Can Anyone Explain to Me Why John McCain Thinks He’s Still Relevant?
Middle-East policy expert Senator John McCain shares his deep thoughts on the continuing melt-down in Egypt.
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., talked down fear of the Muslim Brotherhood’s control in Egypt, as he defended United States foreign aid to Egypt, suggesting that secularists might block the worst forms of Sharia law.
“I’m not clear whether — how the Muslim Brotherhood is going to be,” McCain told Sean Hannity last night. “There are other representatives in parliament [but not for much longer]. I know that they will be an elected government,” he said.
Without John’s deep knowledge of foreign affairs [Remember John was a BIG supporter of the Libyan fiasco and that's turning out really good], I never would have known about the different kinds of Sharia Law. See I thought there was only
Dante’s Inferno Sharia Law, not different kinds….
McCain struck an optimistic tone when Hannity observed that the Egyptian people support Sharia law. “Well, first of all, I’m not clear what kind of Sharia law they are going to impose,” the senator said. “There are many secular and democratically inclined people who were part of that government,” he noted.
Hope as a strategy?
But he also acknowledged that there “extremists” in Egyptian parliament, who “hopefully . . . will not achieve power.”
McRino is even dumber than I thought then. How difficult is it for anyone with access to U.S. government intelligence to realize that the Muslim Brotherhood’s rise to power in Egypt or anywhere else is not a good thing for Western Civilization. When they come to power in Belgium or Spain in a few generations, McStupid won’t be around to pretend he didn’t have anything to do with it, but his daughter will probably still be appearing on television, telling us to be calm and not to worry, because the Muslim Brotherhood is still evolving into a liberal force for change.
Never again speak to me about John McCain being some great “war hero”. Too many years in DC has left John McCain noting more than a modern-day Neville Chamberlain.
via Washington Examiner.