Hmmm, probably not a good idea to promote Muslim Brotherhood or Ikhwan as being a part of the new government as Obama did.<quoted text>
Supposedly Obama said that, don't see how that's supporting them.
I'm not responsible for reconciling what McCain says with what Obama wants. As far as I know McCain has called for an end to financial aid to the Egyptian military, you're welcome to post something that says otherwise.
When a President is removed from office by the military in violation of the Constitution that constitutes a coup.
"After a failed attempt to assassinate President Gamal Abdul Nasser in 1954, the Ikhwan were blamed, banned, and thousands of members imprisoned and tortured. The group continued, however, to grow underground.
This clash with the authorities prompted an important shift in the ideology of the Ikhwan, evident in the writing of one prominent member, Sayyid Qutb.
Qutb's work advocated the use of jihad (struggle) against jahili (ignorant) societies, both Western and so-called Islamic ones, which he argued were in need of radical transformation.
His writings - particularly the 1964 work Milestones - inspired the founders of many radical Islamist groups, including Islamic Jihad and al-Qaed"
The constitution in Egypt changes with each new admin. The Muslim Brotherhood quickly changed it into becoming a theocracy much like Iran. Why do you think the US should be in anyway obliged to another countries constitution?