He told the Tahrir crowd he would work to secure freedom for Omar Abdul Rahman, a blind Egyptian cleric jailed for life over the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.
"I will do everything in my power to secure freedom for detainees... including Sheikh Omar Abdul Rahman," Mursi said in his address to the throng packing the hub of the 2011 revolution.
That will not sit well on this side of the Atlantic.
Lamar Odom gets to head back to Tinseltown, as the Clippers picked him up from Dallas in a four-way deal. What Odom could use is to borrow from Dallas the TV show, and wake up to find that the last year was all a bad dream. Running fast breaks with Blake Griffith on the other wing would work nicely if he can get the bad taste and inactivity of last year out of the way.
One posited legal solution to nixing "Obamacare" is to dwell on the fact that the Senate essentially wrote the law when the House is required to start money bills in the Constitution; Samidzata has an example of the meme here.
Minor problem-lots of laws nominally start in the House, but then the Senate deletes almost all the House's origional and put in their version as an "amendment." If the House agrees to the changes, it goes to the President; if not, we get a conference committee to hash out the differences, which then gets voted on by the House, then the Senate.
In the case at hand, the House approved the Senate version without a conference committee; by the time the House had voted, Scott Brown had gotten into the Senate and took away the 60th vote to get any new revisions past, so they passed the Senate version as-is to avoid having a second vote in the Senate. It was a nasty fight, since pro-life provisions in the starter-version had been trimmed in the Senate and pro-life Democrats like Bart Stupak had to be strong-armed into going along.
Nuking Obamacare on those grounds would throw a truckload of laws (likely most) that were amended wholesale in the Senate; that would create a mess that neither Roberts or Kennedy is likely to sign off on. Even Thomas and Scalia might pass on going that far.