Is a strategic, geopolitical partner on the verge of overthrow?
Are people rioting in the streets, calling for his head?
Egypt's leader, Hosni Mubarak -- considered a "family" friend to Hillary Clinton and a chum to Dick Cheney -- is facing just such a situation.
What is America to do?
Support the hated leader? Act against the Egyptian people who are seeking more freedom? Or, let Mubarak sink into the muck?
FTD has taken the guesswork out of these awkward social moments.
Introducing the Revolutionary Bouquet.
A sumptuous fruit basket and floral bouquet whimsically adorned with a gas mask, rifle ammunition and a fun, old-fashioned whistle.
It's sure to lift the spirits of any tyrant.
Ronald Reagan sent one to Ferdinand Marcos when he was thrown out power in 1986.
Bill Clinton sent one to John Major when Hong Kong reverted back to the Chinese in 1999.
George W. Bush received dozens of these bouquets from his corporate cronies when he left office.
Send your favorite tyrant this sure-fire pick-me-up -- before he ends up like Mussolini.