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posted by King Minos in In The News

Too Early to Oust Morsi?

November 28, 2012

CAIRO — Courts and factions engaged in a frantic last-minute scramble on Wednesday in a struggle for power over the culmination of Egypt’s political transition after the ouster of Hosni Mubarak. The two highest appellate courts went on strike, the Supreme Constitutional Court accused the president of blackmail, the Islamist leaders of the constitutional assembly rushed to complete the charter by the end of the day, and the Muslim Brotherhood called for a major demonstration Saturday to show off its own political muscle.

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/29/world/middleeast/wrangling-in-egypt-as...

Oh, I don't know! After all, if Barak and Hilliary say he is the man -- and sent arms and advisors to help overthrow Mubarak (a staunch US ally), then who am I to differ? Who is anyone for that matter -- including the protestors running loose in the streets of Cairo! Shame on them! Long live OBL, errr, BHO!! Sick

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