The Obama administration’s plan to pour $65 million into Egypt this year, supposedly to help organize new political parties, has sparked a powerful backlash from the interim military government, Islamist parties and even some reform-minded activists. Groups taking American money are seen as agents of a foreign government and Egyptians are loath to allow another American puppet rule their country.
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america should leave them alone, a new spot will do only further harm to america as the people in the region are fed up with american interferance.
This is the problem, the half of Egypt with all the wealth, they love Mubarak while the impoverished half hate his guts. Such are the morals that Egypt must contend with and it has absolutely nothing to do with government, as a nation’s morals are what controls government.
It's amazing how everyone just takes it for granted that America has to decide who gets to rule Egypt. Good thing those morons in Washington are too stupid to realize they're gong broke. I hope to see former US generals washing cars for spare change someday.
keep your 30 pieces of silver
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