Pinging to you, Doughty One!
Here’s the Truth you were talking about on the Lybian thread.
We’ve lept from the frying pan into the fire.
Well, the people of Egypt sure have.
Others have noted it here too, but people should remember, the Obama administration started talking about “transition” within 48 hours of the unrest there.
He never did talk about it with regard to Iran. He isn’t talking about it now with regard to Libya.
If we had had a strong leader, he would have urged a slower pace on the Egyptian people. Mubarak’s call for a slow transition wasn’t totally in his own best interest.
The lights are going out across Northern Africa and the Middle-East.
One can look at this as going back 500 years, or entering into another dark period for mankind. Either way, the global ripple will be pronounced.
As a result of what has already taken place, I look for Bahrain and Saudi Arabia to be on very shaky ground.
Forget about $5 a gallon gas. How does $15 dollars a gallon sound?
Yea, freedom, rah rah rah. We’ll see how much the light of freedom explodes from this mess.