Well, we know he has 16 F-16 fighter jets and 200 Abram tanks coming, paid for with taxpayer money while the taxpayers get the shaft. Is this a great country, or what?
I am sorry for the people that live in Egypt that just want to live a peaceful life and don't hate Israel or the West. This is probably going to be a blood bath.
But they "voted" for Morsi. The "majority" of Egyptians wanted Morsi. They "voted" for their Sharia-based constitution. Isn't that what the Egyptian "majority" wanted? Now they are moaning and complaining that what they got is not what they wanted. Now they are rioting and protesting. Now they are dying. Shades of things to come for us maybe?
Egypt has to be careful that it doesn't fall into the same trap that Libya has already fallen into, where the country is now dominated by various warring militia groups. Phares mentioned the "Salafist militia" group. Something tells me it isn't going to take much for other factions within Egypt to start forming their own militia groups too just to defend themselves from the Islamists. The big question mark is still the Army. If it starts fracturing, then Egypt will become the next Syria involved in a major civil war. If the Army remains united, then IT will decide who runs the country and how. Always remember that both Sadat and Mubarak came from the Army, and those two men ended up running Egypt for almost 40 years. The Army will determine which way this goes and when.
Happy to see there are still Egyptians who are willing to stand up and fight the tyranny. It's what we need to do also.
Those F-16s and Abrams tanks had better get there quickly. The Muslim Brotherhood needs them so that their caporegime Morsi can exert his authority. I'm glad Rand Paul is trying to impede the process.
We also have a number of law enforcement on our side. When you think about it they're pretty stupid to mess with people who like and own guns?