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What tossing tomatoes at Clinton's convoy says about Egyptian politics: http://to.pbs.org/PawiDB 

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it means they hate her which is good enough to be our president. 
 
Well we do sort of mess things up wherever we go, but we make up for it by showering everyone with cash!
 
No..it shows what is WRONG with Obama's policies!
 
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an inner revolution process. Foreign countries will not help
 
they could've at least spelled 'welcom' correctly
 
american go out a little bit from your cocoon and face the real world and ask your self what is really don't going on
 
+J. S. Hansenius yeah...can you imagine the outrage if a shoe was slung at a president. Oh yeah...there was one..
 
I don't say that they behavior was fine they should make an apology but why all this outrage against the USA government not people this is what I'm talking about why every body hate the american government around the world I am saying that because I saw many people around the world behave or talking unfriendly about USA and you there just in the USA receiving what your media telling you about. no honey I'm watching almost many type of media from many part of the globe and leaving in the same time in another part of the globe then yours and I see the reaction of people of these country and I'm talking about even European and I make the comparison with the reaction of the american and I feel like you are living in another planet this is why I say go out from your cocoon and ask what is wrong and the most stupid that all the world say that there something wrong and you don't even see that
 
From what I've read a portion of Egyptian citizens are upset that Morsi who is head of the Islamic Brotherhood won. And even tho I understand their frustration, as a foreign nation we cannot impose our will in another government's politics. Everyone in the world disapproved with our backing of Hosni, so we backed off. I personally feel that their anger is highly misguided.
 
Yea that's true Michael the problem that the USA is fighting the Islamist but in the same time she supported them so strongly in the Arab spring to be elected to govern Tunisia and Egypt where people in these country are lesser religious the the other Arab country like the golf countries and now people are so upset from the USA because they don't understand what she is really doing 
 
Spelling, grammar, getting nosebleed eeeh politics!!
 
Well you know we are not fighting a religion. Also when you conduct trade with other countries you have to work with the government of the day. If we supported another party who the majority of Egyptian citizens did not like, trust me they would be throwing more than shoes and tomatoes at her motorcade. Fact is, Islamic Brotherhood are very organized politically and a majority of people in the region support them.
 
YEA YEA I KNOW HHHH I DON'T LIKE THE PART OF THROWING TOMATOES. I FIND CLINTON A RESPECTFUL PERSON AND ITS A SHAME THAT THAT'S HAPPEN TO HER ANYWAY I'M TALKING ABOUT THE SUPPORTING BEFORE ELECTION ITS TRUE THEY ARE WELL ORGANIZED BUT DON'T BELIEVE THAT PEOPLE SUPPORT THEM REALLY THE REALITY THAT ISLAMIST BOUGHT A LOT OF POOR AND IGNORANT PEOPLES VOICES AND REALLY I KNOW WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT ALSO THEY MAKE THEM BELIEVE THAT THEY ARE DEMOCRAT AND MODERN MUSLIM REALLY IS A MESS  
 
I'm sorry Eslem I failed to address your concern. Depending on strategy some governments will throw equal support at all parties involved. So they can maintain good relations despite who the winner is. At the end of the day whether you trust a party or do not trust trust a party you have to lean your support towards the party most likely to win. The Islamic Brotherhood early on looked posed to win. Most of the native populace supports them so you kind of have to work with them.
Also it is well within their right to form the government that they want. They may say they do not want a modern democracy, its ok  because it is their country so they have the right to install a more conservative form of government if that's what the people want. KSA is a monarchy and we still support them.
 
 yea of course that USA should have work with every body even North Korea that's important to any country is not here the problem any way every body have his own perception of the situation my perception is from a person that live in north Africa and yours in the USA I think, I hope that the thing go for the best and not for the wrong way like Irak any way Obama is not a stupid gay I think 
 
All I saw was Obama make a speech in Egypt a couple of years ago, then a vendor in Tunisia lit themselves on fire, protest started, and evenually Obama organized NATO to weaken the Libya regime.  Now 2 years later Gaddafi is dead, Tunisia is free, Egypt has held presidential elections for he first time in history, and Syria is in a civil war which the rebels will most likely win.  All without any foreign nation committing ground troops.  How exactly is America to blame for Egypts problems, just because they didn't get the president they wanted?  We had freiking Bush for 8 years and we didn't protest the Egyptians...   #justsayin  
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