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Posted at 9:50 AM ET, 02/ 4/2011

Friday p-Op quiz: 'Fight the Power' Edition

By Jonathan Capehart

Admit it, a week ago you couldn't find Tahrir Square on a map. In fact, you probably thought it was the name of a new high-end shopping center outside Detroit. Not anymore. We've all been enthralled by Egyptians trying to wrest the reins of their future from the hands of their long-serving and "fed up" public servant. But a few other things happened over the last week. So, take this week's p-Op quiz to find out why Sharron Angle, Sarah Palin, Donald Rumsfeld and Cleopatra are in the news.

By Jonathan Capehart  | February 4, 2011; 9:50 AM ET
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Comments

Just plain leftwing silly.......

Posted by: georgedixon1 | February 4, 2011 2:15 PM | Report abuse

I think its kind of fun. A very refreshing change of pace from...

you libtard!
you conservatard!

etc etc etc

Posted by: taroya | February 4, 2011 2:46 PM | Report abuse

I entered my answers and got this strange message: "Sorry. You didn't pass the quiz. You got 4 questions right out of 5 (80%)."

Huh?

Posted by: martymar123 | February 4, 2011 3:13 PM | Report abuse

If it's so silly, don't read it or take the quiz, much less whine about it.

Posted by: UncommonCommoner | February 5, 2011 9:44 AM | Report abuse

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