Ann Coulter At CPAC, 2011 (Full Video)

OMG! Ann Coulter hammers the left and Janet Napolitano, among other topics, in her unbelievably snarky way that will sure to make readers laugh out loud. Enjoy!

Q & A Session:

What’s Next For Egypt? (2.10.2011)

What’s Next For Egypt? (2.10.2011)

Egypt Today, 2.10.2011

With the coalition of islamic jihadists, American marxists, communists, and anti-capitalists using the Egyptian youth as a hammer, one can only wonder how long before Egypt looks like Iran in 1979?  (H/T RedLemur for the visual idea.)

From NY Times:

Mubarak Refuses to Step Down

Suleiman Tells Furious Crowds to Go Home

Wired and Shrewd, Young Egyptians Guide Revolt

Headlines from Drudge:

Mubarak Hangs Tough...
VP Urges Protestors to Ignore Media, and Go Home...
AL-JAZEERA LIVE FEED...
CIA Panetta Confused: Said Strong likelihood Mubarak would 'step down tonight'...
March to palace being organized...
REUTERS LIVE...

AYFKM?: The Hubris Of McCain, Kerry, And The Senate

AYFKM?  Even dopey corporate owned moo that I am, I understand good manners…this ain’t it…

From TheHill.com

Kerry, McCain pass resolution calling for transition in Egypt

Two key senators offered and passed a resolution on Thursday that calls for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to hand over power to a caretaker government.

The resolution offered by Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) also call for elections and urges that Egypt’s military demonstrate “maximum professionalism and restraint” in working to restore order.

In a floor speech, McCain warned that the situation in Egypt could turn into a “genuine massacre.”

“We cannot afford that, and we must do everything in our power to see that it stops,” McCain said. “This is a seminal moment in the history of the Middle East and the world. We are seeing an uprising and a movement that spread across the entire Middle East.”

McCain called for Mubarak to give up power on Wednesday following a meeting at the White House with President Obama.

Protests in the streets of Cairo on Thursday were violent for a second day in a row as forces loyal to and against Mubarak’s government battled in the streets.

Kerry said all stakeholders in Egypt must respect human rights.

“We urge the parties involved to take every step possible to avoid violence and to respect the rights of the people in Egypt to assemble, to express their rights, to fight for and demonstrate for a transition in their lives and in their country,” said Kerry.

This is the first resolution to be offered by any senators on the crisis in Egypt. Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) and Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) quickly joined as cosponsors.

The Senate passed the resolution by unanimous consent Thursday night.

1. Do you think a dictator with a 30 year run cares what these ass-clowns think?

2. I wonder how much more pissed the Egyptian people will be when they hear of this arrogance.

3. When will the U.S. Federal Government understand that they aren’t all that and that they can’t just do whatever they want, wherever they want, whenever they want?

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