Tar and Feathers Cairo Style – Can we bring a few of these peeps to Washington DC?

I’m thinking something could be learned from them.    Egypt’s President Morsi evacuated from residence after freedom supporters stage mass protest and clash with security at compound.

undefined(VIA BBC)  Police have fired tear gas in clashes with tens of thousands of protesters gathered near the presidential palace in the Egyptian capital Cairo.

Some of the protesters reportedly cut through barbed wire around the palace.  Crowds have been gathering to protest against what they say is the rushed drafting of a new constitution and the decision by President Mohammed Morsi to extend his powers.

Egypt Obama Sign

Mr Morsi was in the palace but left as the crowds grew, sources there said.

As well as the protest outside the presidential palace in the suburb of Heliopolis, thousands of demonstrators have gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square.

A sizeable crowd has also turned out in Egypt’s second city Alexandria.

Several newspapers refused to go to press on Tuesday in protest at what they say is the lack of press freedom in the constitution.

Mr Morsi adopted sweeping new powers in a decree on 22 November, and stripped the judiciary of any power to challenge his decisions.  (read more)

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7 Responses to Tar and Feathers Cairo Style – Can we bring a few of these peeps to Washington DC?

  1. gretchenone says:

    I imagine Morsi will begin a crackdown forthwith, in keeping with the common behavior of dictators everywhere.

  2. akathesob says:

    Yes on DC!

  3. WeeWeed says:

    I’m lovin’ the sign. Looks like Egypt knows, too…..

  4. ytz4mee says:

    Overheard waiting in line at Starbucks today:
    “Maybe the post-apocalyptic American electoral winter will lead to a homegrown American Spring”.

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