Comments:Egyptian President Morsi backs Syrian rebels in speech

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Comments from feedback form - "who cares how about what our g..."217:33, 2 September 2012

Comments from feedback form - "who cares how about what our g..."

who cares how about what our govner of illinois did today (talk)00:23, 1 September 2012

Hmm... It was good to see that Mr. Morsi of Egypt is backing the People of Syria against the dictator in Syria. Hopefully, the Arab countries can intervene. If they do intervene, then I feel there is hope for the countries in, then Middle East. (talk)21:22, 1 September 2012

Unless you elected Michael Kenyon as Governor of Illinois; nobody cares.

Brian McNeil / talk17:33, 2 September 2012