Obama muddles ahead

Amidst anarchy in Egypt and rumors that Hosni Mubarak plans to step down so that Mohamed ElBaradei, supposed "point man" for the "outlawed" Muslim Brotherhood, can seize control of the reformed Egyptian government, in an effort to reassure a tense world President Barack Obama finally took to the stage with an update on the crisis in Egypt. Somber and in control, Barack assured the people that in between basketball games and cocktail parties for political advisors, his "administration has been in close contact with our Egyptian counterparts and a broad range of the Egyptian people, as well as others across the region and across the globe." Then Obama, a man who seems to lack core values, gave his word that when it comes to Egypt, "a set of core principles" leads the way.The President espoused opposition to violence, commended the Egyptian military for "professionalism and patriotism," and thanked them for "allowing peaceful...(Read Full Post)