Sher Zieve
Obama tires of destroying USA--turns to Egypt
By Sher Zieve
February 4, 2011

The awkward, anti-American and increasingly dangerous team of Tweedledum and Tweedledee are now leading the USA even more quickly toward its ultimate demise. For years former Delaware Democrat Senator and now, embarrassingly, Vice President Joe Biden — aka "Tweedledee" — has made gaffe after gaffe (the latest in his repertoire is "I would not refer to him [Mubarak] as a dictator") that the leftist media have merely brushed off as "that's just Joe." Biden also said that Mubarak should not step down and "We're encouraging the protesters to — as they assemble, do it peacefully. And we're encouraging the government to act responsibly and — and to try to engage in a discussion as to what the legitimate claims being made are, if they are, and try to work them out."

On the flip side, Biden's partner in crime Obama (aka "Tweedledum") is saying just the opposite, as he actively calls for Mubarak to step down immediately. This action, of course, has the strong potential of bringing the Muslim Brotherhood (the organization that has been called by Middle-East experts the "Mother ship of Islamic terrorism") into central power in Egypt. Apparently, that's what Obama wants for Egypt — to become an Islamic nation. Obama continues to insinuate himself into Egypt's political system — and to make matters worse — when he continues to demand that Mubarak not crack down on the Egyptian protestors, irrespective of violence in the region. Further, Obama has come out for the Muslim Brotherhood (and his regime has played down and minimized its extreme Islamist nature). It's pretty apparent that Obama has become just a bit bored with destroying America so he's decided to step into the fray and help with the elimination of another country. Hmmm. Isn't the joining in by a POTUS to overthrow another government — especially an acknowledged ally of the USA — considered illegal? Is it simply another of the Obama regime's Jihads? It's most certainly bad form. Or is it that he believes he has — already — completely destroyed our country and needs to take his vile policies to others?

We have already seen that the Obama regime refuses to follow the orders of US federal judges. Question: If he really is a usurper (as he strongly appears to be), does he even have to follow US law? After losing an appeal for a 6 month ban on drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, Obama still refused to reinstate drilling. He also ignored the appeals court panel's decision — which ruled against him. Most recently, US District Judge Roger Vinson declared ObamaCare unconstitutional and, therefore, null and void. In his decision on the 26-State request for ObamaCare, Judge Vinson ruled it unconstitutional and "void," then stated that his ruling is "the functional equivalent of an injunction." Not even waiting until it files an appeal and a judgment is effected, the increasingly lawless Obama regime has chosen to also ignore Judge Vinson's lawful decision.

In case after case (including the New Black Panthers' case), the Obama regime has been acting and continues to act in a completely criminal and anarchistic way.

Is there no Congress person or Senator left who is honorable, wants our country to survive as a Republic, and has the cojones to stop Dictator-in-Chief and Mob Boss Obama? Are there still those in power who believe in the US Constitution and the rule of US law? Is anyone left who thinks that We-the-People are still in charge and not some group of anti-American tin-pot tyrants who would enslave us all? And last, is there anyone with enough courage to stand up to Obama, or must we who care about this country's survival continue to be the only voices of freedom and liberty left — until the Obama forcibly stops us? Anyone?

Joe Biden says Egypt's Mubarak no dictator, he shouldn't step down:

Obama Calls On Mubarak to Hand Over Power Immediately:

Muslim Brotherhood Mother Ship of Jihadi terrorism:

The threat: The Muslim Brotherhood:

Obama calls on Mubarak, asks to halt crackdown on protestors:

© Sher Zieve


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