Seems like the great orator is making things worse in Egypt, given that every time he opens his mouth he only gives credence to Morsi and his thugs. Bahey Eldin Hassan, director of the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, kindly asks him to button his lip for a while:
I write you not to ask for troops to protect political protesters in Egypt, or to suspend, freeze, or reduce military or economic aid to my country, or even to impose conditions on that aid. My request is quite modest: that spokespeople and officials in your administration stop commenting on developments in Egypt…
…Please, ask officials with your administration to stop talking about Egypt for a while, at least until we can bury our dead, comfort their grieving families, treat the victims of rape and torture, find the disappeared, and read the wills of a new generation of young people who plan not for their weddings but for their funerals.