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In the fourth part of our continuing “unravel” series we asked a question which we are pleased to note is increasingly being asked, “Why Won’t Obama Demand Morsi Resign?”:
“Why won’t Barack Obama demand Morsi resign? Egyptian demonstrations? Check. Violence in the streets? Check. Government officials resigning in protest? Check. Egyptian government institutions such as the military and judiciary threatened? Check. Why won’t Obama demand that Morsi resign?Since we wrote those words Egyptian media have joined the protests, the Judiciary as well, and protestors have been shot dead in the streets. Obama? Obama is still bowing to Morsi.
The only difference between Mubarak and Morsi we see is that Morsi is an Islamic extremist. Why won’t Barack Obama demand Morsi resign?”
Today, David Ignatius tries to explain the disgusting intercourse Obama is engaged in with Morsi while at the same time helping dismantle one of the most embarrassing pro-Obama arguments in answer to our question “Why won’t Obama demand that Morsi resign?”.
Ignatius asks the right questions:
Hugh Jackman will always be Wolverine from the X-Men films. And he's supposed to be gearing up for another shot at the role. But last night, he was on "60 Minutes" (link is video). I'll warn you, it's a snooze of a report. Scott Pelley is awful and his voice is like a sleeping pill. If you can stay awake inspite of Pelley, you will not be disappointed.
In more action news, "The Hollywood Reporter" reports Becky Johnston has been hired to take a swipe at the script for a "Salt" sequel. I'd love to see a sequel to "Salt" and I don't think I'm alone there. Remember, at the end of the movie, she jumps out of the helicopter.
I wouldn't mind a sequel of "Wanted" either but she dies in that. Maybe a pre-quel?
And lastly, Netflix. The Disney deal will take three years for new releases to start showing up. But they have already posted "The Aristocrats" and "Dumbo" as well as lesser films like "The Rescuers Down Under."
If they can get the original Disney live actions like "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes" and "That Darn Cat," the deal will mean something immediately.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"