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Friday, February 11th, 2011

What If Obama Is Wrong?
With the resignation of Hosni Mubarak announced earlier this morning, President Barack Obama welcomed the peaceful transition of power in Egypt. "The people of Egypt have spoken. Their voices have been heard. And Egypt will never be the same," The Anointed One declared. "I'm confident the people of Egypt can find the answers," Obama said. The President said he was confident that a democratic Egypt can “assert its role as an influential player in the Mideast and beyond.” But what if Obama is wrong? “What if the odds on favorite, The Muslim Brotherhood, takes control?” Sean asked. “Everybody thinks this is so great. But nobody know where this is heading. Nobody has a crystal ball. It’s possible that Egypt could adopt a Democracy. But I don’t think it’s probable,” Sean added {Article – Democratic Protests bring down Mubarak}.

Why the Muslim Brotherhood Will Win
Sean spoke with political analyst Doug Schoen about an article he wrote that details why he believes The Muslim Brotherhood will prevail in Egypt. Schoen feels President Obama dramatically understated the level of support the brotherhood has generated in Egypt in his Super Bowl interview on Fox News. “Obama is most likely wrong to have asserted that the Brothers and their allies do not command majority support in the country,” Schoen wrote. “The bottom line,” Schoen explained, “Is that there is at least a 50 percent chance, if not more, that a candidate from the Muslim Brotherhood or a party with a generally similar approach and orientation will win the next presidential election.” In his article, Schoen advises the Obama administration to face up to the reality of what is most likely coming in Egypt and recognize the direct threat to U.S. interests and stability that a fundamentalist victory will mean in Egypt.” To read Schoen’s article please click here.

Bachmann For President In 2012?
Will Michele Bachmann make a run for the presidency in 2012? That is the question on the minds of many conservative voters these days. This week, the audience at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington cheered and drowned out the Minnesota lawmaker as she said: "The all-important must have for 2012 is making Barack Obama a one-term president.” Bachmann wouldn’t commit either way when Sean asked her if she would run. “Well, we haven't taken anything off the table or put anything on the table. We've had people talk us to about that. People have asked me to consider it. And it is a large decision that a person makes. And so, there's a lot of decisions that have to go in. And we are weighing that carefully, going forward.” Watch Sean’s entire interview with Michele Bachmann right here.

Show Guests

Doug Schoen

Doug Schoen was named Pollster of the Year in 1996 by the American Association of Political Consultants Dr. Schoen was President William Jefferson Clinton's research and strategic consultant during the 1996 reelection, and has been widely credited with creating and effectively communicating the message that turned around the President's political fortunes between 1994 and 1996. For more than twenty years Dr. Schoen has created winning messages and provided strategic advice to numerous political clients in the United States and to heads of state in countries around the world, including Greece, Turkey, Israel, the Philippines, Korea, the Dominican Republic, Bermuda and Yugoslavia.

John Bolton

John Robert Bolton (born November 20, 1948), is an American conservative and nationalist political figure who has served in several Republican presidential administrations. He worked as the interim Permanent US Representative to the UN from August 2005 until December 2006 on a recess appointment. He resigned in December 2006 when his recess appointment would have ended because he was unable to gain confirmation from the Senate. Bolton is currently a Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), Fox News commentator, and of counsel to the law firm Kirkland & Ellis, in their Washington D.C. office. He is also involved with a broad assortment of other conservative think tanks and policy institutes, including the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), Project for the New American Century (PNAC), Institute of East-West Dynamics, National Rifle Association, US Commission on International Religious Freedom, and the Council for National Policy (CNP).... More >

Mike Ghouse

Speaker, thinker and a writer on pluralism, politics, foreign policy, islam, interfaith and cohesive societies. He offers pluralistic solutions on issues of the day at . Mike has a strong national and local presence in the tv, radio and print media, details at , a personal site.