So, now you change your argument.<quoted text>no, they should be ousted when they attempt to make a theocratic dictatorship, like Morsi was attempting to do, and the people of Egypt saw that.
Your position is now that a democratically elected President should be ousted when he attempts to make a dictatorship. Now, a dictator is one who rules by fiat, ignoring the will of the people's wishes. Do you agree?
Now, what would you call a President that ignores Congress, the people's representatives, and publicly castigates the Supreme Court? Suppose that President refused to enforce the laws enacted by Congress. Suppose that President bombed another country without provocation and without even seeking the opinion of Congress, let alone getting its approval. Suppose further, that President, used the various agencies at his disposal to harass his political adversaries during an election and to spy on the citizenry. And, finally, suppose that President used his powers to hunt and kill citizens of his own country without a trial.
Would you agree that such a President should be ousted?