In Egypt, the Stage Is Set for Some Real Drama
Published on: June 20, 2012
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  • WigWag

    Of the plausible potential outcomes in Egypt, it would be interesting to know which potential outcome Adam believes would be in the best interest of the United States. It would also be interesting to know what he believes the best outcome for Israel would be.

  • John Barker

    What is at the source of American misjudgements in the Middle East-political considerations or plain ignorance? What influence do people with real knowledge have in the shaping of policy? This is a question I almost fear to ask.

  • It now takes the country that built the Pyramids a week just to stuff a few ballot boxes? This is shameful.

  • Tim Ray

    i am afraid it is going to take the Middle East another century or two to come to cogent thinking

  • Robert Hanson

    The people who built the Pyramids were Egyptians. The people who live there now are a mixture of Africans, Arabs, Greeks and Italians. To call them Egyptians is as silly as calling Elizabeth Warren a Native American 🙂

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  • Thanks for the fantastic article Adam, I wrote something up that takes a similar tack but is a little more drole:

    http://tremblethedevil.com/?p=2547

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