U.S. Officials Giving Mixed Signals About Way Forward in Egypt
Anti-government protestors pray in Tahrir Square, in Cairo, Egypt, Feb. 4. As Egypt teeters between a state of political reform and anarchy, U.S. officials are giving increasingly mixed signals about what steps should be taken to bring the country back from the brink.
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#1 Feb 5, 2011
BHO was and is consistently inconsistent in statements on many topics.
He is, however, consistenly consistent on increasing the deficit and the debt. He follows Everett Dirksen's dictum, "I am a man of principle and my first principle is flexibility."
So whateve he says in regarad to Egypt, he wil be consistent in saying the opposite shortly.
And therein his appeal lies.
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