Skip to comments.Obama backs Muslim Brotherhood again (Romney Wrong on Syria)
Posted on 05/29/2012 8:38:03 PM PDT by man_in_tx
JERUSALEM In the latest Arab Spring uprising, the U.S. is backing protesters, many of whom, informed Middle Eastern security officials tell WND, are now pressing to openly announce an affiliation with the Muslim Brotherhood.
The Syrian opposition has been plagued by infighting, with competing divisions sparring with each other even since the movement began in September of last year....
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Granted the incumbents are very weak, but what is there to gain by helping to overthrow a tired old family-owned Muslim tyranny and replace it with a fanatical, virile, Muslim-Brotherhood-backed regime (as has happened in Egypt, Libya, and -- now -- is about to happen in Syria. (Watch Jordan.. it will be next!)
So, where are these twits (McCain, Rubio, Romney) getting their talking points? Please don't tell me any of them has a clue about the internal workings of Syria or of the rebel groups fighting for control.
My theory: They are getting their cues from the likes of the Bilderbergers, Bushes, etc.
Funny: They agree with Hillary Clinton.
Think about it: Christians in Syria prefer the current regime, but McCain, Rubio, and Romney want to throw them under the bus to curry favor with the globalist crowd.
See how the Christians in Egypt are getting treated since the "Arab Spring" arrived.
No vote for Romney here after this shenanigan.
He’s sending a clear message about Islam!
If the GOPe wanted it, Romney would turn on a dime.
Romney is striving to secure the “Stupid Party” award for the twenty third year in a row.
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