A Non-impotent Phone Call

The administration isn’t impotent, no way, and to prove it Ambassador to the UN, Susan Rice tells ,

was a result — a direct result of a heinous and offensive video that was widely disseminated, that the U.S. government had nothing to do with, which we have made clear is reprehensible and disgusting. We have also been very clear in saying that there is no excuse for violence, there is — that we have condemned it in the strongest possible terms.

But let’s look at what’s happened. It’s quite the opposite of being impotent. We have worked with the governments in Egypt. President Obama picked up the phone and talked to President Morsi in Egypt. And as soon as he did that, the security provided to our personnel in our embassies dramatically increased. President Morsi…

She is referring to the that is so sugary toward our Liar-in-chief, its magically barftastic.

During a late-night, 20-minute phone call, Mr. Obama warned Mr. Morsi that relations would be jeopardized if Egyptian authorities failed to protect American diplomats and stand more firmly against anti-American attacks.

The rising breach between the United States and Egypt comes at a critical time for the longtime allies. For the Obama administration, it is a test of whether it has succeeded in efforts to shore up influence after the uprising that toppled Hosni Mubarak and to find common ground with the new Islamist leaders of a country that is a linchpin of American policy in the Middle East.

So the oh-so-not-impotent President of the United States is imminently influential to the our new not-allies and not-enemies, or ally-freinds-with-benefits or whatever this ditherer-in-chief cares to call it.

Wow! Two days later, the President gave a ring to Mursi and said, hey man, cut it out, AND THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD SAID, SIR! YES SIR!

Two days after our beautiful flag was torn to shreds, burnt and desecrated, and our Ambassador to Libya is killed, President “Screw you guys, I’m going to Vegas!” calls in the middle of the night and in 20 minutes, “POOF” Mursi got in line.


How about a phone call to Cuba now, , Mr. President.

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Breathlessly Awaiting Mitt’s Reaction to the Egypt Election

As you can imagine, me being a Republican and all, I’m just on the edge of my seat to hear what Mitt Romney has to say about the election turnout in Egypt.

The Obama Administration for the big win, and his spokesboy Carney said,

“We believe it is essential for the Egyptian government to continue to fulfill Egypt’s role as a pillar of regional peace, security and stability,” Carney said.
The administration had expressed no public preference in advance of Sunday’s announcement that the Islamist presidential candidate had defeated Ahmed Shafiq, who was the last prime minister under Mubarak.

Yeah, well, one of the things that should get under your skin is the point that Obama showed, “no public preference.” Thanks to Gateway Pundit, the following should illuminate:

and finally:

So of course I’m eager to hear Mitt Romney speak on this subject, he had a nice weekend I’m sure, heard something about his camp at a retreat, but the big reason I want to know is because I remember back in February when he said that he thought Mubarak had to move on.

Given yesterday’s results, I would like to impress the fact that what happened in Egypt, the so-called, “revolution” was not a change for democracy, and it is childish and naive to believe that it was and is. The Obama Administration continually calls it a democracy movement, Romney had better not, since we can all see the truth.

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