Lawmakers demand Mubarak transfer power in Egypt

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Lawmakers called on Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Thursday to transfer power to an inclusive caretaker government in a draft resolution that demonstrates broad, unified American concern about Egypt.

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  1. b mcclellan

    The article alludes to Broads and unification Carl,
    not far from, nation fornication, no ?
    What could possibly be the number or the price,
    364 vs 365, one day of pseudo support ?

    If I hear one more idiot say troops for Egyptian stabilization, wait, it’s coming,
    aw hell with it.

  2. Carl Nemo

    Maybe our ‘leaders’ should consider cutting off all foreign aid including the guys across the canal; ie., Israel et al. and stay out of their business.

    When it comes to interfering with the destiny of other nations we seem to be on the cutting edge of never getting it right anyway, always choosing leaders that eventually cause things to blow up in our face and eventually destabilize entire regions.

    The Egyptian people have suffered enough under ‘Mubarak the Puppet”, thirty years of hell on earth. He needs to go as well as us too from the region.

    Of course the CIA and the State Dept. orhestrates this ongoing, deadly nonsense with their most important product; screwing up bigtime all the time. / : |

    Carl Nemo **==