So says the Egyptian military, in what seems like talking out of the other side of their mouth, in that they now say they support Mubarak's plan to stay in office until "free and fair elections" can take place.
Which is a time and place on the cosmic time scale that exists probably about two days before hell freezes over.
Any elections which that rat pack can imagine will be like U.S.A. elections: the dullard parties choose a line up of criminals, wackos, and clueless lames for the primaries, thereafter the people choose from the remaining two which dullard or phony they will vote for to solve their chronic problems these dullards and phonies brought on in the first place.
Lackeys who have not a dime's worth of difference between them once they get into office, behind the tanks and behind the barbed wire demarcation lines, safe in their propaganda colored ivory towers.
Which also means that most folks in the world vote for only the flavor of the ice cream they require us to buy, after they make it out of the ingredients only they may choose.
It is the business as usual election cycle, or as Dredd Blog likes to put it, elections in the W direction with candidates from the Circle W Cowboys.
The world of gun barrel diplomacy, gun barrel democracy, gun barrel elections, all in support of gun barrel factories and financiers of MOMCOM international.
This is the product MOMCOM sells to the world, "MOMCOM freedom", which is the product the world's peoples resist, and this is the product that destroys the wealth and sanity of all nations who buy into it, including the U.S.A.
Who "wudda thunk" we would be watching "ourselves" on TV, the "ourselves" that existed once upon a time when we still protested oppression?
UPDATE: Zig Zag Zig Zag: Mubarak leaves Dodge City along with Suleiman.
The long and winding road leads to ... well where she stops no one seems to know, as President Obama declares "Egypt will never be the same."
Ah yes, reminds me of some song lyrics:
There was music in the cafés at night(Tangled Up In Blue, Bob Dylan).
And revolution in the air