What happened to Bush's friend in Libya? Gone.
What happened to Mubarak. Gone.
What is happening to Assad. Soon to be gone.
All on Obama's watch and all without spending trillions and invading countries and making enemies.
See, grownups know how to do this. Conservatives don't.
Or are you proposing invading like Bush did in Iraq?
It's a good thing that Morsi is feeling the heat. The last thing we need to do is have George Bush start jammering about nation building and WMDs. Let the Egyptians make their own history, for Christ's sake. It isn't always about you.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton weighed into Egypt's political debate, saying dialogue was urgently needed on the new constitution, which should "respect the rights of all citizens".
Clinton and Mursi worked together last month to broker a truce between Israel and Hamas Islamists in the Gaza Strip.
"It needs to be a two-way dialogue ... among Egyptians themselves about the constitutional process and the substance of the constitution," Clinton told a news conference in Brussels.
Washington is worried about rising Islamist power in Egypt, a staunch security partner under Mubarak, who preserved Cairo's peace treaty with Israel, a pact still bolstered by billions of dollars of U.S. military and economic assistance.
Brotherhood spokesman Mahmoud Ghozlan was quoted on its Facebook page as saying opposition groups "imagined they could shake legitimacy or impose their views by force".
Officials said 35 protesters and 40 police were wounded.
Opposition leaders have urged Mursi to scrap his decree, defer the referendum and agree to revise the constitution, but have not echoed protesters' calls for his overthrow.
The army, the muscle behind all previous Egyptian presidents in the republic's six-decade history, has gone back to barracks, having apparently lost its appetite to intervene in politics.
In a bold move, Mursi sacked Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, the Mubarak-era army commander and defence minister, in August and removed the sweeping powers that the military council, which took over after Mubarak fell, had grabbed two months earlier.
The liberals, leftists, Christians, ex-Mubarak followers and others opposed to Mursi have yet to generate a mass movement or a grassroots political base to challenge the Brotherhood.
Egypt has turned to the IMF for a $4.8 billion loan to help it out of a crisis that has depleted its foreign currency reserves. The government said on Wednesday the process was on track and its request would go to the IMF board as expected......snip
Rivals clash as Mursi's deputy seeks end to Egypt crisis - Yahoo! News Canada
So making sure their Constitution is subservient to Sharia law is Democracy? Course Hillary Crying out they need to respect the rights of women and gays. Her coming out and saying such not once but twice and then at the UN too, kinda leaves that theory where it belongs. In the Wind!
Guess that's why no one listens to Progressives spin their own stories and make up Shiznit on the fly as they go. Especially when it comes to Foreign Affairs. Where the Left has been Weighed and Measured!
Notice that's 4.8 billion from the IM and that's not even counting what Clinton gave them.
Leave them alone!