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President Barack Obama took a break from his weekend stay at Camp David on Saturday to deny that he backed the July 3 Egyptian coup or the deposed Islamic president, Mohammed Morsi.
Obama “reiterated that the United States is not aligned with, and does not support, any particular Egyptian political party or group,” said the statement, which was released after he convened a conference-call with his national security team.
“We call on all Egyptians to come together in an inclusive process that allows for the participation of all groups and political parties,” said the statement.
The statement also called on the Brotherhood’s supporters, and the new government, to minimize violence during street demonstrations that have killed numerous people.
“We urge all Egyptian leaders to condemn the use of force and to prevent further violence among their supporters, just as we urge all those demonstrating to do so peacefully,” the statement said. [Read more]
This is what passes for diplomacy in Obama World? Why aren’t we taking sides? One side is a known terrorist front group that supports Hamas and hates Christians and Jews; the other is the Egyptian military, largely trained by the U.S. government and supportive of the U.S negotiated Egypt-Israel Treaty.
Two things are to be noted here beyond the obvious obfuscation that is Barack Hussein Obama: 1) He actually took a weekend that didn’t cost the taxpayers at least $20 million, and 2) the man said absolutely nothing useful.
How impossibly incompetent does this guy have to be before the remaining 45 percent of the American public wakes up and says, What the HELL was I thinking?
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