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August 19, 2013 - 8:10 am

Rasmussen:

As the death toll continues to rise in Egypt, most voters don’t think the United States should continue to provide military and financial aid to the country. Belief among U.S. voters that Egypt will become a peaceful and democratic nation in the near future has diminished since the Arab Spring in 2011.

Just 18% of Likely U.S. Voters believe the United States should continue providing military and financial aid to Egypt, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Fifty-four percent (54%) say the United States should not continue this aid.

What are the odds the White House, or even Congress, will listen?

Stephen Green began blogging at VodkaPundit.com in early 2002, and has served as PJMedia's Denver editor since 2008. He's one of the hosts on PJTV, and one-third of PJTV's Trifecta team with Scott Ott and Bill Whittle. Steve lives with his wife and sons in the hills and woods of Monument, Colorado, where he enjoys the occasional lovely adult beverage.

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If only we could increase funding until the MB is eliminated or hurt so badly it won't poke it's head up for 30+ years.
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The aid we sent to Egypt before the military coup was not very popular either.
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If only we could increase funding until the MB is eliminated or hurt so badly it won't poke it's head up for 30+ years.
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I guess I'm in that 18%. I think what the Egyptian Army is doing is fantastic and we should not only keep supporting them but increase aid at least until they get this whole mess under control.
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