As protests spread against the regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, the Obama administration faces a choice: which side of history does it want to be on?The whole argument is BUNK. It is not imperative that the United States support either side. The US has nothing to gain by interfering and nothing to lose by staying completely out of it. Shall we pick between an oppressive dictator or oppressive Muslim Imams? Great choice. Hey Egyptians, it's your country, YOU deal with it.
Does the United States want to support a dictator to the end, or does it stand with protesters demanding relief from decades of emergency rule, police torture, corruption and economic stagnation?
Saturday, January 29, 2011
"President Obama must choose between support of Hosni Mubarak and protesters' cause," says one Mohamad Bazzi, writing in the New York Daily News. He writes: