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EGYPT WILL REMAIN A MESS

Reader comment on item: Should Egypt's Morsi Stay or Go?

Submitted by JACQUES HADIDA (United States), Jul 2, 2013 at 22:25

Morsi could be the lesser of two evils as we have no idea who will replace him and how things will turn out.

Indeed Egypt has been in a mess for a while and no issue is on the horizon.

Morsi has done nothing to make me to want him to stay. If we look at his ministers leaving, one after the other, for they know more than you and me.

It has been amazing to see the energy of the protesters, on both sides, yet one wonders if the masses are willing to listen.

Another sign that any revolution that cannot foresee what the future will hold, will evaporate faster than it can act. And yes, Egypt military may take over as they have often done and put another dictator in charge for this is sadly what these people need. As for the U.S. sad to say that one more time our government has no idea what is going on. They are all dreamers who think they know but know not.

Again, let them solve their problems. It is their county, their people, they are supposed to know better and if not, tough luck

JACQUES HADIDA

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