Sunday, December 09, 2012

Egypt's President Trying to Make Himself a Pharaoh

Morsi, the Egyptian president, was doing well after negotiating the cease-fire between Gaza and Israel, showed he and his country were playing a constructive role in the region. Though, after that, he seemed to think he was Superman, that he could do anything. He made decrees, tried to overturn the will of the Egyptian people and make himself dictator. This has not worked.

Now, he's in deep trouble himself. The people are speaking out as protests have erupted across the country. Hasn't Morsi learned from Tahrir Square and the protests that saw the ouster of Hosni Mubarak?

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  1. Damn it, Morsi can't be Pharoah. That position is already taken by Steve Harper.

  2. LoL!! You’re quite right, Mound. The world can tolerate one pharaoh at a time. Now it makes sense why he sold the Tar Sands to China. He needs the money to build a pyramid for himself in Calgary.