Juan Williams told Hannity this morning that “we should do business” with the Muslim Brotherhood, as long as they’re ‘democratically elected’.
Yesterday on Fox News, Zuhdi JasserÂ claimed that “The Egyptian people are no different from us as Americans.”
Janet Incompetanto: “we are watching, we are monitoring, we have no plans…”– this nutcase is of course deliberately inflicted on us by the Manchurian moonbat.
The Obama administration is secretly crafting a plan for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to leave office immediately â€“ a plan that includes a place for the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood to be in an interim government,Â The New York Times reported Thursday night. Obama Egypt Plan Includes Role for Muslim Brotherhood
If the Obama White House really believes this is possible, it is even more hopelessly incompetent than we imagined!
“These reporters are going to eat their words in a big way,”
What happens when the government crumbles? What happens when this country is reduced to utter anarchy? What happens when the killings begin and the corpses pile up? Are they still going to credit Barack Obama’s soaring oratory for that, or are they going to separate them? What happens if an Islamic caliphate takes over? Are they going to credit his soaring oratory at that point? No they won’t. They’ll blame it on Bush.
The kicker, however, is this:
“Poll shows Egyptians favour democracy and stoning for adultery,” fromÂ Reuters, February 3
Take a look at what al Reuters is marketing here:
Egyptians reject radical Islamists, but want Islam to play a large role in politics and think democracy is the best political system, according to poll data collected in Muslim countries last year. The sample group of 1,000 was surveyed in face-to-face interviews in April and May of last year for theÂ U.S.-based Pew Research Center. These results give an idea of Egyptian public opinion before the current protests there broke out.
Look at the results below for adultery, apostasy, and theft. But “Egyptians reject radical Islamists.” So… are these the “moderates?”
59%: Say democracy is preferable to any other form of government.
22%: Say a non-democratic system can be preferable in certain circumstances
Islam in politics
95%: Say it’s good that Islam plays a large role in politics
85%: Say Islam’s influence on politics is good
48%: Say Islam currently play a large role in Egyptian politics
80%: Think suicide bombings are never or rarely justified.
20%: Think suicide bombings are sometimes or often justified
70%: Are concerned or very concerned about Islamist extremism in the world
61%: Are concerned or very concerned about Islamist extremism in the Egypt
Traditional Muslim practices
54%: Believe men and women should be segregated in the workplace
82%: Believe adulterers should be stoned
84%: Believe apostates from Islam should face the death penalty
77%: Believe thieves should be flogged or have their hands cut off
Qur’an 5:38 prescribes amputation.