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    Re: Iranian Currency Collapses - Sanctions + corruption

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    What, as an executive, has Mohammed Morsi done that has so offended you and tarred him as an extremist? Thus far aside from some red meat about the 1993 WTC terror prisoners, he hasn't done much of anything that should excite so much animosity. He has actually governed about as best as we could hope.
    When it comes to administrative duties, I find 2 things of top importance.

    A democratic process for electing the leaders of the country (as many leaders as possible) and the correct law-biding process of the judiciary branch.

    Egypt, like Eastern European countries, hasn't had much meeting with democracy. When push comes to shove, the people much rather pick the devil they know rather than the devil that offers many promises. This is why they elected this muslim brotherhood fella. It will take decades for the undemocratic, corrupt, dictatorial nature of the governing body to be removed. And now Morsi is at the helm. I hope I am wrong, but I don't think it likely.

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    Re: Iranian Currency Collapses - Sanctions + corruption

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman05 View Post
    When it comes to administrative duties, I find 2 things of top importance.

    A democratic process for electing the leaders of the country (as many leaders as possible) and the correct law-biding process of the judiciary branch.

    Egypt, like Eastern European countries, hasn't had much meeting with democracy. When push comes to shove, the people much rather pick the devil they know rather than the devil that offers many promises. This is why they elected this muslim brotherhood fella. It will take decades for the undemocratic, corrupt, dictatorial nature of the governing body to be removed. And now Morsi is at the helm. I hope I am wrong, but I don't think it likely.
    Mohammed Morsi took office on June 30th, it is now October 6th. It has barely been 4 months, and he has made great efforts and strides to try and reduce the role of the military, create a constitutional convention, and seat the duly elected Parliament. Thus far he has done nothing to make anyone believe he has an Islamist radical in disguise.

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    Re: Iranian Currency Collapses - Sanctions + corruption

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    Mohammed Morsi took office on June 30th, it is now October 6th. It has barely been 4 months, and he has made great efforts and strides to try and reduce the role of the military, create a constitutional convention, and seat the duly elected Parliament. Thus far he has done nothing to make anyone believe he has an Islamist radical in disguise.
    As I said, I am hoping he proves me wrong.

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    Re: Iranian Currency Collapses - Sanctions + corruption

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman05 View Post
    As I said, I am hoping he proves me wrong.
    But what I'm saying is why castigate him in the first place if he hasn't done anything as yet to warrant it?

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    Re: Iranian Currency Collapses - Sanctions + corruption

    Quote Originally Posted by Sherman123 View Post
    But what I'm saying is why castigate him in the first place if he hasn't done anything as yet to warrant it?
    Because of his background, his political platform and his political statements as well as the induced rage from the muslim community on christians.

    That is all I am going on. And it is enough.

    He started with the left foot in his mouth, he better end it on the right one.

    Then again, I don't matter to him since I cannot vote for him.

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