Egypt Uprising P.3 U.S. MEDIA HYPOCRISY, Mubarak Jon Stewart Daily Show Colbert Islam-ophobia





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Islamophobia for Dummies, Egypt Uprising part 3, U.S. media hypocrisy and taking credit for revolutions. Featuring funny clips from Jon Stewart, The Daily Show, Stephen Colbert, The Colbert Report, Hosni Mubarak, Egyptian Revolution, Ha'aretz, Israel, Liz Trotta, Fox News, American attention span, Brian Williams, NBC Nightly News, gas prices, Democracy Now, Mona Eltahawy, revolt, uprising, revolution, chaos, unrest, crisis, tyrant of 30 years, are americans safe, artifacts, CNN, Anderson Cooper punched 10 times in the head, pro-Mubarak supporters, the Jersey Shore, violence against foreign journalists, if I'm going to get stampeded and punched in the head, it had better be at the prime rib buffet, tight black Donna Karan, U.N. peacekeepers, Cooper, tense, vehicle attacked, window smashed, you're reign has ended, goon squads, Mubarak was a lying liar that tells lies, L.A. Times, demonstrably untrue, objective reality, credit, Bush administration, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, American University in Cairo, Team George W. Bush, Team Local Conditions, Team Barrack Obama, President Bush, spreading democracy, USA, Now let's go knock down some statues, Asif Mandvi, Bush Doctrine, Brian Kilmeade, Fox News, George W. Bush, freedom, Middle East, Tony Blaire, didn't invent freedom, people in the Middle East can't handle democracy, appreciate its forced import, President Barrack Obama, 2009 speech in Cairo, Jedi President, this is not the dictator you're looking for, the White House, Press Secretary Jay Carney, tearing down a statue of the tyrant Mubarak, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, Twitter, Google, social media sites, why did we invade Iraq, why not poke them, see an orangutan pee into his own mouth, Al Qaeda, CNN, David Gergen, credit to Egyptian people, pets.com, freedom fries, Jdate, never called for Mubarak to step down, supported Mubarak for 30 years, British Journalist Robert Fisk,
"One of the blights of history will now involve a U.S. President who held out his hand to the Islamic world, and then clenched his fist when it fought a dictatorship and demanded democracy."

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