What's the difference between Mubarak regime of fleece verses what citizens of USA face in fleecing?

The economic disparity in USA is at a all time high, yet the citizens dare not to show resistance on the streets in large numbers etc. Ladybarstow there is little doubt i my mind that the Kleptocrats in Govt & Corporate business have made a whole lot more then 70 billion disappear over the past 30 years and then there is Wall street & K street where money gets looted and misused.

Asked By: bulabate - 2/12/2011
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Nothing much- just the techniques used. You see Mubarak being the sole leader had to have a stake in everything that happens in the country to keep it under control. Right or wrong is immaterial as to govern a system without delegates you have to have some sort of control and sanction on all the enterprise and business... More
Answered By: Jonathan Alexander - 2/12/2011
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If you can prove that Obama has amassed over 70 billion dollars over the past 30 years, then there would be no difference.
Answered By: Lady Barstow - 2/12/2011
true, the us can be really hypocritical sometimes - we say its a land of the free, free expression but the police and government always find a way to suppress people when they are trying to protest..the thing with the Mubarak regime is that the people dont even get to elect him and he is controlling a lot more (ie... More
Answered By: Maria - 2/12/2011
If you can't understand the difference between a brutal dictator and a democratically elected president, then I think you need to read a basic Social Studies book. This comparison belittles the horrible oppression that people under dictatorships suffer.
Answered By: m27fiscojr - 2/12/2011
Poorly worded and lacking in sufficient facts to form an honest enlightened answer.
Answered By: Moth forever - 2/12/2011
We do have rights that other countries dont.We are allowed to speak our voices.All people should have this right and if we dont like our current president we get to vote to replace him .That is what America is all about! I think God ever day i was borned here.
Answered By: Judy - 2/12/2011
You could go live in Syria for say, 5 years and find out "first hand", the differences.......that should answer your question.
Answered By: Michael - 2/12/2011
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