Congress today is discussing reducing government aid to the Mubarak regime to protect American interests. Some lawmakers fear Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood possibly coming to power when Mubarak steps down. But Kerry Gillette of La Pine who has lived in Egypt isn't worried: “I personally would be shocked if Muslim Brotherhood forced a radical regime on the region. People don't want to go that way, the way of Iran and Afghanistan. They have too much at stake from good relationship with the west, tourism and economic development.” During today's 16th day of protests, massive crowds came out. Human Rights Watch says 300 people have been killed during the nearly two weeks of demonstrations.