Comment by Jim Campbell
Earlier in the month I left the following challenge to those who visited this site.
What has happened to the Muslim cowards that visit this page?
On August 15th I issued a challenge to the followers of the cult, Islam.
The number of visits daily have been consistent. Not one of the cowards who profess to know about the wonders of Allah has answered my questions.
Their silence is deafening while speaking more than the words of the Qur’an.
Islam is but a metastatic tumor, incompatible with life. Those trapped by this cult see no way of leaving. Some there claim Islam is wonderful and that I don’t understand this wonderful religion.
When Mubarak ran Israel, it was a democracy albeit a dictatorial one.
A Democracy is nothing more than two wolves talking with a lamb about what’s for dinner. At least with Mubarak, he had a hands off policy against Israel and ran a non sectarian government.
Forgive me if I’m not all that excited that the Muslim Brotherhood now in control with its Sharia law will do well by some major U.S. corporations. Sounds like bribery to me.
In the end, it works out well for Obama and his Muslim brothers.
As far as how the Arab spring went for the U.S., just as Obama planned.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
Wall Street Journal
CAIRO—A delegation of more than 100 American business leaders is touring Cairo this week, part of a White House-led effort to burnish Egypt’s image as an investment destination and help restore the country’s flagging economy.
The delegation forms the crux of a wider U.S.-led effort to prevent the economy of Egypt—which Washington sees as an important security ally—from becoming more destabilized.
Washington and Cairo are in the midst of negotiating the terms for about $1 billion in debt relief and U.S. diplomats have said they are nudging the International Monetary Fund toward extending a $4.8 billion loan to Egypt’s government.
Egypt’s newly inaugurated president and prime minister on Sunday reassured regional executives from U.S. firms including ExxonMobil, XOM +1.05% Coca-Cola Cos. KO -0.66% and Pfizer Inc. PFE -0.41% that they plan to restore the kind of political stability and growth that had made Egypt a regional economic champion before its revolution early last year.