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Old 01-31-2011, 10:03 PM
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Default Mike Lupica Political Expert Claims ElBaradei is Egypt's Democratic Hero, a Fearless

Mike Lupica, the NY Daily News sports writer is now a political expert as he writes an article claiming that Mohammed ElBaradei is Egypt's Thomas Jefferson, a man of the people, a fearless Democratic hero who stood up to Bush and Cheney on Iraq, of course Lupica makes no mention of how Iran's nuclear weapons program continued to succeed under ElBaradei's nose.

My question is why does Lupica prohibit comments on his articles? Feel free to comment here on MikeFrancesa.com

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/worl...freedom.htm l

Mike Lupica:his time the pictures, the demonstrations about democracy and freedom, are from Tahrir Square in Cairo. This time the opposition leader is a brave, learned man named Mohamed ElBaradei, standing up over these past few days the way the heroes always do in these moments.

He has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in his distinguished life and served as the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency. And in the runup to George Bush's war in Iraq, ElBaradei stood up there, too, telling Bush and Dick Cheney that he did not believe Saddam Hussein was developing weapons of mass destruction.

They didn't listen to him, because they didn't want to hear from anybody who didn't believe Saddam was about to nuke Cincinnati.

But this weekend the American President who succeeded Bush, Barack Obama, heard ElBaradei from Cairo, because the world heard him. This is what ElBaradei said to the protesters in Cairo Sunday night: "What we have begun cannot go back."
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