Excuse me there, Skippy. Is this something new to you or is this something you have already known about but was too afraid to say something about this earlier? I have known that the jerk-off D'ohBama had no "street creds" at least from 2004 when I first heard about this cracker-jack nimrod.
Can you feel the Trumpets?
"In the Middle East, rarely is there something new," Aaron David Miller told the CBS News Weekend Roundup.
"This is new."
Miller, for decades a United States government mediator in the region and now writing books in Washington at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, sees the revolt in Tunisia - that forced a pro-Western, anti-terrorism president to leave after thirty years in power - as a pattern that challenges American interests.
Egypt's unrest, so soon after Tunisia's, shows "no question, there is a trend line," Miller said.
But he questions whether it unfold gradually, in manageable steps, or "are we on the cusp of fundamental change in Egypt that would then affect other regimes in the region? It's a very scary and very uncertain period."
The Snooper Report.
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