And that's basically my question/comment. We all (individual liberty loving Americans) want that love of individual liberty where all men (meaning men and women) to be free individuals that are treated as individuals with equal rights to their life, liberty, and property. This rejection of Morsi. Is that a step in the right direction? Of course, it is not the American Revolution or anything on that par, but is there reason for small dose of extremely cautious optimism or should will reject it out of hand since they aren't addressing slavery?
I get the point of ripping on the idiot American liberals that defend Clinton getting serviced by the intern and sexually harassing trailer trash and other lesser women and the whole insanity of claiming that if you don't support the killing unborn baby boys and girls and someone else paying for your birth control it is an attack on females and all the insanity of the left including their silence on the barbaric behavior of their beloved Muslim victims of colonialism and zionism. It is entertaining to point out their hypocrisy, ignorance, and all their comical failures while they continue to think they are intellectually superior and those that disagree are just h8ers or whatever craziness they spew. However, is this a small step in the right direction? It seems at least interesting.
I work with a lot of Egyptians, so I pay a little more attention because of the small personal connection. The one guy moved back to Egypt about 6 months or so ago to take care of his mother. At the going away party, he stood up to thank everybody and then said that we are all welcome to come and visit any time and that he could assure that at least half of us would make it back safely
A politician thinks of the next election; a statesman of the next generation. A politician looks for the success of his party; a statesman for that of the country. The statesman wished to steer, while the politician was satisfied to drift.