Well, If it Worked in Egypt...

There is a real uproar in Congress at the present time over whether we should continue providing foreign aid to Egypt following the recent changes in their government. Senators and representatives on both sides of the aisle are frothing at the mouth over the actions of the Egyptian military to essentially void the result of the election a year ago that brought Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood into power following the ouster of Hosni Mubarak. Since I don't get to vote on the matter (or even more importantly, if you're a politician, be held accountable for that vote), I feel entitled to look at it without fear that I might be less than objective. While I hear people like John McCain whining "It's a coup! It's a coup!" I don't hear anyone asking what justification the Egyptian military felt it had to replace Morsi. It's almost as if our elected politicians think that there is something sacred about the idea of elections. If it wasn't so dangerous to America's security, such...(Read Full Article)