• Should a Muslim Brother become president, the risk is that the Islamists will then ride roughshod over the rest.

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  • But the notion that, in power, the former would-be coup leader could simply ride roughshod over economic reality is surely false.

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  • While the government damns the judiciary as aloof from society, investors have the opposite complaint: that judges ride roughshod over contracts to produce socially benign results.

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  • They might, for example, undermine the role of the IMF and World Bank, abandon attempts to expand free trade or even just ride roughshod over aid conditions in poor countries.

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  • But this decision is a sign that some judges are beginning to recognize they cannot forever ride roughshod over public opinion -- which in a democracy, after all, is supposed to be the core of legitimacy.

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  • Neither, however, is entitled to ride roughshod over deliberative legislative processes in a way that threatens to make highly consequential and long-duration alterations in what is, at the moment, one of the government's most indispensable functions: identifying and countering the threat posed by Islamofascist terrorists.

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