that Morsi could possibly have believed that his ramming-through of the constitutional process would stick.*
His other efforts were bad enough; but this last bit simply vaporizes any remaining shred of legitimacy he might otherwise have claimed.
*In fact, it almost makes me wonder if he'd received some kind of assurance that we'd look the other way?
"It was too late to prevent the great Fall, but it was still possible, at least, to cut short the intermediate period of chaos." --Isaac Asimov, Second Foundation, P. 87 (ed. Bantam June, 2004; first published 1953)