26 Nov

White House Refuses To Condemn Morsi’s Power Grab, Argues It’s Part Of Egypt’s “Transition To Democracy”…

Zip @ Weasel Zippers:

Wouldn’t want to offend his Muslim Brotherhood allies.

Via NRO:

Asked whether the White House was forewarned about President Morsi’s power grab, Jay Carney said today that the administration has “expressed and raised concerns” about it. He also said that the power grab is part of Egypt’s “transition to democracy”:

“Our interest in the development and transition to democracy in Egypt is one that reflects what the Egyptian people demanded through their revolution, and continue to demand, which is a government that reflects the will of the people. And we will continue to work towards that goal, because it reflects what the Egyptian people want. ”

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2 Responses to White House Refuses To Condemn Morsi’s Power Grab, Argues It’s Part Of Egypt’s “Transition To Democracy”…

  1. Mike O'Malley says: 1

    “… Part Of Egypt’s “Transition To Democracy”…”

    Yes much the same way that the Reichstag Fire Decree of 1933 was a part of Germany’s transition to democracy.

    Don’t forget, bringing the Muslim Brotherhood into the Egyptian government was a long-term foreign policy objective of early Obama supporter and former Nazi collaborator George Soros.

  2. Mike O’Malley
    yes, it must have cost OBAMA a lot to help on the removal of the former MUBARACK,
    they are being disrupt since the take over, and now from the one wanting to be the EMPEROR, why does POWER turn some hot heads to exceed the power given to them always better by the PEOPLE


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