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Should Egypt's Morsi Stay or Go?

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Submitted by Judith (United States), Jul 4, 2013 at 13:47

Such a heart-rending article about the conundrum of Egypt. Oh, that the military would stand aside for the secular idealists of the Muslim faith, and the Coptic Christians who have had it so bad! The Egyptians are indeed having their own "Tea Party" and are not criticized by this administration who considers the real American freedom fighters who want to re-establish our Constitution and the rule of law, which our own administration just broke again (as if we are ruled by the ole'Russian Kremlin,yikes!), and I understand Egyptians calling Obama a "terrorist president" (can't disagree there), oh, that the heavens would bless these people with compassion!

Israel survives better than any other Middle-Eastern country because they allow debate and dissension which ultimately has to by its design improve human conditions and economies. Who steps in after Morsi steps down? When you have never lived in a democracy, how do you set one up? I'd be happy to let them borrow our Constitution, it seems our current administration has little use for it! I shall keep my fingers crossed on this one! Human beings deserve so much better than just one lousy dictator after another, none of whom can help their economies, and oh may they get better leaders than we currently have!

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