Skip to comments.
MSNBC's Willie Geist, just announced US has moved Rvac ship(s) near Egypt coast.
Way too early with Willie Geist
| Monday, Feb 7th, 2011
Posted on 02/07/2011 2:47:52 AM PST by DGHoodini
MSNBC's Willie, just announced that the US has moved at least one naval shipnear Ehypt coast for Evacuation purposes.
TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Miscellaneous; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: egypt; evacuation; misc; nolink; norinevac; us; vanity
posted on 02/07/2011 2:47:55 AM PST
Comment #2 Removed by Moderator
i see Mubarak is still in power — and is hardly feeling friendly to our guy in the White House after he has humiliated him in public the last week or so. what a mess, Mr President.............
posted on 02/07/2011 3:55:24 AM PST
I hope that Mubarak does not become a US house guest from here on.
Maybe Mu BARAK and BARAK cut a deal!
posted on 02/07/2011 4:27:06 AM PST
(Conforming to non-conformity is conforming just the same.)
Mubarack has been in power for 30 years.
Think of him as an Egyptian Putin.
Not going to be pushed around by a jive talking teleprompter reader.
posted on 02/07/2011 4:33:20 AM PST
(WTF....the only thing 0bambi's investments will get us is a bullet train to bankruptcy.)
Is there any confirmation from a reputable source?
Like DEBKA, maybe?
posted on 02/07/2011 5:24:56 AM PST
by Izzy Dunne
(Hello, I'm a TAGLINE virus. Please help me spread by copying me into YOUR tag line.)
My opinion?...They suspect he will eventually try, to “reestablish daily order and routine”.
posted on 02/07/2011 5:27:56 AM PST
To: Izzy Dunne
posted on 02/07/2011 5:32:59 AM PST
We should all have precious metals for the future. And cash, food, first aid supplies, guns and ammo for the present.
posted on 02/07/2011 5:46:10 AM PST
by Terry Mross
(We need a SECOND party.)
Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual
posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its
management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the
exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.
FreeRepublic.com is powered by software copyright 2000-2008 John Robinson