Egyptian police battled thousands of protesters outside President Mohamed Mursi’s palace in Cairo on Tuesday, prompting the Islamist leader to leave the building …
(Doing his Elvis impersonation, “Thenkewverymush.”)
“Our marches are against tyranny and the void constitutional decree and we won’t retract our position until our demands are met,” …
“All the messages from the Muslim Brotherhood are that a vote for the constitution is one for stability and a vote against is one for uncertainty,” [more]
Ah, the same ol’ stability vs uncertainty line.
Have totalitarians no imagination?
“Freedom or we die,” chanted a crowd of several hundred … [more]
Guess which it’ll be.
Look, I have no illusions that the opposition is anything even close to what I’d like to see, politically;
but y’gotta admire their sentiment.
Cue: extras with torches and pitchforks.