Outrage Over Morsi But Not Over Our Dictatorby Jacob G. Hornberger
Nov. 28, 2012
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It is so amusing to see mainstream commentators condemning Egypt's president, Mohamed Morsi, for assuming dictatorial powers. Their critiques are well-taken, as I observed in my blog post of yesterday, "Morsi's Democratic Dictatorship." But what's amusing about the mainstreamers is how they can so quickly identify and condemn dictatorial conduct on the part of foreign rulers but maintain an absolutely obsequious blind spot when it comes to the dictatorial actions by their own ruler.