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Who Lost Egypt?

WesternMilitant Wrote: Aug 19, 2012 10:05 AM
Egypt is not ours to have or to lose. Egyptians lost Egypt because they are so damn stupid. Stupid with Islam. Stupid with ignorance. Stupid with hate to Israel. Stupid with hate to the U.S.A. I have no sympathy for the Egyptian people. They are dumb as stumps and are going to start paying the price for it.
Becka Wrote: Aug 19, 2012 11:32 AM
I concur with your view on this. Although I fear the Islamic rising around the world and its impact on my own country, I am tired of worrying about the people of these other countries. America has shed enough blood and treasure for that bunch "over there". Always the same nonsense - religion and hatred. Nothing ever changes, and America always gets kicked in the teeth. The Egyptians were hell bent on bring this change about. Live with it and please shut up about it. I want no further news stories about how unhappy the "youth" in Egypt are. I won't get any either, because the media is now all Islamic, all the time.
Topeka Wrote: Aug 19, 2012 1:51 PM
If you are not concerned about "them" "over there"


are you concerned about "them" "over here"

who do think is providing the only input Obambam and Co. listen to?

They certainly are not listening to Americans. If the MB is telling Obambam what to do concerning Sharia in this country - including attacking states trying to limit judicial borrowing from this barbaric doctrine - we have a problem with the MB having the authority and backing of any nation state.

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