Progress in Egypt looks like President Murabek playing a good ‘bad cop’ in The Middle East, by saying he ‘won’t stand again.’ This comes after news that Egypt’s military have renounced using force against their country folk who are protesting openly.
The Huffington Post repoerts 1/4 million people in open protest in Cairo. While President Obama urges that ‘transition must be peaceful and must be now.’ Wise words. Other nations of The Middle East are using Egypt’s current public displays as their own model too, to align the Middle East style of leadership and politics with a new ‘era’ for modern times. Meanwhile in Alexandria, reports are apparent that Egypt’s economy is crumbling.
This is all off set in the pages of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, with local American news. That being that the ‘Health Care Reform Bill’ has been overturned by a Judge.
It’s all a go go today in the news. I write this as a USC, Trojans supporter studies for her ‘gender studies’ paper, opposite me at the cafe in Hollywood. I want to suggest Laura Mulvey‘s iconic film theory essay for her to read, but I think she has enough on her study list already. And besides, study is already over and she’s now already onto , of course! Lol. :)
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 2.1.11~
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