Dear Readers: For those of you wondering how an avid Egyptologist became a Tea Party activist, wonder no more. Iowahawk blog has the answer!
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Took the wife out for a drive on Mother’s Day, when we suddenly spotted this lost Egyptian pyramid on country road outside Gurnee IL.
What could it mean? An underworld portal to the sarcophagus of Amon-Ra? Cleopatra’s secret communication station linking the Tea Party to the space pharaohs?
I am afraid it must remain a mystery. As soon as we took these pictures, we fled in terror
With the successful revolution in Egypt yesterday, I think my readers have a much better appreciation of the scope of my powers! Speaking of that, here is the latest from Egypt Daily News:
Adly Mansour, Egypt’s new interim president, swore the oath of office in front of Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court on Thursday morning, formalizing a whirlwind insurrection that brought millions of Egyptians onto the streets and overturned an Islamist president that only days ago had seemed immutable.
Mr. Mansour swore his oath hours after Egyptian security forces moved briskly to arrest and detain hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood leaders—the powerful Islamist organization that has dominated Egyptian elections over the past two years.
Mohammed Morsi, Egypt’s ousted president, was reportedly in police custody on Thursday morning after he refused to step down from his post on the orders of Gen. Abdel Fattah Al Sisi on Wednesday night.
And for the idiots at CNN and the elite America media who see yesterday’s events as a “coup” instead of a revolution, I have 3 points to make:
1) There were no true elections in Egypt in the first place — the Muslim Brotherhood was the only opposition party to the Mubarak candidate that had the funding and organization to win.
2) Morsi led to the other opposition groups leaders to consolidate power, making promises he did not intend to keep. Funny how people like their leaders to keep their promises.
3) Here is the view of the average Egyptian, graphically expressed: