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-Apparently she has ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and is influencing the Obama Administration policy in
Egypt

- Five GOP members of the House sent a letter to the state department asking for an investigation.

- Rush lays out the conspiracy below

RUSH: I checked the e-mail during the break, "You were going to tell us about Egypt." I am going to tell you about Egypt. It's not as important right now as it was at the end of the program. Here's all you need to know about it. ,Huma Abedin Mrs. Anthony Weiner, Mrs. Huma Weiner, she is Hillary Clinton's number one aide. And Huma's mother is best friends with the new First Lady of Egypt, the wife of the new Muslim Brotherhood guy, Morsi. That's really all you need to know. But there's much more to know.

That's why Hillary is out celebrating the Brotherhood. That's why Hillary is joining Obama in telling the military to give it up for the Brotherhood guy. Because Huma's mom, there's actually a group, the Muslim Sisterhood, essentially, that is an offshoot of the Brotherhood. And Huma's mom is best friends with the new so-called First Lady of Egypt, who is also a member of the Sisterhood. Folks, it's Peyton Place. It's too much to keep up with.

response by John McCain

To say that the accusations made in both documents are not substantiated by the evidence they offer is to be overly polite and diplomatic about it,” McCain said. “It is far better, and more accurate, to talk straight: These allegations about Huma, and the report from which they are drawn, are nothing less than an unwarranted and unfounded attack on an honorable woman, a dedicated American, and a loyal public servant. …

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/07 ... z20zxKk7EA
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broman wrote:response by John McCain

To say that the accusations made in both documents are not substantiated by the evidence they offer is to be overly polite and diplomatic about it,” McCain said. “It is far better, and more accurate, to talk straight: These allegations about Huma, and the report from which they are drawn, are nothing less than an unwarranted and unfounded attack on an honorable woman, a dedicated American, and a loyal public servant. …

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/07 ... z20zxKk7EA
That's the thing I liked the most about John McCain. He didn't put up with nonsense by members of his own party.
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Where is Joe McCarthy when you need him? :steam:

What is it about some politicians who need a boogeyman to justify their existence?
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Vilepagan wrote:
That's the thing I liked the most about John McCain. He didn't put up with nonsense by members of his own party.
Agree on that VP. That would have been a nice quality to have in a President don't you think?
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OldMan wrote:Agree on that VP. That would have been a nice quality to have in a President don't you think?
Yes I do. As I've said before, I contemplated voting for McCain, but the whole Palin thing destroyed any chance of that. During the last election I read the wiki page on McCain and his has a great anecdote about him:

In 1982, McCain ran as a Republican for an open seat in Arizona's 1st congressional district. A newcomer to the state, McCain was hit with charges of being a carpetbagger. McCain responded to a voter making that charge with what a Phoenix Gazette columnist would later describe as "the most devastating response to a potentially troublesome political issue I've ever heard":

"Listen, pal. I spent 22 years in the Navy. My father was in the Navy. My grandfather was in the Navy. We in the military service tend to move a lot. We have to live in all parts of the country, all parts of the world. I wish I could have had the luxury, like you, of growing up and living and spending my entire life in a nice place like the First District of Arizona, but I was doing other things. As a matter of fact, when I think about it now, the place I lived longest in my life was Hanoi."

Ouch.

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Vilepagan wrote:
That's the thing I liked the most about John McCain. He didn't put up with nonsense by members of his own party.

You probably also liked it that he almost switched to the DNC (and I think two different times)... Yeah, McCain is a real strong *Republican*...

The guy is an a-hole IMO.
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Hanna wrote:Where is Joe McCarthy when you need him? :steam:

What is it about some politicians who need a boogeyman to justify their existence?
No kidding.
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kramer wrote:

You probably also liked it that he almost switched to the DNC (and I think two different times)... Yeah, McCain is a real strong *Republican*...

