February 6th, 2011 10:57 EST
How Dare Sarah Palin Blast Obama's Handling Of Egypt Crisis!
"Sarah Palin blasted the Obama administration`s handling of the Egypt crisis on Saturday in aninterview with the Christian Broadcasting Network.
In the CBN interview, which was conducted Friday immediately followingPalin`s speech in honor of President Ronald Reagan`s 100 birthday but aired Saturday night, the former Alaska governor questioned who might lead Egypt after President Hosni Mubarak if he were to resign.
`Is it going to be the Muslim Brotherhood,` Palin asked. `We should not stand for that, or with that, or by that. Any radical Islamists. No, that is not who we should be supporting and standing by ... we need to find out who was behind all of the turmoil and the revolt and the protests so that good decisions can be made in terms of who we will stand by and support.`"
Sarah Palin can`t see Egypt from her home in Alaska, consequently she knows nothing about the Middle East. If the former beauty queen was handling the Egypt crisis we would see Armageddon before the end of the year.
It would be a disaster if the Muslim Brotherhood takes over, but Egypt is a sovereign nation with a proud history and we can`t dictate to the Egyptians how to set up their new government.
Palin, it doesn`t matter if you can`t stand for the Brotherhood to assume control of Egypt, our influence in that part of the world is waning. We won`t be able to bribe the new regime in Egypt, their hatred of Israel is greater than their lust for billions in American aid.
Palin declared that we need to find out who was behind the demonstrations. It was the Egyptian people themselves who finally got fed up with 30 years of dictatorial rule. The revolution caught everyone by surprise, including the Muslim Brotherhood, Mubarak, Israel and the Obama administration.
Of course the born-again bimbo probably thinks that the Antichrist is behind the uprising in Egypt. Lord, I hope Palin wins the Republican nomination for president; I would love to see Palin debate foreign affairs with Obama.
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