United States Foreign Policy: Egypt

Posted by courage On February - 15 - 2011

The interview yesterday with  guest  Niall Ferguson (Professor of History at Harvard) on MSNBC  garnered well deserved attention attention across the internet. This is the full unedited version:

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Anyone who has watched the floundering of the Obama administration during the last two weeks, knows exactly what the Professor is speaking about.  The entire panel on the Morning Joe set seem uncomfortable with the analysis Mr. Ferguson offers.  But what can be expected from a cast of characters who drank Kool-Aid, only knowing how fawn over the One we’ve been waiting for pResident.  I wonder how soon the Professor will be asked back as a guest to provide historical analysis?

Indeed Professor Ferguson, touchy, feelie speeches are not a substitute for having a strategy.

One Response to “United States Foreign Policy: Egypt”

  1. geno says:

    I want to be like Niall Ferguson when I grow up!
    Apparently MSNBC was as un-prepared for Mr. Ferguson as Obama is in regard to foreign policy.

    “Can’t make up the foreign policy of a Super Power as you go along”