Protestors have again taken to the street in Egypt but this time not to overthrow a tyrant, Hosni Mubarak, but to oust the Democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi. Morsi's government has been plagued by stumbles and mistakes. The Egyptian economy continues on a downward slide. Social unrest is growing. And animosity against Morsi's political movement, the one-banned Muslim Brotherhood, simmers. The protestors want him out and the Military, which is influenced heavily by the United States and its $1.5 billion in military subsidies, is demanding he act or be removed from office -- essentially threatening a military coup. As much as I don't like Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, they were Democratically elected and I think it is important to fight to protect the Democratic process and allow Democracy to work out the problems, not to allow street protestors including extremists who use violence to change the government.

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