In response to:

Egypt's 'Moderate' Despot

Rick 2811 Wrote: Nov 28, 2012 10:02 AM
Excellent and truthful comparison of Hitler and Morsi, of Nazi and Muslim Brotherhood {sounds like a euphemistic liberal term...it has such a nice ring to it}, because both are fascists who won control using democratic rules soon discarded. Hopefully tho' more eyes and less guns are with Morsi than Hitler and his Nazi party. Perhaps, as important, the youngsters now protesting and raising concern in Egypt don't have, won't have, a Neville Chamberlain to hear !
What do you call a leader of a theocratic and cultish movement with a deep and clear disdain for democracy who suddenly assumes dictatorial powers?

A "moderate," of course.

Ever since the Muslim Brotherhood broke its promise to stay out of Egypt's presidential election in the aftermath of the revolution, many Western observers have been in denial about what has been going on. In less than half a year, Mohamed Morsi has deftly built the foundation for despotism.

Much as the Nazis brilliantly cast themselves as reformers sweeping away the corruption of the Weimar Republic,...