Politicians and pundits have been debating how to respond to the Egyptian crisis. Who should we throw our support behind?
In the words of one protester, "We believe America is against us."
It seems to me that there's a simple formula we can apply in foreign policy: We're for you if you're for us.
We shouldn't give any particular faction carte blanche. It's a two-way street. Whether or not we're against them depends on whether or not they're against us.