The guy is an a-hole IMO.
All the more reason to like him. Thanks for posting that.
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Hanna wrote:Where is Joe McCarthy when you need him? :steam:

What is it about some politicians who need a boogeyman to justify their existence?
I know you won't reply to this but, what's your issue with McCarthy?
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kramer wrote:
I know you won't reply to this but, what's your issue with McCarthy?
McCarthy did nothing wrong if one believes the 5th Amendment shouldn't apply to congressional committee hearings.
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“Rarely do I come to the floor of this institution to discuss particular individuals,” McCain said at the beginning of his remarks. “But I understand how painful and injurious it is when a person’s character, reputation and patriotism are attacked without concern for fact or fairness.”

McCain called Abedin a friend and a devoted public servant, and denounced what he called “sinister” accusations. The charges “are nothing less than an unwarranted and unfounded attack on an honorable woman, a dedicated American and a loyal public servant,” McCain said. “These attacks on Huma have no logic, no basis and no merit. And they need to stop now.”

The Arizona senator chastised his fellow Republicans for distorting what it means to be an American.

“This is about who we are as a nation, and who we still aspire to be. . . . When anyone, not least a member of Congress, launches specious and degrading attacks against fellow Americans on the basis of nothing more than fear of who they are and ignorance of what they stand for, it defames the spirit of our nation, and we all grow poorer because of it.”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/ ... story.html

Well said, Senator. =D>
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Vilepagan wrote: Well said, Senator. =D>
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Vilepagan wrote:“Rarely do I come to the floor of this institution to discuss particular individuals,” McCain said at the beginning of his remarks. “But I understand how painful and injurious it is when a person’s character, reputation and patriotism are attacked without concern for fact or fairness.”

McCain called Abedin a friend and a devoted public servant, and denounced what he called “sinister” accusations. The charges “are nothing less than an unwarranted and unfounded attack on an honorable woman, a dedicated American and a loyal public servant,” McCain said. “These attacks on Huma have no logic, no basis and no merit. And they need to stop now.”

The Arizona senator chastised his fellow Republicans for distorting what it means to be an American.

“This is about who we are as a nation, and who we still aspire to be. . . . When anyone, not least a member of Congress, launches specious and degrading attacks against fellow Americans on the basis of nothing more than fear of who they are and ignorance of what they stand for, it defames the spirit of our nation, and we all grow poorer because of it.”

http://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/ ... story.html

Well said, Senator. =D>
Saleha Mahmood Abedin, the mother of Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff [Huma Abedin], reportedly served in the women’s division of the Muslim Brotherhood alongside the wife of Egypt’s new president, the Brotherhood’s Mohammed Mursi [Morsi].

http://www.wnd.com/2012/06/hillary-tied ... ent/print/
Meeting of the SI Special Committee on the Arab World Crete, 28-29 October 2011
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

EGYPT Midan Movement Mohamed Morsi
http://www.socialistinternational.org/i ... sCrete.pdf
If this 'Midan Movement's' Morsi is the same Morsi that just got elected to Egypt, then this is a connection between the State Department and SocialistInternational.org. And as such, I can see why McCain is upset...
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kramer wrote:
If this 'Midan Movement's' Morsi is the same Morsi that just got elected to Egypt, then this is a connection between the State Department and SocialistInternational.org. And as such, I can see why McCain is upset...
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There has been nothing put forth that supports any connection between the two parties involved.

The belief that this woman is connected to the Muslim Brotherhood is just as realistic as believing there is muslim infiltration of the conservative because Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist's wife is of middle eastern descent.

Yet conservatives don't seem too concerned about that connection.
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rush wrote:Here's all you need to know about it. ,Huma Abedin Mrs. Anthony Weiner, Mrs. Huma Weiner, she is Hillary Clinton's number one aide. And Huma's mother is best friends with the new First Lady of Egypt, the wife of the new Muslim Brotherhood guy, Morsi. That's really all you need to know. But there's much more to know.
This is a problem? Sounds like an advantage to me.

Oh. Sorry. I guess I'm asking for more than I need to know.
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