Thursday, September 13, 2012

Not a music break

The Middle East is erupting.

This latest eruption began on the eleventh anniversary of 9/11.

Our embassies are under attack in Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, and God only knows where else.


6 comments:

Always On Watch said...

This song has been running through my head a lot since the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Cairo.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Turn those places to glass.

Brooke said...

This song, too.

Leticia said...

Send the rain, after pulling out our Americans.

The song is fitting.

And Obama apologizes.

Thersites said...

How much do you think that the main reason for our problems in the ME today is that the 60's Left mistook the Palestinians for African Americans under Jim Crow... not realizing what a pack of violent scumbags the Pseudostinians really were...

They probably STILL think that GW Bush was Bull Connor.

Ducky's here said...

Let's review:

Libya -- There has been considerable backlash against the attack and support for the U.S. The pro-Qadaffi militia HQ was over run.

Egypt -- Bunch of unemployed black shirts let off steam. Obama subtly gave the word to cut the crap. Egyptian government got the message. Demonstrations stop.

Tunisia -- Another situation similar to Egypt. Lot of unrest due to critical economic problems. The embassy was a target of frustration.

Now it's pretty much down to Pakistan where we have a practice of killing civilians unilaterally so we can't pretend our poop doesn't stink.