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Pamela Geller, left. Right: Egyptian army armored vehicles patrol a street in Cairo following protests in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011.

The blogger who still loves Mubarak

Pamela Geller cheers for mass arrests, worries that Obama will throw our “ally” under the bus


While some conservatives fancifully imagine that George W. Bush’s foreign policy misadventures led to these demonstrations in the Arab world, and while others acknowledge that Mubarak is awful but the rest of those Muslims are even worse, one prominent conservative blogger is openly rooting for the repressive Mubarak regime to survive: Pamela “Atlas Shrugs” Geller.

Last night, a classic Geller headline: “GOOD NEWS: EGYPT ARRESTS MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD LEADERS.”

In other words, members of the opposition were swept up and jailed in preparation for a day of demonstrations against the authoritatian government. And this opposition group was not even involved in the initial protests, though they joined in the ongoing demonstrations that began on Friday. “It’s a good preventative measure no matter who wins this power struggle,” Geller wrote.

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  1. hey your hot for an old hag but the huntas going down enjoy the world order

  2. hey your hot for an old hag but the huntas going down enjoy the new world order. there that’s better.

  3. hey while were at it old hag check out the newz

  4. hey old hag you dish it out but you can’t take it…….hehehe

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