Winning The Future In Egypt; One Forehead Smack at a Time.

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This is what happens when you get caught by surprise? For heaven’s sake – this is what happens when too many people are talking to the press instead of to each other. I am highly confident that if the adversary were Sarah Palain or Mitch McConnell the mesage coordination would be airtight.

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Poor Obama…..NOT!
Hard for me to really feel sorry for him.
He sat through meetings where the Middle East instability was discussed but never thought once of Egypt, a country led by a cancer-ridden 82-year-old????
I guess he puts one of his phony front-faces and sits there.
You know which one?
He must have worn it for all 20 years he went to Rev. Wright’s ”church.”
He managed to be there but never notice the rampant racism and hatred from Wright’s mouth.

Obama has other phony front faces.

Ever see the slide show of all his photos with other world leaders?

Until they compared these with the White House dot gov’s own photos lefties actually thought it was a photoshop job!

ElBaradei: WTF?!?!

Egyptian opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei said Sunday that statements from President Obama’s special envoy to Egypt caused “a lot of confusion” among Egyptians.

Frank Wisner, a former ambassador to Egypt deployed there this past week to apparently urge President Hosni Mubarak to hand over the reins, said Saturday that the transition “is an ideal moment for him to show the way forward.”

“We need to get a national consensus around the pre-conditions for the next step forward. The president must stay in office to steer those changes,” he said.

The statements caused outcry from Egyptians on Twitter and blogs, and Agence France-Presse reported that a member of the U.S. delegation said Wisner was speaking as a private citizen and not on behalf of the U.S. government.

@DrJohn: Howdy Doc. I met Wisner a while back. He is a State Department Clown that I would not trust to tell me the Time of Day. He is part of the problem and not a Solution. Wisner is like that broken clock that is right twice a day but is a political hack and No Statesman.

ElBaradei is an Opportunistic Power Player that was NOT acceptable in Iraq but I’m sure that the Amateur Hour Obama State Department is embracing him like a long lost Brother. ElBaradei is as big a thief as Soros and has the moral values of a pick pocket in Times Square on New Years Eve.

No wonder the US Reputation on the International Scene is diminishing. Jack Asses like Wisner and Predators like ElBaradei have impressed the Obama State Department as “Folks to Know”.

Egypt will be the next Iran only without the Oil assets. Dire Poverty, Illiteracy and Islamic ignorance are there in abundance as are US Aid Dollars mis spent by the Billions over the years. I have seen it first hand several times and challenge ANYONE to tell me differently. Islam promises ZERO Democracy and Women as Second Class Citizens as is stated in the Koran. Islam keeps them in their place so Obama and His Team have effectively Set Egypt back by another Four Centuries if The Muslim Brotherhood is allowed to prevail. If US Aid Dollars were cut off Today, the living standard of Egypt would be on a par with Somalia in a heartbeat.

Epic Team Obama Foreign Policy Fail here. Nothing to see here Folks, Just Move along…

Hot Air has a bit of history on Wisner.
Wisner spent
five years in Egypt as the American ambassador during the Reagan and Bush 41 administrations,
three years in Zambia for Carter and Reagan,
a year in the Philippines for Bush 41, and
three years in India for Clinton.

To repeat:
Wisner spent five years in Egypt as the American ambassador during the Reagan and Bush 41 administrations,
as well as three years in Zambia for Carter and Reagan,
a year in the Philippines for Bush 41, and
three years in India for Clinton.

So, both Republican and Democrat presidentS looked favorably on his abilities.

What expertise does Obama have in foreign affairs?
Nothing good.

So, what does Obama do?
He sends Wisner to Egypt.
He learns from Wisner’s visit that ”President Mubarak‚Äôs continued leadership is critical!”
That goes against Obama’s ”narrative.”

Remember why Senator Judd Gregg (R-NH) refused to serve on Obama’s Cabinet?
He said he didn’t want to be around so many YES MEN.
And because of them he knew his own inputs would be ignored.

Wisner learned that about Obama the hard way.

@Nan G: Wisner is No Statesman but Neither Clinton or Obama would know a Statesman from a hole in the ground. He had better years behind him.

Making it all up as they go along is always the impression I get of this Administration.