Barack Hussein Obama, the Pharaoh of Chicago. Has a nice ring to it out there, doesn’t it? Pharaoh of Chicago, telling us everything is cool. Hey, look, folks, if the industry of talk radio was responsible for Tucson, how about blaming Obama’s Cairo speech for this? Yeah, have you seen, folks, the liberals, the Democrats, the media seem to be more embracing of the Muslim Brotherhood than the Tea Party movement. Have you noticed that? I have. And I’m gonna tell you something else. I don’t care who you talk to and what they say. Right now nobody understands yet whether any of this is good or bad for the United States, and that’s what’s missing in all this, and that is, what’s good for the United States and our interests in this, nobody knows. I don’t care what expert you listen to, there’s not a soul that can tell you. We could be looking at one of two things —
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There was an uprising in Iran in 2009. It didn’t amount to much because the regime here didn’t support it. You may have forgotten that. Just two years ago there was some average, ordinary citizens in Iran who wanted to get rid of the mullahs and wanted to get rid of Ahmadinejad, and the regime here didn’t support it. A lot of people are hoping that’s what this is. It is the Muslim Brotherhood, but what’s really known about ’em? They claim they’re for democracy and all that, but that could be a smoke screen. On the other hand, we have said from the get-go that if you wanted the second term of Jimmy Carter, elect Barack Obama, and here we are, and what happened in the first term of Jimmy Carter? We lost Iran to a bunch of radical Islamist extremists. Are we looking at the second term of Jimmy Carter here, losing Egypt to a bunch of radicalized Islamist extremists?Continue reading on www.rushlimbaugh.com