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Should we fear panic, should we get on knees and cry because the Muslims are revolting against the days of old. HELL NO! Others would say this is just bad, that spontaneous freedom is the worst thing to happen in the Middle East, these people (republicans, patriots, tea party,  and every God fearing person that says their God is the only God ) are just shouting from the mountain top that if we let the people chose their own path, we’ll put America in danger and end all life as we know it!

 

BULLSHIT ! Let’s not forget, America was the one that appointed these heartless bastards to power in the first place and how’s that gone for us? But let’s not kid ourselves, are main issue isn’t about how harmful this would be to Egypt, Libya etc. to push for a democratic state with terrorist in the country. It’s about the oil, with a new head of state, they might try to screw the U.S and raise the prices and we can’t have that now can we.

 

And a lot of republicans will use the middle east as a good old fashion scare tactic to push for drilling in the U.S. Don’t believe me, see for yourself.

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 A lot of “people” ( read the first paragraph to see who they are )  have asked, who was behind the protest, who was behind the uprising. That’s an easy question to answer, the YOUTH, the new generation, they’re sick of being held down. It’s the reason they went to the lengths they could, just  to stand against the regime. They want freedom, the same freedom Bush was forcing down the throats of the people in Iraq. But, let’s go off course for awhile and let’s have a chuckle, let’s hear what Sarah Palin thinks about the whole Egypt situation.

 

 

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( Sarah Palin, the clown that makes us laugh )

 

In the end, we can’t be scared of change. Freedom isn’t controlled, let’s not forget way back in the day, a group of radicals stood up to the old regime and pushed to be a democratic state.  1775 ring a bell. Peace out my fellow GC readers.