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A democratically-elected President of Egypt? I'm still waiting for one here.

Reader comment on item: Anoush Ehteshami and Democracy in Egypt

Submitted by DrRJP (United States), Feb 9, 2011 at 08:49

Or, as Imam Obama said, "Let the people of Egypt decide." According to the liberals' definition of democracy, if a country holds free and open elections, then it is a democracy.

Where in the Middle East did that happen? In Gaza? In Iran?

We did not even have fair and open election for President right here in America. We had an illegal election with an illegal candidate, illegal and widespread election fraud, illegal voter registration (dead people, cartoon characters, illegal ballot stuffing, illegal voter intimidation, illegal voter suppression, illegal campaign contributions, and the illegal manipulation of the entire process by the "Free Press."

Once in power, this illegal government issued illegal orders, held illegal meetings, passed illegal legislation, and committed illegal civil rights violations against the half of our population who either did not vote for Obama and/or no longer support him.

The "Will of the people" has been deliberately and criminally ignored. to put it bluntly, we have zero credibility in the world thanks to our "Democratic leaders" who have stabbed our allies in the back and have allowed our enemies, and the enemies of freedom, with open arms.


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