Reading up on some of the Libyan stuff and noticed a bit of a patter of Pres. Obama
Afghanistan: Muslim fighters are fighting against non-Muslims. Obama wants to pull out. (He hasn't, yet, but he's working for it).
Iraq: Secular government deposed under Bush. Current government might be heading in the direction of a Muslim theocracy, depending on the situation. Obama is supportive.
Iran: "Secular" populace rises up in protest against a Theocratic government of Extremist Muslims and demand Democratic government. Obama does nothing to aid the protesters, merely gives a few non-committal statements and waits. Protesters are then crushed.
Egypt: Protesters, who are generally either Muslim or backed by Muslim groups, rise against a "Secular" government and demand the right to democratically chose their own government. Obama is supportive and acts moderately to help. Incidents that might paint the protesters in a bad light are covered up. (Except for the female report who was sexually assaulted and likely raped, confirmation on the last is sketchy).
Libya: Muslim Rebels (backed by our friends under Bin Laden and his little group, no joke) rise up against "Secular" government. Obama not only supports, but sends military units to aid.
I think I'm starting to see a pattern here, and it's not one this Heathen is exactly comfortable with. Should a few more of these happen, we will know for sure.