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So… protesters’ demands are satisfied.  You’ve got your coup.  Is there something else you wanted?
[From their Facebook page:
It is looking clear that there is a Military Coup in Egypt. We are now back to square zero (not even one)]
In all seriousness, Morsi was (supposedly) placed under a travel ban almost immediately after the deadline expired.  As far as I recall, Mubarak’s travel ban took over a month after his resignation.  ‘Revolutionaries’ are calling for him to be tried for … being a bad president.  And Baradei has whined about how Morsi ‘favors his own party.’
I am truly ashamed…  Maybe the military can solve sexual harassment when they ban protests again.  Or maybe more forcible virginity tests – later justified by the current Defense Minister – are the answer.