Somebody needs to remind Barack Obama that he is the president of the United States. The leader of the greatest nation on earth should be looking out for OUR interests, but instead Obama's policies are aiding the Islamists.
And he wonders why so many people accuse him of being a Muslim.
Let's discuss the spread of hard-line Islam in Egypt. Obama had no peace until he pushed Mubarak out of office. Somehow he was strangely quiet when his voice would have been welcomed during the Iranian elections in 2009 after Ahmadinejad "won" a crooked election and protesters were demonstrating in the streets crying out for assistance from the American president.
Now that the Muslim Brotherhood is gaining power, Obama and his team of foreign policy experts are stating that they will be satisfied with a Brotherhood victory in the upcoming elections in Egypt. OK with the Brothers taking over Egypt? What kind of lunatic statement is that? And as I said in the title to this post, why on earth are we taxpayers expected to fork over one bloody dime toward aiding any of these Islamic states that Obama has endorsed?
Read from Front Page:
Obama Administration Training Egyptian Islamists for Elections
"If you want proof that U.S. policy towards the Arab Spring is fatally flawed, look no further than William Taylor, the State Department’s Special Coordinator for Middle East Transitions and long associate of Muslim Brotherhood apologists. Taylor officially took charge on September 16 and oversees U.S. aid to countries affected by the Arab Spring, specifically Egypt, Tunisia and Libya.
Taylor’s office has been giving Egyptian Islamists training to prepare for the election contests that begin on November 28. He justified it by saying that the assistance is open to all parties and the U.S. wouldn’t pick sides. 'Sometimes, Islamist parties show up, sometimes they don’t,' he said nonchalantly.
When asked how the U.S. would feel if the Muslim Brotherhood won Egypt’s elections, he said, 'I think we will be satisfied, if it is a free and fair election. What we need to do is judge people and parties and movements on what they do, not what they’re called.' The answer seemed to infer that critics of the Brotherhood are needlessly alarmed by the name of the group.
It gets worse. Taylor compared the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood to Tunisia’s Ennahda Party, as if that is a positive example to follow. 'As long as parties, entities do not espouse or conduct violence, we’ll work with them.' He said there is undue fear of the Islamists. 'This is something that we are used to, and should not be afraid of. We should deal with them.'
It is hard to imagine a statement more frightening and naïve coming from a senior official."
Please read it all.