Levin shares his thoughts on Egypt

Levin urges caution on suggesting that what is happening in Egypt is necessarily a democratic movement. He says we don’t know yet exactly what this is and it could turn into something altogether different.

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  1. … And now the financial crisis comes a calling to Egypt, and the people in the streets of Cairo say help us President Obama, help us America. As strange of a twist of fate this is, we have the example of the Shah of Iran of what not to do, but will the West (not just America) learn and unite from that history? Mark is correct, but what we do know that if this uprising is left to the Muslim Brotherhood, another Iran is what Egypt will be.

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