What is your opinion on the protest in Egypt?

I agree with Obama on how Egypt should have elections as soon as possible. Egypt’s President has been President for 20+ years. None of this would be happening if he wasn’t being greedy with the President position. I hope that Egypt will have their elections soon so all of this could end. What do you think?

Asked By: LonelySweet - 2/5/2011
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First I am sorry for much text , but the situation is Complex... More
Answered By: Hesham F - 2/6/2011
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I think that the USA should stay out of it. Egypt has had a reasonably stable country for many years & they will probably end up like Iran if they continue. Not a happy thought. If they end up with an Islamic sharia law govt then we will have another enemy in the middle east. P
Answered By: † PRAY † - 2/5/2011
Mubarak should go now and a full democarcy should come about. No more petty tyrants.
Answered By: Andrew - 2/5/2011
they can do what ever they want
Answered By: jeffmesa35 - 2/5/2011
Its their country and they know better than all ov us ...
Answered By: Mira Milad - 2/5/2011
their mess their troubles, we got our own.
Answered By: Kenny Bragg - 2/5/2011
Tired of hearing about it. I don't care one bit what the people of Egypt do. The USA must learn to mind it's own business and keep our money at home. Obama is an idiot.
Answered By: cbjack - 2/5/2011
In my honest opinion, they should have one final push. A push to end it all. Everyone should storm at the same time. It would be a massacre and a suicide mission for many people, but I see it as one of the only ways. A final push. Violence should be used and Mubarak needs to be removed once and for all whether through... More
Answered By: Henry VIII - 2/5/2011
The protesters are being manipulated like puppets in an ends justifies the means manner.
Answered By: WhatBrain? - 2/5/2011
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