And so it goes - the "revolutionary" proves he's no more the revolutionary than they guy he replaced. In a move that no one didn't expect - President Morsi of Egypt has named himself a plenipotentiary potentate. But he didn't take all the powers he could have. Oh no - he left one or two for the people of Egypt. Meaningless powers, but still, they should be grateful he did even that small favor! After all, a man can have too much power.
I wonder who his teacher was? Hugo Chavez? Bashar al-Assad?
The opposition in Egypt was right to fear the Muslim Brotherhood - they were never interested in democracy, only the power they could achieve through blatant, dishonest and disloyal manipulation of it.
Hopefully, with his new powers, he can wave goodbye to the $2B a year in foreign aid his army gets from America.
Meet the new boss. He's the same as the old one.