I haven't had much to say about the Latest Egypt Thing because it seemed pretty obvious to me what was going on: Morsi had been quite the displeasure to the Neo-Liberal factors who drive these things.
The People of Egypt elected the Muslim Brotherhood party and Morsi in their first free and fair election how many thousands of years of history? The uppity Morsi and crew got above themselves and thought that winning an election and following a constitution meant they had the right to, erm, govern. How drole.
From what I've seen -- which isn't a lot -- of the current unpleasantness in Cairo and elsewhere in the Two Lands, it's plain that there is a very strong class animus at work among the contending forces. The Brotherhood supporters are clearly of the Lower Orders whereas the Anti-Morsis are of the bourgeois and Upper Classes, meaning that many of them are die-hards and left-overs from the Mubarak reign. Oh.
Then of course, there's the El Baradei faction, the technocrats who will actually be ruling on behalf of international interests.
Whether and how long it will work, denying democratic interests, is anybody's guess. We might look to Honduras for a recent example of the theme.