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« This may explain the Obama flip flopping on Egypt | Main | Obama's Muslim loyalties are being questioned and revealed »

Thursday, February 10, 2011

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» Mubarak's out, who's in? from Wizbang
For now, it looks like the military: U.S. intelligence indicates "a strong likelihood" that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is on his way out and may step down as early as... [Read More]

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tim aka The Godless Heathen

Who’s in? For how long? And who eventually ends up running the place?

If I was a betting man…it wouldn’t be on the side of what is best for America. I sincerely hope I’m wrong, I want to be wrong.

Locutisprime

Obviously Panetta didn't know specifics or "Shite from Shinola" on what was going to happen in Egypt for that matter.

I told the wife a few hours ago that I would be surprised if Mubarek stepped down, particularly on the heels of the Saudi King's communique to Obama.

Looks like I was right and the head of the CIA was way wrong. As Mike Huckabee just pointed out on Fox, Panetta's miss on this is telling.

I can't wait to see what the enlightened one (Obama) has to say about these latest developments.

Any takers on Obama agreeing with Mubarek's defiant stance and telling the world that they need to listen to Mubarek and just back off?

As has been pointed out previously, Obama got his marching orders from King Abdulah and he better do what the king told him to do.

D Leblanc

Good comments from Locutisprime. Watch for Amr Mohammed Moussa as a potential candidate and winner of the Egyptian elections next September 2011. Moussa is very popular with the people, because of his anti-Israel position. He was the foreign minister before, and is now the President of the Arab League.

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