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Dictator Hosni Mubarak is Gone: Now What's in Store for Egypt's Future?

Hosni Mubarak ceded power to the Egyptian military on Friday as a popular revolt swept away the leader of the Arab world’s most populous state, throwing into question the future of the entire Arab world. In the aftermath of Friday’s historic day, here are thee important questions that need to be addressed. 1. What should President Obama do about Egypt, now? Best course of action, Mr. President, is to do little or nothing.

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Obama Kill Switch Rumors Have Some Hitting The Panic Button

Last week when the protests began in Egypt, Dictator Hosni Mubarak used an internet kill switch in Egypt in order to thwart the organization of further protests. This proved to be a futile measure as the nation is on the verge of upheavel.

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History Shows That President Obama Should Support Hosni Mubarak In Egypt

Most of President Obama’s State of the Union Address dealt with domestic issues like dealing with the national debt, education, and “Winning the Future”.

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President Obama May Be Against Mubarak In Egypt, Bowling Alley Shooting in Delaware, and Eagles to Interview Darren Perry

The Omelette Sunday January 30, 2011 President Obama May Be Leaning Towards Siding With Opposition of Mubarak in Egypt

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