is our way, and death for the sake of God is the highest of our aspirations.” (DTN)
Pray that this imposter and his seditious party gets thrown out of office in 2012; it's the only shot we have at freedom.
US would be 'satisfied' with Brotherhood win in Egypt J Post
'The United States will judge elected parties in the MidEast based "on what they do and not what they're called," AFP reports.
The United States would be "satisfied" should free elections in Egypt produce a victory for the Muslim Brotherhood, AFP reported Friday according to the US's special coordinator for transitions in the Middle East, William Taylor.
Taylor said the US would judge elected parties in the Middle East based "on what they do, and not what they're called," AFP quoted him as saying. He added that he did not meet with Brotherhood officials in his latest visit to Cairo, but would have had he been given the chance.
The point man on Middle East transitions said that so-called Arab Spring revolutions and a desire for democratic elections create an environment in which groups like the Muslim Brotherhood are able to shed associations with terror.
Taylor's came the week after Tunisia - widely seen as the birthplace of Arab Spring revolutions - elected its own Islamist Ennahda party to form a governing coalitions.'"