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Birds fo a feather

Reader comment on item: 140,000 Canisters of U.S. Teargas to Egypt's Morsi

Submitted by Doug Mayfield (United States), Apr 14, 2013 at 14:09

Mr. Pipes calls attention to a shocking example of a trend in US foreign policy to support authoritarian regimes. Obama is a socialist which means that he and those he appoints to positions of importance in his administration are intellectually in tune with the Castros and Chavezs of the world, their heirs, and any regime driven by Islam such as that of Morsi in Egypt. As long the Democrats hold the White house, you will see more of this.

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