…just kidding, they’re still the New York Post.


11 Responses to New York Post Takes the High Road with Egypt

  1. Billy The Kidd says:

    The best newspaper in America,and one of the only newspapers with a growing circulation.Conservatism is growing !!!! Just wait till 2012 when the Conservatives take control of the White house,and the US Senate.You are going to se a major fundamental shift in America!!! Just 2 short years ahead.

  2. Will King says:

    I love a good Post front page.

  3. JGR says:

    #1, keep dreaming, Chief.

  4. Robare says:

    30 years and approx. $70 billion tax dollars went to Egypt. For what? What did we get in return? All of the nations in the Middle East can go to the hot place as far as I am concerned. No, no it is not “That’s a wrap” its “That’s a trap” and the middle east is a lot of cr–.

  5. M.L. Cullen says:

    Should put that on a T-shirt.

  6. M.L. Cullen says:

    Roberes comment that is.

  7. D2 says:

    Funny. BTW, is .75¢ a lot for a newspaper?

  8. Billy The Kidd says:

    #3,I’m not dreaming at all !!!! Are you living under a rock. Obama has ZERO chance of being re-elected.By the way,all you Liberals said the same thing last summer when I predicted a massive loss in Nov for the Democrats. That was just a warm-up.2012 is going to be an absolutely devastating and catastrophic loss the likes you have never seen before for the Democrats[Great for America].Barry was the greatest thing that ever happened to the Republican party.

  9. jakester says:

    Still believe they should freeze his assets till they find out much US aid he embezzled. What’s he hiding 70 billion? From being president of a broke country?

  10. jakester says:

    Kev, thanks, couldn’t happen to a nicer guy, maybe justice will be served.

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