Friday, February 11, 2011

MUBARAK SAYS TO THE PEOPLE OF EGYPT...AND I AM TELLING YOU, I AIN'T GOING NOWHERE!


Protesters in Egypt, rowdy with revolutionary fervor, dug in for an 18th day of demonstrations Friday, one day after Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused to step down.
In a highly anticipated speech, Mubarak clung to the presidency but said he would "delegate powers" to Vice President Omar Suleiman according to the constitution -- a major concession from the man who has ruled Egypt with an iron grip for 30 years.
Srour echoed Mubarak's statement in adding that the constitution specifically prohibits the president from delegating other key powers to the vice president. As a result, the power to dismiss parliament or dismiss the government and the power to ask for amendments to the constitution remain in Mubarak's hands, not Suleiman's. 
Mubarak stressed -- as he has before -- that he would not run for another term in September. He also expressed regret for any loss of life and said he would move to repeal Article 179 of the Egyptian constitution, which allows Mubarak to send anyone suspected of terrorism to a military court, "as soon as we regain stability and security." CNN
President Mubarak hollerin' how you wanna carry it...what's up, what's up?

I mean Stevie Wonder and Ray Charles could have both seen that the good people of Egypt were wasting their time thinking that this thick wanksta Mubarak had any intention of stepping down as President.


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