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wisteria Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jan-30-11 01:52 PM
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30. Sorry, but I don't buy your premise. I have seen where it doesn't take a majority organization to
take over and rule a country and its people.
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  -The Interim President of Egypt - Dr. ElBaradei Oilwellian  Jan-30-11 11:36 AM   #0 
  - What little I know of him I like him  madokie   Jan-30-11 11:39 AM   #1 
  - Sounds good  Rosa Luxemburg   Jan-30-11 11:40 AM   #2 
  - Thank you so much, Oilwellian! This is so helpful and informative.  gateley   Jan-30-11 11:41 AM   #3 
  - You're welcome gately  Oilwellian   Jan-30-11 11:46 AM   #8 
  - He's made it clear he doesn't want to be head honcho.  Avalux   Jan-30-11 11:41 AM   #4 
  - I specifically stated "interim" for a reason  Oilwellian   Jan-30-11 11:44 AM   #7 
  - Modist is he? From what I have seen here and heard on the news, he has made himself their leader.  wisteria   Jan-30-11 01:48 PM   #27 
  - we can only hope.  cali   Jan-30-11 11:42 AM   #5 
  - He's the leader of a middle class minority group  dipsydoodle   Jan-30-11 11:44 AM   #6 
  - ElBaradei is secular  Oilwellian   Jan-30-11 11:51 AM   #9 
  - The majority of Egyptian people are not secular  oberliner   Jan-30-11 11:52 AM   #10 
  - The MB  dipsydoodle   Jan-30-11 11:54 AM   #12 
  - you're right that he's not religiously motivated  BOG PERSON   Jan-30-11 01:17 PM   #23 
  - Sorry, but I don't buy your premise. I have seen where it doesn't take a majority organization to  wisteria   Jan-30-11 01:52 PM   #30 
  - Muslim Brotherhood = 20% of political opposition  RainDog   Jan-30-11 12:29 PM   #18 
  - That doesn't change the fact  dipsydoodle   Jan-30-11 01:14 PM   #22 
  - 20% is pretty impressive for a banned political organization  BOG PERSON   Jan-30-11 02:30 PM   #37 
     - agreed  RainDog   Jan-30-11 03:01 PM   #38 
  - The Muslim Brotherhood are the Teabaggers of Egypt.  pnorman   Jan-30-11 12:31 PM   #19 
  - no  BOG PERSON   Jan-30-11 01:58 PM   #33 
  - The Muslim Brotherhood is what scares me. I think they figure they are powerful enough to control  wisteria   Jan-30-11 01:49 PM   #29 
  - When did the Egyptian people choose him as their leader?  oberliner   Jan-30-11 11:53 AM   #11 
  - The intention is  dipsydoodle   Jan-30-11 11:55 AM   #13 
  - But how did he become the man?  oberliner   Jan-30-11 12:00 PM   #14 
     - 6 April, We are all Khalid Said and 25 January Movements, the National Assembly for Change, and MB  muriel_volestrangler   Jan-30-11 12:08 PM   #15 
     - You can see it live here  Oilwellian   Jan-30-11 12:24 PM   #17 
        - Aljazeera? I am sorry, but I do not trust their motives in all of this.  wisteria   Jan-30-11 01:56 PM   #31 
  - Where does my OP say the Egyptian people chose him?  Oilwellian   Jan-30-11 12:39 PM   #20 
     - Towards the bottom of your OP, you said exactly that  Hugabear   Jan-30-11 12:46 PM   #21 
        - Perhaps I should reword it  Oilwellian   Jan-30-11 01:27 PM   #24 
           - I haven't seen anything about him becoming the interim leader  Hugabear   Jan-30-11 02:17 PM   #34 
  - 'People told El Baradei: We don't need anyone to represent us.'  justiceischeap   Jan-30-11 12:09 PM   #16 
  - So when did he come into power? I must have missed that breaking news. n/t  wisteria   Jan-30-11 01:45 PM   #25 
  - I haven't watched American media today  Oilwellian   Jan-30-11 01:49 PM   #28 
  - ElBaradei: Muslim Brotherhood threat is a myth pushed by dictatorial regime  Oilwellian   Jan-30-11 01:47 PM   #26 
  - Nope, I don't buy it. It seems to me ELBaradei would be their puppet for a while-  wisteria   Jan-30-11 01:58 PM   #32 
  - A man the Bushies once tried to oust as IAEA director  Jack Rabbit   Jan-30-11 02:21 PM   #35 
  - Not likely to happen.  Chan790   Jan-30-11 02:29 PM   #36 
 

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