MB is not militantly opposed to the US in any locale.And they are both militantly opposed to US presence and Israeli existence.
Not the full caliphate, but the existing sunni states could certainly fall to MB, especially if they switch to free and fair elections.So, the primary goal...this Islamic Caliphate..is possible with an American supported Jewish State occupying Palestine and Jerusalem...and the United States steaming Strait up the Hormuz of Arabia on a daily basis? I think not.
It is MB activities within the US which concern me, and I don't mean them going out and shooting weapons in the woods. It is the access they have to intelligence decision makers that are of concern. The MB organization here in the US reportedly determine course content for domestic intelligence operation training in these government institutions. Who the hell gave them that access???
I agree there is some promise in Iraq and a teeny bit in Iran. Afghanistan not so much. Of course, the Shiite leadership in Iraq seems to not care for us much. But the MB is a Sunni thing. One thing is for sure: the stability of the ME has not increased. That was a goal of OIF of course. Let's hope it plays our way with moderates coming to power in Iraq, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Kuwait, Yemen, SA, Egypt, Turkey ...And makes insecure the interests and goals of both the MB and al-Qaeda. And if you say these two wars ancillary to either group's primary goals...uhhh yea...ok. I'm sure elections in these two nations and the democratic cries from Iran signal prosperity and a bright future if you're a Sharia Law fan.