Double Take 'Toons: Egyptian Edict

Egypt's military has given President Mohammed Morsi and anti-government protesters a 48-hour ultimatum to reach a compromise or else it will "declare a roadmap" for the country. Yaakov Kirschen doesn't think Morsi has earned the right to remain in power, while Clay Bennett questions whether Egyptians are on a path to freedom. Yaakov Kirschen/Dry Bones hide caption

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