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Egypt Talks Hit A Bump

Factions squabble over new PM spot

July 8, 2013

CAIRO — Secular and liberal factions trying to install one of their own as Egypt’s new prime minister collided into strong resistance Sunday from the sole Islamist faction that backed the military’s......

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mikeyd

Jul-08-13 9:09 AM

how about obama take one of his vacations in egypt?don't blame the american people for bad foreign policies.how bad is it that we all get stereotyped with obama?won't some other country tell us how to run our government?it needs a lot of help.we look at obama as a spender and not a leader.

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Triton

Jul-08-13 8:08 AM

The Egyptians are living the wacky world of Barack Obama, who told them he supported demoracray but they didn't know that meant democracy via a terrorized free election with Islamic militias chasing anyone who looked non fundamental from the polls. Only 25% got to vote in the Obama "free election" but of that 25%, nearly half voted to return to the secular government. They did not vote for an Islamic government. So now, Obama caught in the headlights of truth (which he always avoids) does not know which way to image himself. Reality is that Obama has spent nearly as much dislodging secular govs in the ME to install Islamic ones, as he has on the American effort to stimulate the economy. Other than giving weapons to AlQeada, Obama has not stimulated much in this country. He is a one man wrecking crew, now destroying life in the ME. How did he get a pass from liberals for the 8 month, 24/7 bombing campaign that killed about 35,000 Libyans? In eight months. Stupid comes

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daWraith

Jul-08-13 7:38 AM

(Reuters) - At least 42 people were killed on Monday when Islamist demonstrators enraged by the military overthrow of Egypt's elected President Mohamed Mursi said the army opened fire during morning prayers at the Cairo barracks where he is being held.

Nice going, Opie.

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