"Growing pains". "Fears of losing power after decades of being kept out of power". Seriously, that's the best they could come up with in trying to figure out what motivated Morsi to grab more power than Mubarak ever had when he was running Egypt.
Not one commentator pointed out that the Muslim Brotherhood was simply carrying out a process that happens every time Islamists win power anywhere: one man, one vote, one time. After that, the theocratic dictatorship begins, with all critics labeled as being against God.
And if you're "against God", then that means you're probably with the other fellow... in which case, they'll feel justified doing anything they want to you.
Fire. Them. All.
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