It's as if the attack on our embassy in Cairo never even happened!
On September 11th radical protesters ripped the American flag from the pole outside our embassy in Cairo, Egypt and put the black banner of radical Islam in it's place. This signal set off worldwide attacks on our embassies in Muslim countries. The President of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi, belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood, remained silent for days following the attacks. Later, in English on Twitter the Brotherhood condemned violent attacks while in Arabic urged supporters to renew their protests.
Prior to his visit to the United Nations Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood President Morsi defended the rights of radical protesters while insisting that the free speech rights of American citizens who the Brotherhood deems slanders Islam should be restricted. In an interview with the New York Times Morsi dictated terms for a better relationship with the U.S. which amounts to U.S. surrender to radical Arab demands.
Right on cue, President Obama issued a call for immediate financial aid to Egypt. The initial request is $450 million which could later rise to one billion.
Meanwhile, questions about the attacks in Libya which left our Ambassador and four other Americans dead go unanswered.
Once again, the question arises: whose side is Obama on?