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And if there is a vote, hopefully not :One person, one vote, one time."

Reader comment on item: Why Egypt Will Not Soon Become Democratic

Submitted by Edmund Onward James (Canada), Feb 4, 2011 at 11:25

I agree with Daniel Pipes. Of course, Mubarak must leave as promised. Egypt does have the 10th largest army in the world, and equipped to handle the upheaval attempts.

Other than Iraq, forced to accept a form of democracy, the Middle East countries have not experienced our democracy, except for stable Israel. Turkey seems to be of the One person, one vote, one time nations like Iran.

The transition government must sreriously check all parties and their desire.

Following are two comments from my weblog with links that concern me.

One Person. One Vote. One Time... Then what? Thank goodness for democratic Israel http://onwardjames.blogspot.com/2011/02/one-perso...

Barack Hussein Obama, George Soros, Egypt, Muslim Brotherhood — Conspiracy? http://onwardjames.blogspot.com/2011/02/barack-hu...

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