Monday, May 23, 2011

...And in more news that wouldn't be a surprise

if you had the same ability to reason as a common house plant- Egypt is falling apart. One of the masterminds of the 'democratic' uprising is now complaining of lack of tourists (really!), social breakdown and money problems.

“Right now, socially, we are disintegrating,” ElBaradei said on CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS,” scheduled to air Sunday. “Economically we are not in the best state. Politically it’s -- it’s like a black hole. We do not know where we are heading.”

“People do not feel secure,” ElBaradei said. “They are buying guns” to protect themselves, he said.

ElBaradei said he wasn’t sure when a presidential race could begin because there aren’t any laws that outline “how to run a campaign, how you raise funds” or when candidates can become official.

“What kind of state or regime we are going to have?” ElBaradei asked. “Is it a presidential system? Is it a parliamentary system? When are we going to have a new constitution?”

He also expressed concern about the influence of the Islamic group the Muslim Brotherhood, which has had longer to organize than other nascent political contenders. ElBaradei said the election may slip to next year given the uncertainty.

But..........the most astute administration we've ever seen in this country TOLD us we had nothing to fear from the MB. That anyone who worried about them taking over were just right-wing wackos.

That all of these Mid-east riots are all about 'democracy'...because 'the people' (who are lucky if they have a third grade education) want to be able to vote and be free! (cue the sound of doves in the background)

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