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U.S. 'Paid a Price' on Egypt
Posted on 10/07/2011 7:48:44 AM PDT by AfricanChristian
n a blunt assessment, President Obamas first national security adviser told a private audience this week that there is a chasm between the United States and its Gulf Arab allies that has yet to heal since the White House very publicly ushered Egypts president out of power in February.
Retired Marine Gen. James Jones, who served as national security adviser in 2009-10, told a private meeting at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that the United States Persian Gulf allies interpret the presidents handling of the Egyptian revolution as a sign that Washington will dump their monarchies or governments if enough demonstrators take to their streets, according to a recording of the speech reviewed by The Daily Beast.
We have paid a price, Jones said of the decision to call for Hosni Mubaraks ouster. Our policy with regard to Mubarak as interpreted by some of our closest Arab allies in the Gulf has not gone over well.
(Excerpt) Read more at thedailybeast.com ...
TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: arabworld; egypt; us
No we will be paying a price from now on, obummer proved to the world, that NATO would throw any and everybody ass under the bus. American agreements are just so much wiping paper.
posted on 10/07/2011 7:54:11 AM PDT
(Just another heartless American, hated by Perry and his fellow democrats.)
all in the interest of obama’s jihad
posted on 10/07/2011 7:55:14 AM PDT
(ruling class dem + rino progressives -- destroying america for 150 years.)
posted on 10/07/2011 7:55:37 AM PDT
by Iron Munro
(Obama's secret: Once you learn to fake sincerity you've got it made)
To: Iron Munro
LOL! thanks for the laugh!
posted on 10/07/2011 7:58:32 AM PDT
(Anarchy IS the strategy of the forces of darkness!)
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